Welcome to Lincoln University New Zealand’s specialist land-based university
Lincoln’s international team
Location
Living in CHRISTCHURCH
International Rankings
Lincoln Numbers
Lincoln’s Programmes
Lincoln Facilities
Lincoln Facilities
Lincoln University Students Association (LUSA)
LUSA events and activities
Student Support
Accommodation
Lincoln Accommodation
Our Programmes
English Language
English Language
English for further study award
Lincoln Pathways
Advantages of the pathway programmes
Entry Requirements
English language requirements
Bachelor Degrees
Why degree studies at Lincoln?
Practical Work and Field Trips
Study Overseas within a Lincoln Degree
Global Challenges Scholarship
Pathways
Postgraduate Programmes
Postgraduate Programmes
180 credit taught Masters
180 credit taught Masters
International taught master merit scholarships
2016 fees
Commission Structure and Bonus
How does this work?
How does this work?
Performance Bonus 2016/2017
Online application portal – mylinc.nz
Online application portal – mylinc.nz
Application Deadline 2017
Social Media Resources
Thank you for your time!

Welcome to Lincoln University New Zealand’s, specialist land-based university

1. Welcome to Lincoln University New Zealand’s specialist land-based university

2. Lincoln’s international team

Director of International and Student Engagement
Dee Coleman
International Team for South Asia
Annie Goh
International Manager
Anna Soboleva
International Recruitment
Officer
[email protected]
South Asia
South East Asia
Applications/admissions:
[email protected]
UG Team – Miyoko, Carol and Sue
PG Team – Myra, Anu
a[email protected]
• India and the
subcontinents
• Russia

3. Location

4. Living in CHRISTCHURCH

2ND BEST CITY TO VISIT
New York Times ranked
Christchurch as the #2 place in
the world to go in 2014. It is also
second largest city in New
Zealand.
POPULATION AND VERY
LOW UNEMPLOYMENT
356,700 population, comprising 8%
of NZ population. And positive net
migration means Christchurch needs
qualified people to rebuild and
develop the city.
GREEN SPACES AND SUNSHINE
ALL YEAR LONG
Christchurch City is known as the Garden
City due to its expansive parks and public
gardens. 740 city parks covering 3,000ha
with 80 kilometres of city walking tracks.
Beautiful weather - 2,143 annual
sunshine hours.

5.

6.

7.

2016 progress
Ranked 373 in QS ranking (2015/2016)
Ranked 13 in QS ranking (equivalent size universities)
Ranked 100 in QS ranking (Agriculture)
Member of Euroleague of Life Sciences (ELLS)
180 credits taught masters merit scholarships
English Language for Further Study Award
Global Challenge Scholarships
MYLINC Online Application Portal

8. International Rankings

TOP
400
5
Stars
QS Ranking
2015/2016
13th
QS Stars
Rated for Excellence
2015/2016
Ranked small
university in
the world
5
Stars
TOP
100
No. 1
Ranking by
subject
Agriculture
QS 5 Stars Rating in
Employability,
Internationalisation,
Teaching, Facilities
728
points
Student to
Staff Ratio in
NZ
Lincoln scored 728
out of a possible
1000 points.
International Student Satisfaction
#1 NZ
#1 NZ
Safety
Good teachers
& work
experience
opportunities
Employability
& Earning
money
Learning
support
assessment
#1 NZ &
globally Health centre &
accommodation
office
Topic Selection
TOP
2
Careers Service
(#1 in NZ &
#2 globally)
Managing
research
(#1 in NZ &
#2 globally)

9. Lincoln Numbers

13% overall increase in international students in 2015
No. 1
Student to
Staff Ratio in
NZ
(QS Ranking
2015/2016)
Top countries –
China, US,
Malaysia, India,
France, Germany

10. Lincoln’s Programmes

Agriculture & Life Science
Agricultural Science
Agritech
Food Science
Viticulture & Oenology
Land, Water, Environment
Biosecurity & Bioprotection
Ecology & Conservation
Agribusiness & Commerce
Agribusiness & Food Marketing
Food and Resource Economics
Agricultural Commerce & Management
Valuation & Property
Supply Chain Management
Accounting& Finance
Environment, Society & Design
Water Management
Environmental Policy & Planning
GIS & Environmental Informatics
Land & Society
Landscape Architecture
Sport & Recreation Management
Tourism Management

11. Lincoln Facilities

12. Lincoln Facilities

13. Lincoln University Students Association (LUSA)

Events
Student Orientation, Graduation Ball, Winterfest, International Night, Garden
party and more
Clubs
International Club, Food Appreciation Club, Badminton Club, Lincoln Snow
Department, Film Society, Diving Club, Dance Club, Recreation Society and
more
Student support and Advice
Confidential, Educational Support, Live Well, Mental Health, Personal Help,
Student Job Search

