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What will I learn?

Europe provides a fascinating area of study a complex blend of states with a rich history of rivalries and alliances, obvious similarities and glaring distinctions, with religion playing a major role in shaping its art, culture, philosophy, and law.

TWU’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers a multidisciplinary major in European Studies for students interested in Europe’s social, economic, political, and spiritual aspects. It’s a stimulating interdisciplinary research environment for both faculty and students, promoting academic excellence in research, publications, and teaching on European issues. There are numerous travel study opportunities in places such as London, Geneva, Rome, and Paris. The European Studies major offers three streams of study: language, history, and English literature and fine arts.

CAREERS IN EUROPEAN STUDIES

Career opportunities European studies graduates pursue include careers in:

  • Missions
  • Government
  • Translation
  • Teaching
  • Foreign service
  • International Business.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Study options

Full Time (122 semester hours)

Tuition fees
CAD$22,260.00 (US$ 17,282) per year
Start date

7 September 2022

Venue

Trinity Western University

7600 Glover Road,

LANGLEY,

British Columbia (BC),

V2Y 1Y1, Canada

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students must have standing in five subjects of which at least two must be taken at the Advanced level. Students may be eligible for three semester hours of credit for each Advanced level course completed to a maximum of 12 semester hours provided that a minimum grade of C is achieved in that course. Departments will determine if credit awarded is general or course specific. The following equivalents will be considered: School Certificate: same as GCE with at least two passes at the principal level of the Higher School Certificate. Certificate of matriculation from recognized universities. International Baccalaureate with at least two subjects at the higher level. English Language Scores: (TOEFL) - Test of English Foreign Language Internet-Based Test: Overall Score: 88 with a minimum score of 21 in each of the four areas and a TWE of at least 5. (IELTS) - International English Language Testing System (Academic): Overall score: 6.5 with 6.0 on Writing Band. (CAEL) - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment: Overall score: 70.

For international students

Students must have standing in five subjects of which at least two must be taken at the Advanced level.

The following equivalents will be considered:

School Certificate: same as GCE with at least two passes at the principal level of the Higher School Certificate.

Certificate of matriculation from recognized universities.

International Baccalaureate with at least two subjects at the higher level.

Other countries: write or email the Admissions Office for information.

Applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency in both oral and written academic English:

TOEFL (Test of English Foreign Language Internet-Based Test): Overall Score: 88 with a minimum score of 21 in each of the four areas and a TWE of at least 5.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System (Academic)): Overall score: 6.5 with 6.0 on Writing Band

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment): Overall score: 70

Application deadline: Fall - Apply by January 15 (Early Admission); Spring - Apply by November 15 (Regular Admission)

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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