Lincoln University offers a variety of scholarships for international students, based on academic achievements, personal qualities, financial needs, country of residence, and chosen program of study. Scholarships include:
- Pathway Merit Scholarship: NZ$2,500 for students enrolling in Certificate or Diploma programs
- Undergraduate Scholarship: NZ$3,000 for undergraduate students
- Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship: NZ$5,000 for students studying for a Bachelor’s degree
- School Leavers Scholarship: NZ$10,000 for undergraduate bachelor programs.
To be eligible for these scholarships, students must meet academic and English language requirements.
- Lincoln University in New Zealand offers an extensive range of courses across diverse fields. These include Agriculture, Horticulture, and Viticulture, Business, English Language, Environment, Food, Wine, and Beverage, Landscape Architecture, Property and Valuation, Sciences, Sports and Recreation, and Tourism.
- Consequently, students have the flexibility to choose a course that aligns with their interests and career goals.
- Moreover, these courses are designed to provide practical and relevant education that equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen industry.
- Each of these fields of study provides a unique set of opportunities for students to develop their skills and knowledge, and to prepare themselves for a successful career.
• Be an international student who has not previously studied in an academic program at Lincoln University.
• Not be in receipt of any other scholarship
• Meet all necessary immigration requirements to study in New Zealand
• Meet all academic and English language requirements for admission.
How to Apply
- The application process for Lincoln University in New Zealand consists of two stages. First, you need to submit a study application, and after acceptance, you must complete enrolment.
- If you wish to be admitted to Lincoln University, the first step is to apply by providing your personal and academic information.
- To enroll at Lincoln University, you need to meet additional requirements after your study application is accepted. These include providing more information, paying fees, and meeting residency and insurance requirements.
31 January for commencement in Semester 1, 30 June for commencement in Semester 2, 31 October for commencement in Summer School.