Ivey Hall at Lincoln University
Lincoln University, originally called Lincoln College as a constituent school of the University of Canterbury, is a small university located in Christchurch, New Zealand.

It was first formed in 1878 as Canterbury Agricultural College, and again, was a part of the University of Canterbury. It became an independent institution in 1990.

Lincoln University is known for being atypical of most universities, given that it has very diverse students from 60 countries all around the world, and its majors, which most popularly include: agriculture, forestry, food, Maori, and winemaking.

Notable Students

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