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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Study Abroad Areas of Study: Accounting, Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Science, Animal and Veterinary Science- Dairy, Animal and Veterinary Science- Pre Vet, Animal and Veterinary Science- Production, Animal and Veterinary Sciences- Business, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Ecology, Ecology and Conservation Biology, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Science, Finance, Fire Ecology and Management, Forest Resources, Forestry, Landscape Architecture, Marketing, Natural Resource Conservation, Natural Resources, Philosophy, Plant Science, Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences, Psychology, Rangeland Ecology and Management, Recreation, Renewable Materials, Soil and Land Resources, Sustainable Cropping Systems, Tourism, Wildlife Resources
Language of Instruction: English City Size: 100,000 to 500,000
Click here for a definition of this term Level of Support: Low Housing Options: Dormitory
Class Eligibility: 02-Sophomore, 03-Junior, 04-Senior Language Courses Offered: No
Credit Type: Transfer Credit Minimum GPA: 2.75
Click here for a definition of this term Language Prerequisite: No language prerequisite Available to Non-UI Students: Yes
Program Description:
Mountains, New Zealand-KocherspergerChristchurch CathedralIvey Hall at Lincoln


About Lincoln University
Lincoln University was established in 1878 as an agricultural school. At that time, it was the only such institution in the Southern Hemisphere. Since then it has expanded to become a dynamic university specializing in programs in commerce and business management, production, natural resources, science, engineering, and social science. Approximately 3,700 students attend Lincoln and it has the highest proportion of international students of any New Zealand university. Lincoln has a well equipped Recreation Center, and offers a host of sporting and fitness programs including swimming, kung fu, tai chi, skiing, horse trekking, yoga, rugby, and squash.

Its 58 hectare campus is located a half hour from Christchurch, the largest city on the southern island. The southern island is a nature lover’s paradise and has some of New Zealand’s most stunning natural beauty.

With twelve major festivals throughout the year, Christchurch is considered one of New Zealand’s premier festival cities. It also has many parks and gardens and is often called the Garden City. Christchurch has a lot of exciting entertainment and restaurant venues, and offers a variety of sporting and recreational opportunities, including drifting down the Avon River or plunging toward earth on the end of a bungee cord.

About New Zealand
New Zealand is located in the southern hemisphere, southeast of Australia. It is a predominantly rural country composed of two main islands: the north island, which is home to New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, and capital, Wellington, and the south island with its dramatic alpine scenery.

While most of its 3,600,000 inhabitants live in cities, New Zealand is truly an outdoor lover’s paradise. Its compact geography has allowed it to develop into one of the world’s leading destinations for ecotourism. Bungee jumping, rafting, kayaking, caving, scuba diving, paragliding, inner tubing, fly fishing, hiking, and mountaineering are popular pastimes and are readily available to the eco-adventurer.

The Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, have a rich oral tradition of creation legends and adventure stories. Many of the country’s prominent artists use Maori motifs and symbolism in their art, and the traditional Maori dance, haka taprahi, is performed to great effect before international rugby matches involving the popular national  team, All Blacks. 


New Zealand Educational System
Education in New Zealand tends to be more specialized, and students usually concentrate on one or two subject areas. Generally speaking, there is less interdisciplinary coursework than you find in the U.S. system.

Academic Programs
Accounting                         Environmental Studies
Agricultural Science             Finance
Animal Science                   Forestry
Biochemistry                      Landscape Architecture
Biology                               Marketing
Business                             Philosophy
Communication                  Plant Science
Computer Science              Plant, Soil, and Entomological
Ecology                              Sciences
Economics                         Psychology
Engineering                       Tourism


Eligibility
  • 2.75 GPA
  • Sophomore Standing

Housing
  • On-campus student residences

2021-2022 Program Fee (includes tuition, Lincoln Student Services Levy and Lincoln Studentsafe insurance only)
The Program fee will be charged to students' UI accounts in equivalent US Dollars once UI has received the bill from Lincoln.
One Semester: NZD $12,040 (~$8,054 USD)
NZ Academic Year: NZD $22,680 (~$15,170 USD)

  


 

Other fees students will be expected to cover
  • Non-refundable UI Application Fee:  $150
  • UI Registration/Programming Fee:  $500/semester, $1000/academic year
  • Lincoln Accommodation Processing and Contingency Fees: NZ$550
  • Room & Meals
  • Books & Supplies
  • Airfare
  • Personal Expenses

UI Priority Application Deadlines
Semester 2: April 1
Semester 1: October 15
 


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2022 10/15/2021 10/15/2021 TBA TBA
Calendar Year 2021 12/31/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2022 04/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2022-2023 04/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.