Study abroad at Trent University
Trent University is a public institution with two campuses in Peterborough and Durham GTA (Greater Toronto Area), Ontario, Canada. It has been ranked as the number one undergraduate university in Ontario for nine years in a row, and consistently ranks highly for leadership in teaching, student satisfaction, and academic research.
The academic mission of Trent University is to seek out excellent students from across the country and around the world. Trent is made up of seven schools of study, offering a wide range of programs, including studies in business, computing systems, environmental science, life and natural sciences, nursing, forensic science and education.
Trent’s residential program is based on the Oxford University model, which means their residence halls are also colleges, offering complete living and learning environments with classrooms, faculty offices, student services, dining halls and lounges.
Why study at Trent?
- Highly ranked
Trent has been ranked Ontario’s number 1 undergraduate university nine years in a row (Maclean’s University Rankings 2019)
- Small class sizes
Small group teaching and interactive learning taught by award-winning professors and researchers
90% of Trent graduates are in employment six months after graduation
Life as an international student
Trent University has a strong international student community, represented by more than 700 students from 79 different countries.
The Trent International team can support you with things like housing, finances, immigration and health insurance, as well as cultural transition and academic advice. They offer regular workshops and also arrange the international student orientation you’ll take when you first start at Trent. This is designed to help you familiarize yourself with campus, get registered and meet fellow students and faculty members.
Trent also offers more than 100 student clubs and societies you can join, including international clubs, groups and organizations. There’s also a wide range of varsity sports teams that represent Trent, including rowing, rugby, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball.
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Fees and funding
$100 CAD/ $125.00 CAD for professional programs
Trent University, 1600 West Bank Drive, Peterborough, ON Canada, K9L 0G2
Peterborough is a welcoming and safe city surrounded by clean rivers, lakes and parks, and is just 90 minutes from Toronto.
Peterborough campus is 90 minutes
Durham campus is 40 minutes
Visa requirements for Trent University
Many international students will require a visa to study in the US, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.Canada student visa requirements