Based just south of Christchurch, New Zealand, Lincoln University has been educating students for 144 years and is rated the 17th best small university in the world.
The university helps its international students to feel welcome by involving them in a range of activities, including a detailed orientation programme, faculty welcome sessions, financial support sessions and campus tours. Students can rest assured that they will receive all the tools they need to make Lincoln their second home.
Counselling services, pastoral support, international student advisors and a banking and budgeting team are available to help promote a smooth transition to life at Lincoln.
There is plenty to do around campus and living in New Zealand provides an abundance of exciting activities. From thrill-seeking sports such as bungee jumping and white-water rafting, to more relaxed activities like whale watching and hiking across stunning landscapes, there really is something for everyone.
Lincoln University has a diverse international student population and campus, with students coming from more than 80 different countries. The institution has a 5-star rating for internationalisation and inclusiveness in the QS Stars Rating System.
Lincoln is committed to providing students with a world-class learning experience, as evidenced by the university's 5-star rating for teaching and facilities in the QS Stars Rating System. Lincoln also received 5 stars for employability, due to the fact that graduates have a 6 percent higher employment rate than students from other New Zealand universities.
Students can access employment opportunities through CareerHub. Most programmes include practical work experience, and the university organises events to allow students to make contact with reputable employers. Lincoln is ranked Number 1 in New Zealand for Employment Outcome in QS World University Ranking 2023.