Lincoln University


Lincoln University was established in 1878 and held the title of the oldest Agricultural institute in New Zealand. The University of those institutes offers a lower student-to-professors ratio. It allows them to take personal care of students on a different level. As for the area occupied by the University, it is the smallest public University in New Zealand. The campus is on 120 acres and is located about 9 miles outside the Christchurch city, in Lincoln.

The University has a student body of only 6000 and 633 full-time staff, including Academic, Research and Technical, Administration and Support and Farms and Operational.

Since the late 1960s, University has had an Entomology Research Collection, today the third-largest entomology collection in the country. It has around 500,000 specimens and about 60 types. This University is a member of the Euroleague of Life Sciences.


This institute offers higher education to about 6,000 students. These students are both New Zealand nationals and International. Furthermore, you will have a 15% more chance of getting employed after graduation if you are a student at Lincoln University.

LUSA (Lincoln University Students Association) has been a representative body of the students since 1919. It is central to organizing, funding, supporting and funding the clubs and societies on campus. These clubs and societies include but are not limited to; Tramping and Climbing Club, Lincoln Soils Society, Snowboarding Department (LSD), Alpine Club, Food Appreciation Club, Boxing Club and Young Farmers Club.

Here, typically scholarships are based on academic abilities and achievements. Students get scholarships based on financial need, personal qualities, chosen study program and country of residence.

Lincoln's super-friendly community is why this city is a great city to study for both national and international students. It is a proud student town, and local businesses in the city go out of their way to make students feel welcome. Only 30 minutes drive is New Zealand’s Garden City of Christchurch. This city is among the world’s leading sustainable cities. A vibrant life and bustling centre provides an ideal environment for students to call home.


It offers on-campus residence to only 600 students. The Lincoln University residence may be in Halls, Flats or Campus houses with two to four bedrooms. You get to live among like-minded people and focus on your priorities by being there.

A student unable to secure on-campus housing goes for off-campus living spaces. Many international students prefer the Homestay option because it allows them to stay with a local family and improve their language.


  • By QS World Ranking, Lincoln University ranks 368.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Lincoln University ranks 501-600.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank Lincoln University between 131-171 in Regional Universities North.


Lincoln University
85084 Ellesmere Junction Road, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand

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