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Lincoln University’s focus and reputation for research opens the way for you to study programmes that connect different topics across a range of fascinating areas with real relevance to the future of our planet and natural resources.
This research-based Master’s lets you blend study and application across areas like agriculture, industry, transport, communications, recreation and tourism. Then relate these to vitally important subjects like international rural development and the management and conservation of our biosphere and natural resources.
The Disaster Risk and Resilience specialisation in the Master of Applied Science cultivates an holistic, integrated and comprehensive understanding of disaster management and risk reduction. Canterbury’s post-quake environment offer unique opportunities, and this specialisation is taught by staff from both Lincoln and the University of Canterbury. The University of Canterbury has strong credentials in hazard processes, risk assessment, management and reduction, whilst Lincoln has recognised strengths in environment planning, socio-economic impacts, community engagement, policy and resilience. You’ll be able to access the expertise and complementary knowledge of both universities, as well as expand the scope of your research topics.
Summary of Regulations
If English is not your first language, you will need to demonstrate that your English is good enough to study successfully at university. Lincoln University recognises achievement through a limited number of recognised tests of English Language. Below are the minimum standards for entry to the programme:
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