Trent University - Durham GTA

Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

Type: University

Location Type: Urban

Founded: 1964   Total Students: 9,000+

Int. Students: 700+

Overview

An international student at Trent is much more than just a member of Trent International. Mingling with a lively international community of students from across the globe, students are provided with a welcoming and warm environment, making them feel homely and safe.  The qualified staff at Trent, keeping up with its social responsibility, involves students in research and innovation, engaging students in volunteering activities, social projects and community events, making sure that they make their little contribution in making this world a better place.

With a student-teacher ratio of 18:1, Trent University receives around 700 students from 100+ countries every year. Having held the numero uno position as the best undergraduate university in Ontario for seven years in a row, the university also offers around 30 out of the 100 clubs available to its international student community. The award-winning architecture of the Peterborough campus offers a breathtaking view of the Otonabee River and is just ninety minutes from downtown Toronto and the Durham GTA campus, located only forty minutes from downtown Toronto in Oshawa, offers the students an internationally diverse, yet close-knit community.

As a part of Trent International, a student can give a truly international dimension to his career and study from a university that has a tradition of academic excellence for over four decades and a culturally diverse aura with students from over a 110 countries worldwide along with locals from Canada. So, students who wish to internationalize their education and study in a setting filled with people of international backgrounds, cross cultures, varied interests and different perspectives, must join Trent University.

Campus Detail

Main Campus Address

55 Thornton Rd S, Oshawa, ON L1J 5Y1, Canada

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