The Lincoln University, New Zealand is public and was formed in the year 1990 when Lincoln College, Canterbury was made independent of the University of Canterbury. The college houses 1577 Undergraduates, 879 Postgraduates, and 329 Doctoral students.
Various scholarships are available for foreign students for financial support.
The university offers the following courses in the field of Environmental Science:
Bachelor of Environment and Society –
Bachelor of Environment and Society (Honours)–
Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Planning (Honours) –
Bachelor of Science (Conservation and Ecology) –
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) –
Bachelor of Science (Individual) –
Doctor of Philosophy (Pest-management and Conservation) –
Graduate Certificate in Resource Studies –
Graduate Diploma in Resource Studies –
Master of Environmental Policy and Management –
Master of International Nature Conservation-
Master of pest Management-
Victoria University of Waikato is a private university which was established in the year 1964. It has a total of 3 campuses.
It offers the following courses in the field of Environmental Studies –
Bachelor of Arts (Environmental Planning) –
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental Engineering) –
Bachelor of Environmental Planning –
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Sciences) –
Bachelor of Science (Technology) (Environmental Studies) –
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Environmental Planning) –
Victoria University of Wellington is one of the oldest universities in New Zealand with a history of over 115 years. It is ranked among top 2% of the universities among the world’s 18,000 universities for studies in the streams of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering, and Management.
It is counted in top 100 universities worldwide for subjects including religious studies, psychology, politics and international relations, linguistics, performing arts, mineral and mining engineering, geography, law, English language and literature, etc. It houses more than 22,000 students including 3,800 international students from over 100 countries.
Victoria University of Wellington has hundreds of research staff who work at forefront of knowledge.
The university holds the highest rating of 5+ stars (QS Stars Rating of Excellence). It has also received five stars in the following subject areas: internationalizations, research, teaching, inclusiveness, facilities, employability, arts and culture, discipline ranking and accreditations.
Scholarships are available for international students as financial support.
The university offers the following in the field of Environmental Science –
Auckland University of Technology is a public university which was established in the year 2000. It has a Graduate Job Rate of 93%. The university is ranked 1st in New Zealand and 27th globally for its global outlook. It is the second largest university in the country for its graduate outcomes. The university has 5 faculties which offer more than 250 undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs.
It offers the following courses in the field of Environmental Science –
Bachelor of Science (Applied Conservation) –
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Sciences) –
Master of Science (Environmental Science) –
Massey University is a public university which was established in the year 1972. It is one of the premier institutes in the country and has been ranked 5th best global universities in New Zealand. It has a Graduate Job rate of 91%.
It offers more than 55 undergraduate and postgraduate courses across 5 faculties: Science, Humanities and Social Science, Creative Arts, Business, and Health. The cost of studying in the university is very high; however, students can seek some relief by applying for various scholarships it offers.
It offers the following courses in Environmental Science –
The University of Auckland is a public university which was established in the year 1883. It is a large research-driven university with innovation and diversity as its strength. The university houses more than 44,000 students. It offers 120 Undergraduate and 130 Postgraduate programs across 8 faculties. The degrees that students get here are respected worldwide. The graduates from the university are considered highly employable locally and internationally.
The university, with over 180 partner universities worldwide, is committed to collaborative research which positively impacts the Asia-Pacific region and the world at large. In 2019, it won first place globally in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings for progress towards Sustainable Development Goals.
The university is ranked 59th in the world for graduate employability.
For each course, the college provides scholarships and awards for financial support for international students. It offers the following courses in the field of Environmental Science: