Lincoln University Courses
Lincoln University Courses
Programme start dates and tuition fees for 2016– Lincoln University (updated March 2016)
- February intake (Semester One 2016) – 22 February to 16 June 2016, exam results declared on 29 June 2016
- July intake (Semester Two 2016) – 4 July to 27 October 2016, exam results declared on 9 November 2016
- November intake (Summer School) – 7 November 2016 to 14 February 2017
International students have programme-based fees.In other words, there is a set tuition fee for the qualification that you are enrolled in and this is the fee that you will pay, per year, for the minimum time to complete the qualification.
Lincoln University Courses
|Programmes||NZQA level||Feb||Jul||Nov||Practical work||Field trip||Tuition fees in NZ$ (per year)|
|University Studies Programme (Pre-degree)|
|Certificate in University Studies (1 semester)||4||√||√||√||√||$8800 (for 1 semester)|
|Diploma in University Studies (3 semesters)||5||√||√||√||√||$34,400 (3 semesters)|
|Diploma in University Studies (2 semesters)||5||√||√||√||√||$25,000 (2 semesters)|
|Diploma in Agriculture||5||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Diploma in Farm Management||6||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Diploma in Horticulture||5||√||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Diploma in Horticultural Management||6||√||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Agribusiness and Food Marketing||7||√||√||√||√||$26,000|
|Environmental Management and Planning||7||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Environmental Policy and Planning||7||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Environment and Society
|Land and Property Management *||7||√||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Sports and Recreation Management||7||√||√||√||$25,000|
|Viticulture and Oenology||7||√||√||√||√||$27,000|
|*4 years study|
|Graduate Diploma – 1 year||NZQA level||Feb||July||Nov||Field trips||Tuition fees in NZ$ (per year)|
|Business and Sustainability||7||√||√||$25,000|
|Viticulture and Oenology||7||√||√||$27,000|
|Postgraduate Diploma – 1 year||NZQA level||Feb||July||Nov||Field trips||Tuition fees in NZ$ (per year)|
|International Rural Development||8||√||√||$27,000|
|Land and Society||8||√||√||$27,000|
|Parks, Recreation and Tourism||8||√||√||$27,000|
|Water Resource Management||8||√||√||$31,000|
|Research Master’s (240 credits) – 2 years||NZQA level||Feb||July||Nov||Field trips||Tuition fees in NZ$|
|Commerce and Management||9||√||√||$27,000|
|International Nature Conservation||9||√||√||$31,000|
|Natural Recourse Management and Ecological Engineering||9||√||√||$31,000|
|Water Resource Management||9||√||√||$31,000|
|Taught Master’s (180 credits) – 3 semesters, 12 to 18 months||NZQA level||Feb||July||Nov||Field trips||Tuition fees in NZ$ (per year)|
|Business in Accounting and Finance||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Business in Global Management and Marketing||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Environmental Policy and Management||9||√||$40,000|
|International Rural Development
|Management in Agribusiness||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Management in Agricultural Systems||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Master of Science in Food Innovation||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Sports and Recreation Management||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Disasters, Risk and Resilience||9||√||√||$40,000|
|Others fees for International students|
|PhD||10||monthly||3 years||$6,900 per year (domestic fee)|
|Student Service levy fee||$589 per year|
|Medical Insurance (Compulsory)||$580 per year|
Sport and Recreation
If students are interested in studying Sport and Recreation then consider the following options on offer at Lincoln University, please look at the list of available programmes below:
Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management (3 year programme)
Lincoln has established a track record for meeting the demands of many professional, industrial and employer agencies working in sport and recreation management. The Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management degree, developed with the assistance of employer representatives, recognises the need for graduates to possess applied skills in sport and recreation management, together with skills in critical thinking and demonstrated academic competency.
Graduate Diploma in Recreation Management (1 year programme)
Lincoln University’s programmes in recreation management have an established track record of meeting the demands of many professional, industrial and employer agencies. The Graduate Diploma in Recreation Management recognises the need for recreation management graduates to possess applied skills in recreation management together with skills in critical thinking and demonstrated academic competency. It prepares students for entry into a wide range of careers in the public, commercial and voluntary sectors relating to parks, outdoor leadership, tourism, sport management and community recreation.
Postgraduate Diploma in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (1 year programme)
The Postgraduate Diploma in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management provides additional, more specialised training for graduates with degrees related to parks, recreation and tourism, such as human geography or hospitality management.
Master of Parks, Recreation and Sport Management (2 year programme)
Exciting opportunities are available for those entering the fields of leisure and recreation management provided they are appropriately qualified and of mature judgement. Lincoln University’s courses in recreation management have an established track record of meeting the demands of many professional, industrial and employer agencies. The Master of Parks, Recreation and Sport Management provides students with applied skills in recreation management together with skills in critical thinking that will open the door to a wide range of careers in the industry. Sport management, the management of national, regional and local parks and reserves, outdoor leadership and community recreation provide creative settings in which able and go-ahead graduates can hope to find employment.
Sports Scholarship offered for Sports & Recreation programs which will cover the cost of the first year of full-time study and also will provide some cover to the applicants living costs (capped at $15,000 for a 1 year programme.
CLICK HERE for more programs offered in Sports & Recreation in New Zealand.
1 year Taught Masters Programmes
Master of Business in Accounting and Finance
Master of Business in Global Management and Marketing
Master of International Rural Development
Master of Science in Food Innovation
Master of Tourism Management
Lincoln University is offering an introductory partial scholarship to the value of $NZ 10,000 for applicants with a B+ average from a recognized bachelor degree.
All programmes will start in November 2014 with the Masters of Science in Food Innovation also starting in February 2015.
The English language requirement is 6.5 with no individual score less than 6.0. The International Student Fee set for these programmes is $NZ 45,000 but with scholarship this becomes $NZ 35,000. Applicants are automatically assessed for scholarship on application.