Trinity Western University

Trinity Western University is present in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. It is a private Christian university which was established as Trinity Junior College in the year 1962 and now registers about 4000 students and is located on a 157 acre campus. This university is the largest privately funded Christian university in Canada. This school has a broad-based sciences, liberal arts, and professional studies core curriculum. This institution provides 42 undergraduate majors and 17 graduate and post-graduate programs. Study in Canada is always preferred by most of the overseas students and so is this university.

The Trinity Junior College was formed as an arts institution linked with Evangelical Free Churches of America and enrolled its first class in 1962. This institution was then renamed as TW College in the year 1972 and then in the year 1980 it granted its first baccalaureate degrees. It was awarded its current status as a privately funded Christian university in the year 1985 and was then renamed as Trinity Western University. The main campus of this university is present on the outskirts of historic Fort Langley, adjacent to the Langley City and the Trans-Canada Highway. This university possesses an important presence in this area. This campus has numerous residential dormitories in which many of the students of this university live.