Application is now open for Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About Lincoln University and Scholarship
When Lincoln College, Canterbury was granted independence from the University of Canterbury in 1990, Lincoln University (Mori: Te Whare Wnaka o Aoraki) was established as a New Zealand institution of higher learning. The oldest agricultural training facility in the Southern Hemisphere, it was established in 1878. It is still one of the eight public universities and the smallest (by enrollment) institution in New Zealand. In Lincoln, Canterbury, 15 km (9 km) outside of Christchurch, the campus is set on 50 hectares (120 acres) of land.
In 2018, Lincoln University had 633 full-time equivalent staff members and 2695 equivalent full-time students (188 academic, 135 administrative and support, 65 technical, and 273 farm and operational). The quality of Lincoln University’s research was placed sixth in the inaugural Performance Based Research Fund rating exercise conducted by the New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission in 2003, which is comparable to the Research Assessment Exercise conducted in the United Kingdom. Additionally, it saw the most percentage growth in financing for research.
According to the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, Lincoln is ranked 319 for the 2017–18 academic year. Lincoln has a QS Five Star rating as well. Agriculture and forestry (39th), as well as hospitality and leisure management (48th), are two professions where Lincoln is ranked among the top 50. The 2017 Times Higher Education (THE) international university rankings place Lincoln between 401 and 500th overall.
Since the late 1960s, Lincoln University has maintained an entomology research collection, which is currently the third-largest entomology collection in New Zealand, with over 500,000 specimens and about 60 kinds.
The International Undergraduate Scholarship at Lincoln University was founded in 2020 to aid internationally qualified students who have not yet attended Lincoln University.
Details about Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: Lincoln University, New Zealand
Scholarship Value: NZ$3,000
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Undergraduate
Host Institution(s): Lincoln University, New Zealand
Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship – Eligibility Criteria
A candidate must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship:
- be a first-time Lincoln University international undergraduate student who is enrolled or intends to enroll in an undergraduate program to be eligible.
- being exempt from receiving any other scholarships, and
- To study in New Zealand, you must fulfill all immigration requirements as well as all academic and English language requirements.
Interview Date, and Process for Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship
Based on academic achievement, the scholarship will be given.
The scholarship will be given by the Vice-Chancellor at the proposal of a selection committee made up of the International Director or a nominee, the International Manager or a nominee, and the Convenor of the Academic Administration Committee.
- The scholarship must be used during the undergraduate program’s first semester.
- The scholarship cannot be combined with any other prize, bursary, or scholarship.
- The chosen winner may be obliged to take part in or contribute to any international and promotional activities on campus as determined by Lincoln University throughout their study.
- The IUGS scholarship may be carried over (once only) to the next semester intake should the scholar decide to postpone their intended commencing semester.
Application Process for Lincoln University International Undergraduate Scholarship
An application form can be obtained here and must be submitted to:
Hudson Building Room 010
PO Box 94,
Lincoln 7647 Canterbury,
Or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Applications must be submitted before the semester’s start date, or the first day of the semester.
The Submission Deadline is: October 31, 2023
Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other New Zealand scholarships here.