Do you have a dream of pursuing a bachelor’s degree in New Zealand? But money gets in the way of your success? Worry no more for you can apply for Lincoln University Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for International Students. This means, students eligible to apply are not limited to specific countries or continents. What are you waiting for? Read on to find out more!
Lincoln University is the New Zealand’s specialist land-based university. Located in Canterbury, New Zealand, this university was formed in 1990 when Lincoln College was made independent of the University of Canterbury. The Vice-Chancellor’s scholarship was established to support as well as reward International Students of the highest academic ability in further study at Lincoln University. This university has a strong international reputation. It is recognized by institutions around the world as an outstanding small university that delivers results. You shouldn’t miss out on this golden chance for there is a total of 20 scholarships to the value of NZ$ 5.000 offered. The scholarships are payable by way of a credit to the recipients’ Lincoln University Tuition Fees account upon confirmed enrollment in a Bachelors degree program of study. As long as you are planning to enroll for a bachelor’s degree for 2018, you are eligible for this Lincoln University Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for International Students provided you also meet other requirements which will be explained below. Study subjects are not limited to specific fields. The funding is awarded to study subjects offered by the university.
- Candidates must be new to Lincoln University International Student who is planning to enroll in a Bachelors degree for 2018.
- Candidates must not be in receipt of any other scholarship
- Candidates should have a very good
- Candidates must meet all Lincoln University entrance requirements to any Lincoln University Bachelor programme, including but not limited to, academic requirements and visa
- Candidates should have a very good command of English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English
Students who are currently enrolled in the Diploma in University Studies, and who gain entrance into a Bachelor degree programme commencing in 2018 are eligible to apply.
How to Apply
It is important to note that for everyone who shows interested in applying for this Lincoln University Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for International Students, he/she should submit application form and necessary documents no later than June 1, 2018. There are several ways applicants might meet our entry criteria for a bachelor’s degree or undergraduate diploma at Lincoln. For detailed information please visit this link.
Application form can be retrieved at: here
Applications must be received no later than 4.30pm (New Zealand time) by 1 June 2018 or 1 October 2018 and should be submitted to:
PO Box 85084
The scholarships will be awarded based on Academic excellence. Academic excellence is defined as having a B grade or Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 70% or higher in their entrance qualification or prior programme of study.