Lincoln University is a university located in Lincoln, a town located in the Canterbury region of New Zealand’s South Island. The university is known for its agricultural and land-based programs, but also offers a range of other programs including commerce, law, and sports and recreation.
The university was founded in 1878 as a School of Agriculture, and became a university in 1990. It is New Zealand’s third-oldest university. Lincoln University has a relatively small student body of around 3,000 students, with a mix of domestic and international students.
The university is organized into four faculties: the Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, the Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, and the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Studies. The university’s programs are delivered through these faculties, and the university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and research programs.
In terms of rankings, Lincoln University is ranked within the top 50 universities in the world for agriculture and forestry according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject. It is also ranked highly in New Zealand for its environmental science programs. The university has a strong reputation for its research, particularly in the areas of agriculture, land use, and natural resources.
2 reviews on “Lincoln University”
Lincoln University has established a national and international reputation, both for the quality of its applied teaching and the contribution of its research.. Hats off to all the staff members and faculties for working here with true dedication.
New Zealand’s most respected and famous University. Located right in the city on a beautiful campus.
Old with a lot of charm.