Canadian students and landed immigrants can either apply online for faster processing or submit a paper application to the Office of the Registrar.
Follow the steps to apply to UFV to find all the links you need to complete the process. To receive a letter of acceptance, be sure to submit all required documents.
International students can either apply online for faster processing or submit a paper application to UFV International.
Simply follow the eight easy steps to apply, where you will find links to either an online or paper application. Note that you cannot receive an official letter of acceptance until you have submitted all required documents and paid your fees.
In order to be eligible for admission to an academic program at UFV, students should have received their high school diploma. Please note program requirements vary depending on each individual program, so check the requirements for your goal program carefully. Please consult a copy of the UFV Academic Calendar for detailed admissions requirements for each program.
There are three levels of entrance requirements that students must meet to qualify for admission at UFV:
1. General requirements
Applicants must have completed the equivalent to Canadian grade 12 for admission to all academic programs.
2. English language proficiency requirements
Check out the full listing of English requirements for UFV’s academic, University Foundation and ESL programs.
3. Program requirements
Please note program requirements vary depending on each individual program, so check the requirements for your goal program carefully. Please consult a copy of the UFV Academic Calendar or contact us at email@example.com for detailed admissions requirements for each program.
Canadian students, please review the How to Apply section of our website to learn more about the documents required for admission.
Generally, students will need to submit the following:
International students, please include the following with your application:
If you do not have all your documents available when you apply online, you can send them to us later. Transcripts must be submitted in hard copy.
The application fee for Canadian citizens and permanent residents is $45 CAD.
When you complete your online application, you can pay by credit card online, or pay by one of the other following options:
-In person (cash, cheque, money order, bank draft, or debit card)
-By phone (credit card)
-Online or telephone banking
The application fee for international students is $150 CAD. You can pay this after you apply; it does not need to be submitted at the same time as your application. However, we encourage you to pay your application fee as soon as possible so we can begin processing your application.
Find out how to pay.
Yes, UFV accepts transfer credits from accredited post-secondary institutions. To have your credentials evaluated, you must first submit an application to the university.
In addition to the documents required for the general application, please include the following documents for a transfer credit evaluation:
1. An official transcript detailing the courses you've taken at another school. See guidelines for official transcripts.
2. The post-secondary transcript evaluation requires an additional document evaluation fee. This fee does not apply to Canadian post-secondary institutions.
In some cases, UFV may also ask you to submit course outlines or syllabi (detailed course descriptions) in English. .
The transfer credit evaluation process can take up to eight weeks. Apply early if you wish to transfer post-secondary credits.
Admission at UFV for many programs is on a "first applied, first admitted" basis. This means we will continue admitting students until our programs are full. We can still accept applications after the application deadlines if there is space in the program. If there is no space in the program, we may defer your application to the next intake.
Please note that many of our popular programs will fill up prior to the admission deadline, so apply early for best selection. Check Programs Accepting Applications for an up-to-date status on seats available in your program.
No, if you have taken English 12 or a transferrable first-year English course from a recognized Canadian post-secondary institution, then you do not need to provide an additional English language test score with your application.