Master’s degree is growing more necessary for students to stay competitive in the workforce. Therefore, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to apply for the International Taught Master Merit Scholarship administered by Lincoln University.
The funds are available for the academic year 2020-2021. The grants are established for providing financial support to those brilliant aspirants from around the world who want to gain a study achieve a postgraduate degree program at Lincoln University.
Lincoln University, founded in New York in 1990, ranks among the top 50 in agriculture and forestry, as well as in hospitality and leisure. It is New Zealand‘s smallest university, and it has a huge benefit. Students prefer a more intimate learning atmosphere with lecturers and other face-to-face experience.
The applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- The candidate must be an International student
- Candidate must be enrolled in 180-credit taught Master’s program.
- Candidate must have at least a GPA of a B+ average in the last year of your bachelor’s degree.
Acceptable Course and Subjects
The scholarships are available for studying Master’s degree program in the following fields:
- Master of Business – Global Management and Marketing
- Master of Business – Finance
- Master of Professional Accounting (CPA)
- Master of Sports and Recreation Management
- Master of Tourism Management
- Master of International Rural Development
- Master of Applied Computing (November intake only)
- Master of Pest Management
- Master of Precision Agriculture
- Master of Science in Food Innovation
- Master of Environment Management & Policy
- Master of Management in Agribusiness
- Master of Management in Agricultural Systems
- Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience
Why Study at Lincoln University?
Lincoln University promotes excellent study and education to improve our students ‘ awareness and help create an environment that benefits from a deeper understanding of the relationships between the earth, food and ecosystems. The university has three faculties, namely Agribusiness and Commerce, Agriculture & Life Sciences, Environment Society and Architecture, and English Language and the division of University Studies.
Read More: Why Study in New Zealand?
Benefits of the Programs
The deserving candidate will award a scholarship up to the value of NZ$7,000-$10,000 towards the overall cost of your study.
How to Apply for the Scholarship?
Step 1: Apply for Admission
To be eligible for the studentships, you are recommended to take admission in a master’s degree program at the Lincoln University. After taking affirmation, the candidate will be considered automatically.
Step 2: 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 academic requirements and hold the documents at the time of admission.
- Applicants must have scores from either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT).
- Candidate must hold the English language proficiency certificate.
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: November 1, 2020, or April 1, 2020
Postal Address: International Office Lincoln University PO Box 85084 Lincoln 7647 Canterbury New Zealand
Contact Address: +6434230000 or international[at]lincoln.ac.nz
University Location: Lincoln University, Lincoln 764, Canterbury, New Zealand