Does the higher cost of education makes it difficult for you to accomplish your educational goals? If yes, then, you should not miss the chance to apply for the International Pathway Merit scholarship, administered by Lincoln University.
The scholarship funding is valid for the academic year 2021-2022. Grants are set up in a way to offer financial assistance to all brilliant aspirants from around the world who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree program at Lincoln University.
Lincoln University established in 1990. It is the oldest agricultural educational institution in the Southern Hemisphere. Lincoln University, the nation’s first-ranking Historically Black College and University, educates and empowers students to lead their communities and change the world. It has about 15,000 students across its four academic schools, covering topics in the humanities, technology, business, and social sciences, with more than 300 courses offered at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The applicant must have to meet the following eligibility criteria:
- The candidate must be an international student.
- The candidate an international student who has not previously studied in an academic program at Lincoln University
- The candidate has met the academic and English language requirements for admission to their chosen program at Lincoln University
- The candidate must have met all necessary immigration requirements to study in New Zealand, and not hold any other scholarship.
Acceptable Courses and Subjects
The scholarships are open to studying a degree program in the following fields:
- Business and economics.
- Behavioral sciences.
- Computer science/IT.
- Cultural studies and social sciences.
- Natural sciences.
- Technology and engineering.
Why Study at Lincoln University?
At the University of Lincoln, students have the opportunity to engage in world-class research, work alongside expert academics, gain real-world experience, and graduate with excellent career prospects. Welcoming students from more than 100 countries. The University of Lincoln offers a wide variety of courses spanning the arts, science, social sciences, and business.
Benefits of the Programs
The scholarship will be awarded as follows:
- Scholarships valued at NZ$2,500 are available for new students seeking admission into the Certificate in University Studies or Diploma in University Studies program.
- Scholarships will be paid to successful students’ Lincoln University Tuition Fee.
How to Apply for the Scholarship
For applying for these studentships, candidates are needed to follow these steps:
Step 1: Apply for Admission
To be eligible for the studentships, you are recommended to take admission in a master degree program at the Lincoln University. After taking affirmation, the candidate will be considered automatically.
Step 2: Apply for a scholarship
Apply for the scholarship the candidate must have visited the site.
Step 3: Submit Required Documents
- High school Diploma Certificate
- School transcripts already available
- Transcripts from prior school (only if requested)
- Post-Secondary Transcription
- Official survey results
- Start / Course Vitae
- Applicants must meet the general country/study curriculum entry requirement.
- You must demonstrate English language skills and meet the general admission criteria following the country/curriculum in which you studied.
- The application process for admission to Lincoln University Creates an online account at mylinc.nz. Fill in personal details and attach the required documents like a passport or birth certificate, IELTS or equivalent test results, SAT/ACT scores, and academic transcripts.
- The University accepts a wide range of qualifications including A Levels, T Levels, BTEC Extended Diplomas, Diplomas and Subsidiary Diplomas, European and International Baccalaureate Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas, and Access to Higher Education Diplomas.
- Access qualifications required are 45 Level 3 credits at the pass or above. We also consider applicants with extensive, relevant work experience. The University requires at least a grade 4/C in GCSE English Language or equivalent.
To study in New Zealand, international students must have a current and present student visa. Your visa for your place of study is given to students at Lincoln University. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) advises you to apply early for a student visa and three or four months prior or your decision to request for or plan for the current scheme.
Application deadline: 22 January 2021 or February 2021 intake.
Contact address: email@example.com +603 78867315
Location: International Office Lincoln University PO Box 85084 Lincoln 7647 Canterbury New Zealand