Thompson Rivers University which is popularly known as TRU is a renowned and leading teaching and research university providing undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational training programs. The main campus is in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.
TRU provides an open space and access to online learning and perfectly blended learning options.Note that students who wish to study here can select from 140 on campus programs and about 60 open learning programs in eight faculities,and schools viz;Arts, Nursing, Trades and Technology, Culinary, Education and Social Work to mention but a few.
Note that these low tuition TRU programs are offered on a semester basis with semesters starting every september, January and May.
How to Apply
You can apply in two ways to the Graduate or Masters degree course:
Step 1: Apply online
Step 2: Endeavor to prepare and submit the following docs
-Letter of intent
-Proof of graduation(i.e copy of degree)
-Transcripts from post secondary programs(note that high school transcripts are not needed)
-Proof of english proficiency if your degree has been awarded in a country for which english is not the official language.
-Letter of reference (M.ED only)
-Review and submit the application checklist
Note that a non refundable fee of CDN 100 should accompany your application.
Application Fee: $100
General Fees: $510/semester
Estimated Medical Insurance:$300/semester
Estimated Textbooks: $100-500/semester
International Student Tuition Fees
Undergraduate Tuition Fee
Graduate Tuition Fees
Beyond the classroom, TRU offers fantastic exponential learning opportunities such as;
Co-op Education- International Students are able to work various ways while studying at TRU.
Global Competency Certificate
TRU has two popular options: the TRU Residence which is a dormitory and student apartment divided over three buildings on campus.Note that TRU will provide housing at TRU residence for new degree students as long as u apply before the deadline.Additionally, students can opt for homestay accommodation.
Homestay -Living with a Canadian Family
The homestay program allows students to live with canadian families, be exposed to and participate in Canadian culture and customs. Usually, a host family can play an important role in helping the student adjust to Canadian life.
Part Time Work
Note that all eligible students may work upto 20 hours per week per semester and full time during scheduled breaks.
Students completing a minimum two year program of study are allowed to stay for up to two years post graduation.
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