Lincoln University

Lincoln University is a publicly owned and operated, government-funded university that exists and operates under New Zealand statute, principally the New Zealand Education Act, 1989.

Lincoln is New Zealand’s third oldest university; it was founded in 1878 as a School of Agriculture. Today it is a research-led institution with an emphasis on land-based disciplines and their associated industries – agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, bio-technology, environmental science, environmental management, tourism, landscape architecture and commerce.

Located near the South Island city of Christchurch, Lincoln is a national university that draws its students from throughout New Zealand and from over 60 countries. The University has a student roll of around 4500 and an academic staff of approximately 250. There are 31 full professors and 23 associate professors. It has an established campus noted for its space and the quality of the environment.

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Projects 2011

Safer Students Campaign

This campaign welcomes migrants and international students to Canterbury. It also works towards ensuring that migrants and international students know their rights in terms of racial safety and harassment, as well as to continue to support the Report-it website, an accessible reporting method for such incidents. The project is a collaboration between Lincoln University, University of Canterbury, CPIT, TRoNT, Christchurch City Council, NZ Police and the Human Rights Commission.

Contact details

Contact: Denise Pelvin
Email: pelvind2@lincoln.ac.nz
Website: http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/
Phone: 03 325-3838 x8719

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