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based on 5 students ratings
When I was deciding on my University choice I took a lot of factors into perspective. I have always been one to like small towns and drama-less places and Peterborough ON offered me both. Trent University is known for its beautiful environment and scenery and was very important in my decision.
I personally love a large number of curriculums at Trent. I am a Business Administration student because I love everything with business. I am specializing in Accounting and I have loved every moment of it.
Reputation and affordability of the program compared to other MBA programs in the country. The faculty is great also the co-op component of the program helps students who want to get work experience before graduation.
Great course curriculum which incorporated our feedback pretty quickly and caters to everyone targeting for different industries and career fields in the future like fashion, marketing, nursing, etc.
I got into the program. It was a super competitive program and the school had small class sizes and a small division. The campus was set up in this town that was considered more environmentally friendly.
The course curriculum is pretty good. Some of the classes could potentially be better or have a better form of instruction rather than how they do it at the present. Some classes were useless in the long run and they should get rid of them.
The main reason I chose Trent is that they offered me a scholarship for free tuition. At the time I applied for post-secondary schools I believed I wanted to be far away from home. When it came time to choose though, this ended up being the closest school I had applied to and that was one of the reasons I chose it.
I'm extremely interested in the purse options. I find that the course load is manageable for the most part, but compared to other degrees it can be quite heavy at times. I would prefer different class availabilities and time offerings.
Scholarship money, cheaper than other universities, accepting the culture and interesting courses, has good varsity teams and a nice gym. Organized faculty and helpful academic advisor for international students and also job hunting and co-ops. It's ranked the most beautiful campus in the entire province and is on the banks of a river.
Decent, it's very scarcely populated with less diversity but the people aren't very accepting it has a small campus and it's located in a very small city with 81000 people only so not many internship opportunities as such.