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Canadian Universities   

University College Of Fraser Valley

Location & Facilities
List of Departments
Courses offered


The university of Fraser valley is located at the east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada .It is fully accredited, public university enrolling more than 14,000 students per year. In 2010, GLOBE & MAIL CANADIAN UNIVERSITY REPORT , UFV  earned the most As and A+s than any private university in the state  for satisfied students, quality of education and teaching  and in class size respectively.


UFV tied with Vancouver Island University for top spot among public universities in BC in all size categories.

UFV offers 15 bachelors degrees, one applied masters degree ,  and more than 80 certificates and diploma programs in applied and academic areas. , including trades.


The university believes  that anyone who wants to go to university should be given a fair chance, so the  admission policies are flexible, and students are  provided  university prep courses and high school completion for those who aren't quite ready. Students can learn in a variety of ways: full-time, part-time, in-class, online, as part of a structured program or one tailored completely to their interests.


Many of the  programs “ladder” into one another, allowing students to keep their options open by earning a one-year certificate and/or a two-year diploma on the way to completing a full degree. Others offer a co-operative education option, where students can combine study with supervised, professional, paid, work experience. The university’s thriving international programming makes for a culturally diverse student community and great opportunities to study abroad . Our continuing studies and academic upgrading offerings make learning a lifelong experience. Many clubs, events, and activities enhance student life on campus and the  award-winning Cascades  athletics teams are highly competitive.


University accreditations
The university of the fraser valley is a member (1998), of the Association of universities & colleges of Canada (AUCC)


(AUCC), is a national association founded in 1911, that includes in its membership such universities as York, Queen’s , Dalhousie, mount Allison, memorial, Mc. Gill & university of Toronto, Calgary, Alberta & Winnipeg.

























Location & Facilities

UFV has campuses in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, and Mission, with regional centres in Hope and Agassiz, and a growing presence in Chandigarh, India. In Fall 2007, development of a beautiful new 80-acre campus in the Canada Education Park along the historic Vedder River in Chilliwack came into existence




















List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of science
  • Faculty of profffessional studies
  • Faculty of trades
  • Faculty of access & continuing education
  • Graduate studies

























Courses Offered

Sr. no Level Name of the Program
1 UG Bachelor’s of science (major)biology , chemistry, mathematics’ , physics, physical geography
2 UG Bachelor’s of science(Hons)(physical geography, physics )
3 UG Computer information systems
4 UG Arts in adult education
5 UG Child and youth care
6 UG Criminal justice
7 UG Business administration (agricultural management )
8 UG Business administration(aviation)
9 UG Business administration (trade management )
10 UG Fine arts
11 UG General studies
12 UG Kinesiology
13 UG Bachelors of science
14 UG Bachelors of science in nursing
15 UG Bachelors of social work
16 PG Criminal justice














































For programs with applications for specific intakes, submit your application as early as possible within the application period for the intake:



Application Period Starts

Application Deadline

Fall (September)

October 1

January 31*

Winter (January)

August 1

September 30*

Summer (May)

October 1

December 31*

*These are the deadlines for competitive entry, and the recommended deadlines for all programs. Programs with seats available after these dates may accept applications later. Late applicants can expect to register after all other applicants.