Kia Orana, Talofa Lava, Kia Ora, Malo e lelei, Nisa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Taloha ni, Fakatalofa atu, Halo oloketa.
Lincoln University has a longstanding association with the Pacific region and its communities and aims to contribute to the educational and economic aspirations of Pacific people both within New Zealand and in the wider Pacific region.
A range of support services, both academic and pastoral, are located on campus.
WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Pasifika www.lincoln.ac.nz/Lincoln-Home/Future-Students/ Pasifika-Students/
Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki
A place to grow.
Main campus: Lincoln
At Lincoln University, helping our students grow is what we are all about. And we encourage them to do it their way, with diverse learning that fits their ambitions in an environment that allows them to flourish. We have a 143-year history of land-based teaching and that’s where our future lies.
Our areas of specialisation reflect this: Agriculture, Horticulture and Viticulture, Business, Science, Environment, Landscape architecture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation, Property and Valuation, and Food, Wine & Beer.
We offer a degree that works, collaboration with industry, and the benefits of being small—a more personal learning environment.
Nau mai ki te Whare Wānaka o Aotearoa Māori students at Lincoln will gain an excellent qualifi cation in a fun, friendly and supportive environment.
There are a range of support services for Māori students including Academic and Learning support.
Te Awhioraki is an organisation that represents all Māori students on-campus.
WEBSITE KEY WORD SEARCH: Māori Students
2019 data. Source: Education Counts, Tertiary Statistics/Participation (updated May 2020).
*Domestic students only.