Lincoln University

The Lincoln University was established in 1878. It is among the few public universities of New Zealand. It has gained accreditations from European Cooperation in Science and Technology, Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, New Zealand Planning Instituteand Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. The university has a membership of the Euro-league for Life Sciences (ELLS).
The university has been divided into three faculties and has around 11 research centres as well. The student union of the university is also very active and have several educational and recreational clubs. The student population of the university is 3,181 students out of which 1,300 are international students from around 80 different nations.
The alumni of this university include Richie McCaw (Rugby player), Allan James Hubbard (businessman), Margaret Mary Barry (politician), Samuel Lawrence Whitelock (Rugby player), Sir Bob Charles (professional golfer), Colin Campbell (radio &TV presenter),Annabel Rose Langbein (writer& celebrity cook), Toni Street (sports commentator& TV presenter) and John Bernard Hayes (politician & diplomat).
Location: Lincoln (18.2km from Christchurch Airport)
Connectivity: Through bicycle/car/public transport/connected to Christchurch Airport
Campuses: One
Courses: ArchitectureBusiness, Management, Computer science, Mathematics, Education, Engineering, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Media and Creative Arts, Science
Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 15 to 20 Lakh/year (Between 29,408 to 39,210 New Zealand dollars annually)
Times NEW ZEALAND Overall Ranking: 501-600
Entry requirements: 

  1. A-levels/International Baccalaureate (IB)
  2. A recognised International Foundation course with relevant percentage
  3. English language requirements: IELTS/TOEFL iBT