Trent University is a liberal arts and science-oriented institution located along the Otonabee River in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Trent has a number of graduate programs including Anthropology M.A. (current focus is in physical anthropology and archaeology), Applications of Modelling in the Natural & Social Sciences M.A./M.Sc., Public Texts (English) M.A., History M.A., Theory, Culture and Politics M.A., Environmental and Life Sciences (formerly known as Watershed Ecosystems) Ph. D / M.Sc, and Materials Sciences M.Sc. The Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies offers an interdisciplinary Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies M.A. program. In addition, the Centre offers, in collaboration with Carleton University, a Canadian Studies Ph.D. program, which was the first of its kind in Canada. The university's Indigenous/Native Studies program was the first in Canada, and only the second in North America. The new Ph.D Program in Cultural Studies is the first in Canada. Trent was also recently approved for Psychology M.A./M.Sc. graduate studies.
Trent also provides more funding for scholarships and bursaries than any other undergraduate university in Canada. Our generous Global Citizen and United World College Scholarship programs reward entering international students who demonstrate academic excellence and a strong record of leadership in their schools and home communities.
Apart from scholarships, there are several ways to fund your education at Trent. International students are now permitted to work off-campus in Canada after six months of study. Full-time undergraduate international students can work on campus for up to ten hours a week, in areas such as athletics, conferences, food services, in the library, and as research assistants.
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