Trinity Western University (TWU) is a non-public liberal arts university located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1962 and enrolling approximately 4,000 students, it is located on a 157-acre suburban rural campus near the historic town of Port Langley, British Columbia. Trinity Western is the largest private Christian university in Canada, one of the best places for studying abroad. The campus has Larsen Atrium, Alloway Library, Neufeld Science Center, Fraser Hall, Music Building, and Stanley Nelson Student Center. The campus consists of 33 buildings. There are several departments such as political science, history, English, and geography. The Music Building houses the Arts, Media, and Culture Department. The Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences is located in the Neufeld Science Center. Students experience a comfortable learning environment on campus. All seminars, events, quizzes, festivals, and competitions held by the University are held on the territory. Students are provided with all the amenities they need on campus. The University Steering Committee manages the dormitories and facilities. Some of the notable alumni of TWU include Bernie Herms and Roger Cross.
|Ranking||16 : QS World UNiversity Subject Ranking|
|Student to teacher ratio||16:1|
|Living cost||CAD 13,090|
|Accommodation||On and off-campus|
|Tuition fee per year||-|
16 : QS World University Subject Ranking.
On-campus and off-campus
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||-|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD 13,090|
|Application Fees||CAD 150|