Overview

Lincoln University is a New Zealand Government-owned tertiary education institution, engaged in the provision of tertiary education and research and vocational study programs. The university employs approximately 660 full-time equivalent staff, has approximately 2,990 undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled, and is administered from its campus in Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Lincoln University provides undergraduate and graduate studies through the following faculties and divisions:

Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce

  • Agribusiness and Markets
  • Financial and Business Systems
  • Global Value Chains and Trade
  • Land Management and Systems

Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences

  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Pest-management and Conservation
  • Soil and Physical Sciences
  • Wine, Food and Molecular Biosciences

Faculty of Environment, Society and Design

  • Department of Environmental Management
  • Department of Tourism, Sport and Society
  • School of Landscape Architecture

University Studies and English Language Division

 

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