TRENT UNIVERSITY

Canada, Ontario

Established in 1964, Trent University is a public university located in the beautiful city Peterborough in Central Ontario, Canada. Peterbourough is 78 miles away from Toronto city. Trent University was the first university to put forward it's indigenous ways of teaching. This university offers over 100 programs for the undergraduate and graduate programs with 29 specializations to choose from in subjects like Business, Enivronment, Education, Nursing and so on. The students graduate in subjects of Anthropology, History, Theory, Culture and politics, Psychology and so on.

Campus Life

There are many other activities organized on-campus to make college-life enriching. Some facilities and activities include well equipped residences, student clubs, sports activities for men and women, theatre and cultural groups and many more. There are many clubs that can be accessed by the students such as Trent DND andTrent foosball club.

Noted Alumni

The graduates of the university have developed their skills in their area of study and secured a good job position. Some notable alumni of Trent University are John Horgan who is Premier of British Columbia, Jeff Leal a Member of Parliament and Minister of Agriculture, Stewart Wheeler who is an Ambassador to Iceland and many more.