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Lincoln University Canterbury

Lincoln University Canterbury

Christchurch , New Zealand
Christchurch , New Zealand
University Facts
ChristchurchNew Zealand
Average ranking globally
# 387
Average ranking in the country
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About University
Lincoln University Canterbury
Lincoln University Canterbury
We have a proud, 140-year history of growing New Zealand's knowledge, wealth and productivity.


Housing services

Our campus is home to around 600 students during the university year and you can choose between catered Halls of Residence, self-catered flats, or housing. Students living on campus say it is a fantastic way to enjoy their time at Lincoln. You’ll make friends for life; there’s always something fun going on and you’re just a short walk away from lectures, gym, shops, cafés and bars.

ICT services

There’s free and unlimited WiFi, so you can easily connect with family and friends.

Medical services

Have a health issue? Contact Student Health and Support.

We are operating and available to support our students with medical care and counselling no matter where you are.

Student Life

Campus life

The picturesque and park-like 58-hectare campus has a supportive, multicultural atmosphere.

Around 3500 students from more than 60 countries attend our campus, so it's easy to meet new people.

The campus has modern teaching facilities, a comprehensive library, and information technology laboratories with 24-hour access, as well as free cark parking, eateries, a printery, a travel agency, and world-class sporting facilities.

On-campus accommodation is home to about 600 students during the university year. Options include catered Halls of Residence, self-catered residential halls and student flats.

Student clubs

Join one of our clubs or organisations to enhance the student experience.

It’s a great way to meet new people, broaden your horizons, and have some fun.

The Lincoln University Students’ Association (LUSA) oversees the management of the University’s clubs and organisations.

They can fill you in on what’s available or provide assistance with setting up your own club. Contact LUSA’s Clubs Coordinator or visit LUSA on campus.


Lincoln has formal industry accreditation with the following organisations, either as an organisation or through individual research and education offerings:

European Cooperation in Science and Technology 

  • New Zealand Institute of Valuers
  • New Zealand Green Building Council
  • New Zealand Planning Institute 
  • Pacific Rim Real Estate Society 
  • Property Council New Zealand
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors 
  • Urban Allotment Gardens
  • Valuers' Registration Board 

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