14. LUSA events and activities

15. Student Support

International student Advisor
Library, teaching and learning
Cultural support groups
Open door policy
Careers Hub
Student Health
Student Administration –
on campus visa renewal

16. Accommodation

All halls are on campus
5 minute walk to lectures
Fully furnished, private room
Free car parking
• Catered halls (approx. $12,000)
• Semi-catered halls (approx. $9,600)
• Self-catered halls (approx. $7,200)

17. Lincoln Accommodation

18. Our Programmes

English Language programmes
Certificate in University Studies
Diploma in University Studies (2 and 3
semesters)
Bachelor Degrees
Graduate Diplomas
Post Graduate Diplomas
Taught Masters degrees (12 to 18
month)
Research Masters degrees (24 month)
PhD

19. English Language

20.

Pre - Bachelor
Bachelor degree
PG
PG
EAP
70%
Year 3
Year 2
EA
P
Year 1
EAP 65%
DUS –
2 Semester
EAP 60%
DUS – 3 Semester
EAP 60%
CUS
EAP
55%

21. English Language

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
No IELTS/TOEFL required for EAP
Module commencement dates for 2016
25 July – 19 August
29 August – 23 September
26 September – 21 October
31 October – 25 November
28 November – 13 January 2017
GCAE Certificate Dates (16 Weeks)
IELTS 6.0 required for GCEA
• 25 July – 25 November
• 29 August – 13 January 2-17

22. English for further study award

12 weeks EAP fee rebate value at $5040
Students who successfully passed EAP course and
continue to
• Certificate/Diploma in University Studies
• Diploma
• Bachelor degree

23.

24. Lincoln Pathways

25.

Certificate in University Studies
1 Semester
Leads to Diploma in University Studies (DUS)
Language & Writing for Tertiary Study
Mathematics & Statistics for Tertiary Study
Communication & Information Technology
Environments, Economies & Numeracies

26.

Diploma in University Studies
3-Semester
2-Semester
Academic Communication & Study Skills
Plus 2 of…
• Mathematics & Statistics
• Business & Economics
• Science
• Te Tū-ā-Uri: Introduction to Māori
Four 100-level
Courses
Four 100-level
Courses
Culture & Society
• Land & Environment
One 1st Year Course
Skills for Success – Academic Support Programme

27.

Skills for Success
• Extra support – 5 hrs per week
• Targeted support in the following areas:
• Numeracy
• Literacy
• Language
• Subject-specific

28. Advantages of the pathway programmes

Next intake – CUS, DUS 3 on 8th of
November
February, July or November intakes
Designed for both international and New
Zealand students
A supportive pathway to successful
university degree study
The qualifications are recognised by all
New Zealand universities
Tailor made to your target qualification
Direct entry to Year 2 of Lincoln’s bachelor
degree

29. Entry Requirements

• Certificate in University Studies
Certificate of Secondary School: Attestat with 3 or higher in four
academic courses, including mathematics
• Diploma in University Studies 2 semesters
Certificate of Secondary School: Attestat with 3.5 or higher in
four academic courses, including mathematics
• Diploma in University Studies 3 semesters
Certificate of Secondary School: Attestat with 4.5 or higher in
four academic courses, including mathematics

30. English language requirements

Diploma in University Studies (two-semester pathway):
• IELTS (Academic) 5.5 with no individual component less than 5.5
• TOEFL 61 iBT 500 paper Essay rating (TWE) 4.0
• LU EAP 60%
Diploma in University Studies (three-semester pathway)
• IELTS (Academic) 5.5 with 5.5 for reading and writing, and with no individual component less
than 5.0
• TOEFL 61 iBT 500 paper Essay rating (TWE) 4.0
• LU EAP 60%
Certificate in University Studies
• IELTS 5.0 with no individual component less than 5.0
• TOEFL 52 iBT 470 paper Essay rating (TWE) 3.5
• LU EAP 55%

31. Bachelor Degrees

• Three to four years
• Two intakes – February and July
• Entry requirements:
• Academic:
Successfully completed DUS programme will lead into
second year of Bachelor Degree
OR successfully completed one year of studies back in the
home country will lead into first year of Bachelor Degree
• English Language:
IELTS 6.0 with each of the bands not less then 5.5
OR EAP 65%

32.

Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce
• Bachelor of Commerce
Diploma in Agriculture/Diploma in Horticulture
Bachelor of Agribusiness and Food Marketing
Bachelor of Land & Property Management
Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture)
Accounting & Finance
Food & Resource Economics
Marketing
Information Technology
Supply Chain Management & Global
Business
• Individual

33.

Faculty of Agriculture & Life Sciences
• Bachelor of Agriculture
• Bachelor of Agricultural Science
• Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology
• Bachelor of Science
Land Water & Environment
Bioprotection & Biosecurity
Conservation & Ecology
Food Science
Agritech
Individual

34.

