University of The Fraser Valley

The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is a public university located in the Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1974 as Fraser Valley College, it gained university status in 2008. UFV offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including arts, sciences, business, health sciences, and trades. With multiple campuses in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, and Hope, UFV serves a diverse student population, both domestically and internationally. The university is known for its strong community connections, commitment to student success, and innovative teaching methods.

Adult Education
Agricultural Science, Horticulture major — bachelor's degree
Agriculture Management — Bachelor of Business Administration
Anthropology — Bachelor of Arts
Applied Ethical and Political Philosophy — Bachelor of Arts
Art History — Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts
Arts — Bachelor of Arts
Aviation — Bachelor of Business Administration degree
Business Administration — bachelor's degree
Environmental Studies — bachelor's degree
Biology — Bachelor of Science
Chemistry — Bachelor of Science
Child and Youth Care — Bachelor of Arts
Communications — Bachelor of Arts
Computing Science — Bachelor of Science
Computer Information Systems — bachelor's degree
Creative Writing — Bachelor of Arts
Creative Writing — Bachelor of Fine Arts
Criminal Justice — Bachelor of Arts
Economics — Bachelor of Arts
Education — bachelor's degree
English — Bachelor of Arts
Environmental Studies (Natural Sciences) — bachelor's degree
Fine Arts — Bachelor of Fine Arts
French — Bachelor of Arts
Geography — Bachelor of Arts
Global Development Studies — Bachelor of Arts
Graphic and Digital Design — Bachelor of Fine Arts
History — Bachelor of Arts
Indigenous Studies — Bachelor of Arts degree
Integrated Studies — bachelor's degree
Integrated Studies, Applied Management concentration — bachelor's degree
Integrated Studies, Aviation theme — bachelor's degree
Kinesiology — bachelor's degree
Latin American Studies — Bachelor of Arts
Mathematics & Statistics — Bachelor of Science
Media and Communication Studies — Bachelor of Fine Arts
Media and Communication Studies — Bachelor of Arts
Media Arts — bachelor's degree
Nursing — Bachelor of Science
Peace and Conflict Studies — Bachelor of Arts
Philosophy — Bachelor of Arts
Physical Geography — Bachelor of Science
Physics — Bachelor of Science
Political Science — Bachelor of Arts
Psychology — Bachelor of Arts
Science — Bachelor of Science
Social Work — Bachelor of Social Work
Sociology — Bachelor of Arts
Theatre — Bachelor of Arts
Theatre — Bachelor of Fine Arts
Trades Management — Bachelor of Business Administration
Visual Arts — Bachelor of Fine Arts
LPN access to Nursing — Bachelor of Science
Regional and Community Planning — bachelor's degree
Actuarial Science
Applied Computing
Applied Economics & Policy
Automative Engineering
Biological Sciences
Masters of Business Administration
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Civil Engineering
Communication & Social Justice
Computer Science
Earth Science
Education & Educational Studies
Electrica Engineering
Engineering Management
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Science
Film & Media Arts
Industrial Engineering
Master of Management
Masters of Materials Chemistry And Engineering
Master of Science in Translational Health Sciences
Mathematics & Statistics
Mechanical Engineering - Automotive Option
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Biotechnology
Political Science
Social Work
Visual Arts

Admission Requirements


Undergraduate Programs Requirements:

  • Intermediate (12 years of education)/ A- Level or equivalent qualification with at-least 70% marks.
  • IELTS: overall score of 6.5, no band less than 6.0.

Note: Requirements may vary for different programs.

Graduate Programs Requirements:

  • Atleast 3.0 CGPA in graduation or equivalent degree.
  • IELTS: overall score of 6.5, no band less than 6.

Note: Requirements may vary for different programs.


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