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Trine University

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Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Exercise Science
Forensic Science
Sport and Recreation

Class schedule

Course duration
48 weeks
Start dates
Every Monday
Classes per week
4 lessons per week (each lesson lasts 50 min)
Class days
Monday - Friday

Class schedule may change depending on availability and season.

Class level

All levels, beginner to advanced
You will take a placement test on your first day to determine your class level. You may also take this test before your arrival in Angola.

Class size

Average 15 students
Maximum 15 students

Student age

Age range 17 years old and older

Certificate

A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the course.
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housing

Housing

Trine University offers the following housing types:
student-residence

Student residence (on-campus) - 2-person shared room - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

A$ 355
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Age range: 17 - 24 years old
Housing type: Student residence (on-campus)
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner (19 meals per week)
Facilities: Laundry, wireless internet, free internet, heating, and sports facilities
Availability: January - December
Check-in: Sunday, after 08:00 AM
Check-out: Saturday, before 08:00 AM
A$ 355
A little bit of luxury never hurt anyone. And let’s face it, college is hard. So it’s nice to be able to study and relax in comfort. From the newly built Golf Course Apartments to the townhouse-style villas of Campus Village, it’s easy to see why Trine undergraduate students are excited about on-campus living. Our new student apartments make dormitory-style living a thing of the past. And everyone—not just seniors—can enjoy our new facilities.
Exceptional Communities

Check out any college or university across the country and you’re unlikely to find another that has campus-owned apartments with views of a golf course, fireplaces in the student lounges, and laundry facilities in your own apartment complex. At Trine, you will. And you’ll live in a community of your peers, where you’ll be in the midst of campus activities—from Library Putt-Putt to sand volleyball and more.
Start Living in Luxury

Over the past decade alone, we’ve spent more than $75 million on renovations and new facilities across campus, including student housing. With more than 10 options—from the Golf Course Apartments to Moss Street Apartments to Platt Hall—Trine’s campus housing facilities can be described in one word: exceptional.

That's just part of what it's like living at Trine University. And it's why we take so much pride in the experience we offer.
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Visa support

We cannot apply for visas on behalf of students. However, the school can supply you with all the documentation you need to support your visa application.

If you are studying full time in the United States for more than 18 hours per week, you will receive an I-20 that you need to submit to the US embassy along with your F-1 student visa application. The I-20 has a SEVIS tracking number on it. Students who wish to apply for a student visa must pay the SEVIS fee online before going to the US embassy or consulate for their visa interview.

Your I-20 will be sent to your home address by regular mail at no charge to you.

Please note that United States law states that an I-20 can only be issued to students who intend to pursue full-time English language studies. United States law does not permit students to study part-time with an F-1 Student Visa. If you are studying for less than 18 hours per week, you have to apply for a Visitor Visa (B1/B2) on your own.

Learn more about how to get a US student visa »

Flights and airport transfer

Please note that we do not book flights for our students. If you are researching airfare costs, we recommend using Kayak.com, a search engine that lets you compare flight options from your home country to Angola based on your budget, schedule and preferences.

Travel insurance

Study abroad worry-free with Language International's health and personal effects insurance coverage. When you book a course with us, you can opt to purchase an international insurance plan that covers not only your health care cost but also loss of your personal belongings. You must book your insurance in advance when you register.

Learn more about our insurance plan »

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