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Lincoln University - New Zealand

ABOUT UNIVERSITY

New Zealand Specialist's Land-Based University

Founded in 1878 as a School of Agriculture, we're the country's third oldest university. The institution was initially linked to Canterbury College, welcoming its first intake of students in 1880. In 1896, with agriculture now well established as the mainstay of New Zealand’s exports, the School of Agriculture separated from Canterbury College and became Canterbury Agricultural College, with its own governing body and the ability to award degrees through the University of New Zealand. In 1961, the University was officially renamed Lincoln College, becoming a constituent college of the University of Canterbury. In 1990, Lincoln University formally separated from the University of Canterbury and became the self-governing national university that it is today. On 1 January 2011, Telford Rural Polytechnic was incorporated into the University as what is now called Lincoln-Telford Division. For more information about Lincoln's history, visit our Living Heritage - Tikaka Toku Iho website, which contains an online history of the people, events, and community since the founding of the institution.

Quick Facts

Here's a handful of interesting facts that you may or may not have known about us.

Our students come from a wide range of backgrounds, making for a diverse campus with many different perspectives on how to best manage our ecosystems.

Our staff are always available to talk to students. They pride themselves on their open door policy, and this extra support enhances learning.

Our international reputation is strong. We are recognised by institutions around the world as an outstanding small university that delivers results.
(2017/2018 QS World University Rankings)

We offer students the skills they need to achieve their study goals. The vast majority of our bachelor-level students successfully complete their courses.
(MOE Education Performance Indicators, 2016)

Our applied programmes prepare students for successful careers. Our alumni have a 15% higher employment rate than graduates from other New Zealand universities.
(MOE Destination Data, 2013)

We help students to graduate with degrees that provide a variety of employment opportunities. This is reflected in the high number of graduates who leave Lincoln each year.
(MOE Education Performance Indicators, 2016)

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QS World University Rankings

TOP 400    (2016/17)

Graduates are employed/ in further study (2016)

93%

Lincoln has Hight International Students Ratio in NZ

30%
1:12
Teachers:Students
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Highest Employment
11%
Hignest Postgraduates in NZ
3rd
Oldest University in New Zealand
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