Born in 1965, SFU has become Canada's leading comprehensive university with vibrant campuses in British Columbia's largest municipalities — Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey — and deep roots in partner communities throughout the province and around the world.
We offer a wide variety of program options for you to build your own undergraduate degree - majors, minors, and certificates can be combined to create an experience unique to you. Master's and doctoral degrees are available in all eight of our faculties.
If it’s flexibility you’re after, try distance education or nights and weekends classes. For workplace skills and a global perspective, check out our Co-op and Study Abroad programs. Enrich your studies through non-academic programs that include leadership and mentorship opportunities, and sports and recreation activities.
SFU researchers work across the arts, humanities and sciences to advance knowledge in key areas set out in the Strategic Research Plan. We engage students and communities to help solve research problems and deliver results that matter.
Simon Fraser University is among Canada's leading comprehensive universities and consistently ranks as one of the top employers in the country.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The International Services for Students (ISS) office provides support and services for all students seeking information regarding a variety of international learning opportunities. Specific services and supports include:
Wondering where to live at SFU? We have options to suit students, families, staff, faculty and visitors.
Living in residences at SFU allows you to explore endless opportunities, create new experiences and lifelong friendships, and pursue passions. Our vibrant, diverse, and inclusive community welcomes students from all over the world. Immerse yourself in the university life and academic experience. Explore and find the campus that's right for you!
SFU’s libraries are vibrant educational hubs that support learning, research and community engagement.
SFU offers all the technology support and solutions you need to teach, work and learn in the 21st century.
The university offers state-of-the-art technology and telecommunications services as well as video and web conferencing.
Campus Safety & Security Services is committed to engaging our community to make SFU a safe and secure environment to live, learn, and work. Campus Safety & Security Services is dedicated to providing the best public safety and resource protection services to our University community.
The Simon Fraser Student Society is a student-led organization that represents and advocates for the interests of the 26,000+ undergraduate students at SFU. As an undergraduate student, YOU are a member of the SFSS and benefit from all the services and opportunities we offer.
The NWCCU is one of six independent regional agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to evaluate the quality and institutional effectiveness of post-secondary institutions. Simon Fraser is being accredited by a U.S. agency because Canada doesnt have a comparable institutional accreditation body.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
My experience has been good so far. The majority of my professors are very competent, and grading and assignments have been fair. The campus is nice, but plagued by constant construction.
I've really enjoyed getting invested in the class materials but also am grateful to be feeling a sense of achievement with the development of my person as a whole through the opportunities my school has provided me academically.
As a student I have been extensively involved in my University community, which has allowed me to develop strong interpersonal skills, as a result, it has allowed me to work closely with my peers while supporting the University community as a whole. These experiences at Simon Fraser University has allowed me to grow as an individual and learn how to adapt to a new...