Information from Lincoln University
Restrictions: Exchange students can choose from any of the courses listed in the schedule of courses as long as they have the appropriate academic background for the course they wish to study. Only udergrauate study level available.
Important information: course selections are not final and can be changed on arrival at Lincoln when the student can discuss their programme of study with a course advisor. Students therefore will need to be flexible with their course choices.
Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp): 60 credits
Undergraduate level: 15 credits/course
Postgraduate level: 20 credits/course
100: Undergraduate level -year 1
200: Undergraduate level -year 2
300: Undergraduate level -year 3
400: Undergraduate (honors degree) - year 4
600: Postgraduate Honours, Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas, Master's and Doctorate
Term 2: July–November
Term 1: February–June
On Campus Halls
Generally, first-year students reside in the catered halls and other live in the self-catered flats. However, anyone is welcome in the fully catered facilities.
On Campus Flats
Often chosen by students from second year and above, as they offer independent living. The flats also have Residential Assistants, organised events, sports, security and support when needed. There are four or five rooms in each flat and students can either wish for a specific room, or the University will match students up with some flatmates.
On Campus Halls of Residence
On Campus Self-catered Flats and Houses