Why study at Trent University..?
Trent University established in the year 1964 is among the top 6.2% universities in the world with strong alumni of 44,000, which includes Nobel laureates and Rhodes Scholars. Having more than 9,000 students including 1,000 international students over 80 countries it is one of the top universities in Canada.
“Maclean’s University Rankings 2021 ranked Trent University as the best undergraduate university in Ontario and number one in Canada for scholarships and bursaries.”
The university’s residential program is structured on the Oxford University’s model providing students with resident halls that has learning environments with classrooms, student services, faculty offices, dining halls, and lounges.
The university has two vast campuses. The Symons campus located at Peterborough spread across a whopping 1400 acres of land and at Durham Greater Toronto Area. The Symons campus is on the banks of the Otonabee River with stunning architecture and picturesque surroundings. There are over 100 student clubs including 30 international clubs and organizations and 12 varsity sports teams. Peter borough being a university town provides a well-balanced, vibrant and exciting student life. The campus is just 90 minutes from downtown Toronto.
The university offers a variety of programs including degree programs, certificate programs, diploma programs, PhD programs, and specialization in various fields including accounting, anthropology, African studies, arts, science, archaeology, biology, and many more. It has more than 120 undergraduate programs, 12 course-based programs, 14 thesis-based master programs, 6 doctoral programs, and 4 graduate programs. The university provides support for academics, finances, housing, and health insurance.
- School of Business
- School of Environment
- School of Education.
The classrooms have a student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1 making it easier for students to learn from peers and professors.
The university is continuously ranked as the best when it comes to scholarships and bursaries. The university has instituted many awards and scholarships for international students.
IB Entrance Scholarship:
International students with IB diplomas are considered for this scholarship which is worth CAD $1,000
Trent University Entrance Scholarships:
This is a scholarship for international students based on merit with the being CAD $ 1,000-3,000
Trent International Global Citizen Scholarships and Awards:
This is awarded to students with outstanding academic achievement, community service and leadership skills. The amount CAD $2,000-24,000 differs every year
Justin Chiu International Scholarships:
This is awarded to international Asian students. The amount CAD $3,000-15,000 varies every year
Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships:
The scholarships are awarded by the Queen Elizabeth foundation to international students of different countries with the total amount valuing over CAD $80 million.
- Trent University has one of the highest employment rates of 96%
- 100% of Nursing and mathematics graduates are immediately employed after graduation
- 90% of Trent’s graduates are employed within six months of graduation
Students are given practical exposure with career-oriented programs. They are provided with opportunities in research projects, given field placements, training in language programs. Some of the top recruiters of the university include Royal Bank, Ontario Power Generation, and many hospitals. Internship opportunities are provided along with the programs making them gain experience while studying, also helps them in getting professional network.