Lincoln University, New Zealand: Statistics
|#1500 of 14,131||In the World|
|#46 of 59||In Oceania|
|#8 of 8||In New Zealand|
|#2 of 2||In Christchurch|
|#166 of 1,459||For Agricultural Science|
|Top50%||For 19 other topics|
- Acceptance rate
- Highest Degree
Acceptance rate & Admissions
|Admissions Requirements||Acceptable grades in the National Certificate of Education Achievement Level 3 or equivalent|
|Academic Calendar||February to November (February - May; May-August; September-November). Summer schools November to February|
We've calculated the 60% acceptance rate for Lincoln University, New Zealand based on the ratio of admissions to applications and other circumstantial enrollment data. Treat this information as a rough guide and not as a definitive measure of your chances of admission. Different programs may have significantly varying admissions rates.
Lincoln University, New Zealand has published 3,477 scientific papers with 96,153 citations received. The research profile covers a range of fields, including Biology, Environmental Science, Business, Agricultural Science, Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Ecology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Management, and Geography and Cartography.
Lincoln University, New Zealand majors
by publication & citation count
Annual publication & citation counts
Programs and Degrees
The table below displays academic fields with programs and courses that lead to Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate degrees offered by Lincoln University, New Zealand.
Note that the table provides a general overview and might not cover all the specific majors available at the university. Always visit the university's website for the most up-to-date information on the programs offered.
|Art & Design||No||No||No|
|Liberal Arts & Social Sciences||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Bachelor's Degree||Agricultural Business, Agriculture, Business and Commerce, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Environmental Management, Environmental Studies, Food Science, Food Science, Horticulture, Hotel Management, Landscape Architecture, Management, Management, Mathematics, Oenology, Real Estate, Transport Management, Viticulture|
|Higher Doctorate||Business and Commerce, Natural Resources|
Lincoln University, New Zealand alumni
- Born in
- 1909-1972 (aged 63)
- Enrolled in Lincoln University, New Zealand
- Graduated with Bachelor of Arts in theology
Francis Kwame Nkrumah was a Ghanaian politician, political theorist, and revolutionary. He was the first Prime Minister and President of Ghana, having led the Gold Coast to independence from Britain in 1957. An influential advocate of Pan-Africanism, Nkrumah was a founding member of the Organization of African Unity and winner of the Lenin Peace Prize from the Soviet Union in 1962.
- Born in
- New Zealand
- 1980-.. (age 43)
- rugby union player
Richard Hugh McCaw is a retired New Zealand professional rugby union player. He captained the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks, in 110 out of his 148 test matches, and won two Rugby World Cups. He has won the World Rugby player of the year award a joint record three times and was the most capped test rugby player of all time from August 2015 to October 2020. McCaw was awarded World Rugby player of the decade (2011–2020) in 2021. McCaw is also a winner of the New Zealand sportsman of the decade award.
- Born in
- New Zealand
- 1908-1994 (aged 86)
Charles Hazlitt Upham, was a New Zealand soldier who was awarded the Victoria Cross (VC) twice during the Second World War - for gallantry in Crete in May 1941, and in Egypt, in July 1942. He was the most recent of only three people to receive the VC twice, the only one to receive two VCs during the Second World War and the only combat soldier to receive the award twice. As a result, Upham is often described as the most highly decorated Commonwealth soldier of that war, as the VC is the Commonwealth's highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy.
- Born in
- New Zealand
- 1959-.. (age 64)
- winegrowersport cyclistbiochemistmountaineerscientist
Mark Joseph Inglis is a New Zealand mountaineer, researcher, winemaker and motivational speaker. He holds a degree in Human Biochemistry from Lincoln University, New Zealand, and has conducted research on leukaemia. He is also an accomplished cyclist and, as a double leg amputee, won a silver medal in the 1 km time trial event at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney. He is the first double amputee to reach the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.
Lincoln University, New Zealand faculties and divisions
|Faculty : Agriculture and Life Sciences||Agriculture, Cell Biology, Food Science, Oenology, Physics, Soil Science|
|Faculty : Commerce||Accountancy, Agricultural Business, Business Administration, Business and Commerce, Economics, Finance, Marketing|
|Faculty : Environment, Society and Design||Arts and Humanities, Communication Studies, Environmental Management, Indigenous Studies, Landscape Architecture, Leisure Studies, Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, Social Sciences, Tourism, Transport Management|
|Research Division : Advanced Computational Solutions||Computer Science|
|Research Division : Agribusiness and Economics||Agricultural Business, Business Administration, Economics|
|Research Division : Nature Conservation||Environmental Studies|
|Research Division : Soil and Physical Sciences||Environmental Studies, Soil Science|
|Research Division : Viticulture and Oenology||Oenology, Viticulture|
|Motto||Scientia et Industria cum Probitate|
Location and contacts
|Address|| P.O. Box 94 Lincoln University |