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Let your scientific interests lead, as you investigate environmental issues of significance to society – and the world at Trent university.
Become a catalyst for change in what is often called “the Age of the Environment.” Pose the critical questions about the issues of time, and study alongside experts to find the answers.
Explore environmental issues that will shape your future: the conservation of biodiversity, the spread of contaminants and infectious diseases, the matters of sustainability and water quality.
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*Please note: Duolingo is NOT accepted by the School of Graduate Studies at Trent, and is only applicable for Undergraduate applications.
Applicants whose English language proficiency is below Trent’s accepted scores are invited to apply for gradual admission through the Trent-ESL: English for University Program.
The Trent-ESL: English for University program is an intensive English language, academic skills and university transition program that provides a strong foundation for academic success at the university level, and immediate progression to full-time undergraduate degree studies upon successful completion of the program.
Combine ESL + Credit Study – Trent is the only ESL program in Canada where students can earn up to three full credits towards their undergraduate degree while studying ESL
For direct admission to ESL Level 3:
For direct admission to Academic English 1 worth one full undergraduate credit:
For direct admission to Academic English 2 worth one full undergraduate credit:
Start studying English in September, January, April, and June (4 intakes!).
B.Sc. honors degree (a four-year undergraduate bachelor's degree) in Biology, Environmental Chemistry, Geography, Environmental Science, or a related discipline Minimum B+ (77%) or equivalent in the work of the last four semesters or the last two undergraduate years (last ten full credits).
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