The Parks, Recreation and Tourism specialisation in Lincoln's Master of Applied Science is a 240-credit research degree, and the most recent iteration of Lincoln's long-standing commitment to a field of study that is of critical relevance to the economic, soicial and cultural fabric of most 21st century societies. Graduates will possess an understanding of the complexity of the recreation, parks and tourism sectors, and how elements such as political systems, policy bodies, the world and/or local economy and environmental change can affect individual business decisions and long term planning within these sectors. Specifically, all graduates will have:
At least three from
120 credit thesis
You must also provide confirmation that the qualifications have been awarded. Please include one of the following:
Statement of Research Interest
References (two references)
Lincoln University recognises achievements through a limited number of recognised tests of English Language.
Lincoln University has established a student financial support fund for students who suffer financial hardship.
To be eligible you need to demonstrate unusual and special circumstances that cause financial problems making it difficult to undertake study.
The New Zealand Pacific Scholarships scheme recognises the very close personal, cultural, and economic ties that New Zealand enjoys with Pacific countries. A particular focus of the scheme is to increase the number of young students and high academic achievers studying in New Zealand and to build a new generation of Pacific leadership with strong links to New Zealand.
The purpose of the scholarships is for candidates to gain knowledge and skills through post-graduate study in specific subject areas which will assist in the development of their home country. Awardees are required to return to their home country for at least two years after the completion of their scholarship to apply these new skills and knowledge in government, civil society, or private business organisations
The scholarships were established to provide opportunities for students to pursue postgraduate study and research at Lincoln University.
Study Abroad programme allows you to come to Lincoln for a semester or a year, and transfer the credit back to your degree at home. As New Zealand’s specialist land-based university, with a dedicated mission to help Feed the World, Protect the Future, and Live Well on our planet, we have tailored a range of specific courses for study abroad students who are interested in the Global Challenges the world faces.
The Study Abroad programme is available to all international undergraduate and postgraduate students who meet Lincoln's admission requirements.
Depending on your academic background, you can choose from any of the courses in our faculties. Although we have three themes of courses around our Global Challenge programmes, you can also choose your own adventure by looking at all our courses.
You can study abroad with us for either one semester or a full academic year. Most courses are taught over one semester.
As a Study Abroad student, you will need to obtain a student visa prior to departure from your home country. You must also have medical and travel insurance for the duration of your study.
You can apply for our Study Abroad programme via direct enrolment through your current university, a certified provider, on our website or complete the application form for international students.