Faculty of Environment, Society & Design
• Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
• Bachelor of Sport & Recreation
Management
• Bachelor of Tourism Management
• Bachelor of Environmental
Management
• Bachelor of Environmental Planning &
Policy
• Bachelor Environment & Society
• Land & Society
• GIS & Environmental Informatics
• Maori & Indigenous Environmental
Management
• Water Management

35. Why degree studies at Lincoln?

Our Approach
• Personal, small scale
• Interdisciplinary
• Field trips and tours
• Practical work
• Exchange opportunities with 18
universities in the world
Our Graduates
Produces
• Self-reliant
• Networked and connected
• Able to work across disciplinary
boundaries
• Practical
• Employment-ready

36. Practical Work and Field Trips

Practical work for at least 12 weeks
Get to work in the industry
Real world experience
Provides understanding of day to day
operations in the business environment
Helps acquire and develop skills to
increase employability
Lots of students get a job offer before
graduating
Practical Work Coordinator
Field Trips as a part of your study
Provides opportunities for networking

37. Study Overseas within a Lincoln Degree

Exchange Partners:
University of California (USA) all 9 campuses incl UC Berkeley
Colorado State University (USA)
Cornell University (USA)
Oregon State University (USA
Purdue University (USA)
University of Guelph (Canada)
University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Lahti University of applied Science (Finland)
Swedish Agricultural University (Sweden)
Umea University (Sweden)
Waginengen University (Netherlands)
University of Hohenheim (Germany)
Geisenheim University (Germany)
University of East Anglia (UK)

38. Global Challenges Scholarship

Designed for students who want to be part of
the solutions for global challenges
5 places for International students
3 mins video on a global issue
Students going on to 1st year degree study can apply
Starting bachelor degree in July 2016 or Feb 2017
If you are going into CUS/DUS, you can apply for the following academic year
Value: NZ$12,000 and a development programme and ambassadorial role
Application deadline: 31 August 2016
Examples - www.lugeneration.co.nz
Talk to International team if you want to find out more details

39. Pathways

40. Postgraduate Programmes

Graduate Diplomas
A year of undergraduate courses
Any background
C+ (60%) and IELTS 6.5 (each band not less then 6.0)
Post Graduate Diploma
A year of postgraduate study
No research required
Applicants must have similar background
B- (65%) and IELTS 6.5 (each band not less then 6.0)
Taught Masters
No research requirement
12 to 18 months to complete
B (70%) and IELTS 6.5 (each band not less then 6.0)

41. Postgraduate Programmes

Research Masters
PhD
Half of programme is coursework, half is research
Two years to complete
Applicants must have similar background
B average (70%) and IELTS 6.5 (each band not less
then 6.0)
Three years of research
Applicants must have similar background
IELTS 6.5 (each band not less then 6.0)
Research experience

42. 180 credit taught Masters

•Master of Business in Accounting and Finance – July/Nov
•Master of Business in Global Management and Marketing – July/Nov
•Master of Tourism Management – Feb/July
•Master of Sports and Recreation Management – Feb/July
•Master of International Rural Development - Nov
•Agribusiness
•Economics
•Finance
•Tourism
•Master of Management in Agribusiness – Feb/July
•Master of Management in Agricultural Systems – Feb/July
•Master of Science in Food Innovation – Feb/July
•Master of Environmental Management and Policy – Feb
•Master of Water Management – Feb/July
•Master of Disaster, Risk and Resilience - Feb

43. 180 credit taught Masters

Next intake: 8th of November 2016
• Master of Business in Accounting and Finance (no relevant background needed)
• Master of Business in Global Management and Marketing (no relevant background
needed)
• Master of International Rural Development (relevant background needed):
• Agribusiness
• Economics
• Finance
• Tourism
Entry Requirements:
• IELTS 6.5 (no bands less than 6.0)
• GPA – 70% in last year of degree (or 2.8/4)

44. International taught master merit scholarships

• Qualifying international students will be awarded with a NZ$10,000 scholarship
towards the overall cost of their study in any
180 credits taught master’s programmes.
• Students must have at least a GPA of 75% or B+ average in the last year of their
bachelor’s degree to meet the requirements.
• No separate scholarship application needed.

