Trent partners with Chinese university on dual-degree math opportunities

January 18, 2016

Trent University has announced that it will partner with Tianjin University of Commerce in China in an initiative that will bring new international students to Trent as early as 2017. The agreement will allow mathematics students at Tianjin University to complete the first two years of their degree in China and the next two at Trent. These graduates will then have the option of continuing in Mathematical Finance and preparing to enter Trent’s new graduate streams in Applied Modelling and Quantitative Methods, Big Data Analytics, and Financial Analytics. “We’re delighted to be able to extend this exciting international learning opportunity to students at Tianjin University of Commerce and we look forward to growing our relationship with the university and welcoming students to Trent and to Peterborough,” said Trent President Leo Groarke. Peterborough Examiner | Trent