Lincoln University is offering the International Taught Master Merit Scholarships to worldwide understudies applying for Masters certificate studies, based on scholastic capacity or accomplishment. Different factors, for example, individual characteristics, money related need, where you live and the course of study that you pick, might be taken into consideration.
Established in 1878, it was initially linked to Canterbury College and welcomed our first intake of students way back in 1880. In 1961, it was officially renamed Lincoln College, becoming a constituent college of the University of Canterbury. In 1990, college was formally separated from the University of Canterbury and became the self-governing national university that we are today.
With a mission to facilitate excellent research and education to grow the knowledge of the students, and help shape a world that benefits from a greater understanding of the relationships between land, food and ecosystems.
Masters or Post Graduate.
Field of Study:
Masters in Business – Global Management and Marketing, Finance, Professional Accounting, Sports and Recreation Management, Internation Rural Development, Pest Management, Precision Agriculture, Food Innovation, Environment Management & Policy, Management in Agribusiness, Management in Agricultural System, Wine and Viticulture (February only), Disaster Risk and Resilience.
NZ$10,000, to be applied to the towards the overall cost of your study, in the following Masters degree programmes:
• Business – Global Management and Marketing
• Business – Finance
• Professional Accounting (CPA)
• Sports and Recreation Management
• Tourism Management
• International Rural Development.
NZ$7000, to be applied to the towards the overall cost of your study, in the following Masters degree programmes:
• Applied Computing (November intake only)
• Pest Management
• Precision Agriculture
• Science in Food Innovation
• Environment Management & Policy
• Management in Agribusiness
• Management in Agricultural System
• Wine and Viticulture (February only)
• Disaster Risk and Resilience.
Scholarship applicants must have at least a GPA of a B+ average in the last year of their bachelor’s degree.
Applying Procedure Instructions:
The application deadline for studies commencing the Spring semester 2021 is 1 November 2020, whilst that for the Fall semester 2021, is 1 April 2021. The university’s rolling admissions process, however, allows it to evaluate applications as they are received. Applications for financial aid and room assignments are made on a first come, first-served basis. Please contact the university to double check if there is an application deadline for the International Taught Master Merit Scholarships.
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.