A degree from the School of Business is a gateway to doing business your way at all levels across a wide variety of industries and sectors. And it doesn’t stop there.
Students are also encouraged to supplement their chosen pathway with valuable experiential learning through internships, study-abroad programs, exchange opportunities or engaging in academic or community-based research projects with faculty members.
- Want to launch a business? The School, in conjunction with the university and community, have the resources in place to help.
- Have a marketable idea that keeps you up at night? Our relationship with The Cube in Peterborough, the Community Innovation Lab in Oshawa or FastStart provides the opportunity to bring that idea to market.
- Want to find a perfect internship? Talk to our staff and professors. They are here to help and have been finding students exciting placement opportunities for years.
Our small class size is a hallmark of our personalized education model and with manageable student to faculty ratios, our expert faculty and fellow student cohorts get to know each other and their respective ambitions very well.
University academics can be exciting and challenging at the same time. The University Academic Skills offers a number of free services ranging from individual appointments with academic skills instructors, in person workshops such as undergraduate writing boot camp, documentation guide for citations, and a series of online resources on topics ranging from how to study, time management, and how to write at university. We strongly encourage you to use the Academic Skills services. Trent Careerspace provides appointments, workshops, and online resources to support your career development including writing your resume and cover letter.
Bottom line, our students graduate with the skills, network and confidence to conquer whatever may come next.