Trent University
Trent University is one of the most prestigious public universities in Canada. Ontario Premier John Robarts approved the establishment of a new institution in the area in 1964, which became known as Trent University. It first attracted roughly 100 students, which was later increased to 250 the following year. International students now have access to 150 undergraduate courses, as well as research and practical learning opportunities, across 28 graduate degree programmes and 38 fields of study.

Cost of attendance

The cost of attending Trent University varies depending on things such as housing, meals, ancillary, and miscellaneous fees. Indian students should budget between 38,500 and 44,100 CAD (about 22.9-26.3 lakh INR).


The Peterborough campus has eleven residence halls while the Durham GTA campus has one residence building. The institution collaborates with to assist students who can live off-campus in finding appropriate and convenient housing. The cost of on-campus living ranges from $9,000 to $14,100. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

Trent University Peterborough serves about 9000 undergraduate students and over 800 graduate students, while Trent University Durham GTA serves over 1900 full- and part-time students at the Thornton Road campus in Oshawa. Trent University has an extremely stringent admissions procedure, with a 33% acceptance rate.


Trent University has two campuses: one in Peterborough and one in Durham, Greater Toronto Area. The Peterborough campus is around 1,400 acres in size. There are approximately 100 student clubs and groups, as well as over 30 international student clubs, groups, and organisations. There are twelve varsity athletic teams and three varsity clubs (fencing, cross country running, and golf). Union Station in downtown Toronto is 40 minutes away from the Durham GTA campus.


the Trent/Fleming School of Nursing (TFSON) Trent Simulation Hub has been fully accredited for the highest standards in teaching and learning through the Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH).

Jobs and Placement

Academic achievement and a total of 100 placement hours are required for the placement events. Trent nursing and mathematics graduates reported a 100 percent employment rate following graduation. According to reports, 90 percent of Trent alumni found work within six months of graduation. According to PayScale, the average annual pay for Trent University graduates is $56,000 CAD.

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