45. 2016 fees


English Language - NZ$1,680 (4 week module)
CUS – NZ$8,800
DUS II (2 semesters) – NZ$25,000
DUS III (3 semesters) - NZ$34,400
Bachelors/Graduate Diplomas – NZ$25,000 to NZ$27,000 per year
PG Diplomas/Research Masters – NZ$27,000 to NZ$31,000 per year
180 credits taught Masters – NZ$40,000 for whole programme
PhD – NZ$6,900 per year (Domestic fees)

46. Commission Structure and Bonus

We pay commission on English, and up to 2 academic years (or 4 semesters) per student.
Commission rates are:
20%
15%
English language (EAP) Certificate in
University Studies
Graduate Diploma
12%
10%
Diploma in University
Studies II / III
Bachelor
Taught Masters (180
credits)
Two year Masters
Postgraduate Diploma
Paid every month
Paid each semester (after the withdrawal period)
EAP paid monthly after withdrawal period.
PhD

47. How does this work?

For Students coming to study English, Pre-Degree, and Bachelor degree:
Example: Mikhail, 17 years old, finished High School, and came to Lincoln to study the following
study plan:
1. August 2016 to Feb 2017, 20 weeks of EAP - $8400 X 20% commission
2. In Feb 2017 , successfully getting into DUS ll - NZ$25,000 (2 semesters) X 12%
3. In Feb 2018, starting Bachelor degree Year 2 - NZ$26,000 (2 semesters) X 10%
Total commission: $1,680 (EL) + $3,000 (DUS II) + $2,600 (B) = NZ $7,280
.Example: Anna, 18 years old, finished High School, and came to Lincoln to study the following
study plan:
1. August 2016 to Feb 2017, 20 weeks of EAP - $8400 X 20% commission
2. In Feb 2017 , successfully getting into DUS III - NZ$34,400 (3 semesters) X 12%
3. In Feb 2018, starting Bachelor degree Year 2 - NZ$13,000 (1 semester) X 10%
Total commission: $1,680 (EL) + $4,128 (DUS III) + $1,300 (B) = NZ $7,108
(OR 2 years of Bachelor at $26,000 X 10% if direct entry to bachelor degree)

48. How does this work?

For Students coming to study English and Postgraduate courses:
Example: Mikhail, 27 years old, finished University at home country, worked for a few years and
came to Lincoln to study the follow study plan:
1. July 2016 to Feb 2017, 24 weeks of EAP - NZ$10,080 X 20% commission
2. In Feb 2017, successfully getting into Graduate Diploma in Commerce – NZ$25,000 X 15%
Total commission: $2,016 (EL) + $3,750 (GD)= NZ $5,766
.Example: Anna, 25 years old, finished University at home country, worked for a few years and
came to Lincoln to study the follow study plan:
1. September 2016 to Feb 2017, 16 weeks of EAP - $6,720 X 20% commission
2. In Feb 2017, successfully getting into 1st year of 240 credit Masters Degree – NZ$31,400 X 10%
3. In Feb 2018, successfully getting into 2nd year of 240 credit Masters Degree – NZ$31,400 X 10%
Total commission: $1,344 (EL) + $3,140 (M. 1st year) + $3,140 (M. 2nd year) = NZD $7,624
.Example: Fedor, 24 years old, finished University at home country, worked for a few years and
came to Lincoln to study the follow study plan:
1. September 2016 to Feb 2017, 16 weeks of EAP - $6,720 X 20% commission
2. In Feb 2017, successfully getting into 180 credit Taught Masters of Tourism Management - $40,000 X 12%
Total commission: $1,344 (EL) + $4,800 (M) = NZD $6,144

49. Performance Bonus 2016/2017

If you enrol 5 students for academic programmes in 2017 = NZ$2,500
If you enrol 10 students for academic programmes in 2017 = NZ$6,000
Bonus Terms and Conditions
• The definition of ‘student’ applies to students who enrol in academic programmes only and does not
apply to students who enrol in EAP programmes only.
• Students must be enrolled in a 120 credit academic programme starting in 2017
• We will consider all new student enrolments to EAP for the rest of 2016 towards 2017 performance.
Coming back to Mikhail, Anna and Fedor, all of them will be counted as 3 students towards 2017 bonus
– only 2 more students to go for 2017 to get NZ$2,500

50. Online application portal – mylinc.nz

• Faster processing time
• Keep track of your applications from
different counsellors
• Easier to locate the application for you
• It’s not perfect yet!
[email protected]
Correct document verification! Please
make sure that the signature on the
MOU is similar to the verification
signature

51. Online application portal – mylinc.nz

• Enter your email address and
click ‘Reset’
• Due to security reasons, you
will not be able to change
your password
• Must have student’s personal
Email ID

52. Application Deadline 2017

Closing date for Semester One, 2017 applications is 1
December 2016
• Applications to study at Lincoln University, starting in semester
one, must be received by 1 December 2016.
• The University will still accept applications received after the
closing date, however these will be considered and processed on
the basis of academic merit, and if there are places available.
• It is important that you start the application process as early as
possible.

53. Social Media Resources

https://vk.com/lincolnuniversity
https://www.facebook.com/LincolnUniNZ/

54. Thank you for your time!

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