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  • Locations: Lincoln, New Zealand
  • Program Terms: Su/F/W/Sp, Summer/Fall, W/Sp/Su/F, Winter/Spring
  • Restrictions: OSU applicants only.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer/Fall 2022 01/29/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Su/F/W/Sp 2022-2023 01/29/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Provider: OSU Exchange Click here for a definition of this term Areas of Study: Ag. Business Mangmt, Agricultural Sciences, Animal Sciences, Bio/Eco Engineering, Bioresource Research, Botany, Crop & Soil Science, Env. Economics & Policy, Fisheries & Wildlife, Food Science & Tech, Horticulture, Natural Resources, Rangeland Sciences, Soil Science, Sustainability
Program Description:


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Do you enjoy new challenges? Meeting people? Experiencing new cultures? Have you ever thought of visiting or living in another country? If your answer is "yes" to these questions, then studying in New Zealand might be the adventure you've been seeking.

Through a unique agreement between Oregon State University and Lincoln University in Canterbury, New Zealand, you have the opportunity to continue your studies in the Southern Hemisphere while earning credit toward your degree at OSU. During the course of this semester or year, you will be able to study, travel, and play in this beautiful and unique country.

Areas of Study

Students can take a variety of courses that pertain to their area of study to compliment their work done at Oregon State University. Your academic advisor can help you in selecting courses that will be appropriate for your academic program. A list of courses, called "subjects," in New Zealand is available at the Lincoln University website.


  • Sophomore, Junior or Senior Minimum
  • 3.00 GPA

All students interested in applying to the Lincoln University exchange program should first contact the program coordinator, Paul Dorres. Application deadline for the Lincoln exchange program is April 1 for the Winter/Spring Semester, and November 30 for the Summer/Fall Semester or year long program.

Cost Estimates

Program Cost Estimate for Two Term Program (eg. winter/spring or summer/fall)

Tuition and Fees 12 credits per term for Oregon residents; non-residents, please see Paul Dorres for costs payable directly to Lincoln Univ.
Program Fee $150
Housing $2,680
Meals $600
Accident & Sickness Insurance $203
International Airfare $1,600
Passport $135
Visa or Entry/Exit Tax N/A
Books & Supplies $552
Local Transportation $100
Immunizations N/A
Misc. Expenses $1,500
Total Estimated Expenses Dependent on cost of tuition above

Additional Info

Students paying non-resident or eCampus OSU tuition may choose to waive the exchange tuition rate and pay tuition directly to Lincoln University. Contact the program coordinator, Paul Dorres for more details.