As part of your application you will need to submit a résumé, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions you have attended, and three letters of reference.
Submit a résumé in PDF or Word format, outlining your education and professional experience. Include your contact information. Clearly label the file with your name for easy reference.
Have an official transcript sent directly from all post secondary institutions you have attended to:
UFV Admissions University of the Fraser Valley 33844 King Road Abbotsford, BC V2S 7M8 Canada
Be sure to follow official transcript guidelines.
Letters of reference
Arrange for three references to fill out the Admission Reference form and to email it directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. At least one must be from an academic, and at least one must be from someone who can speak to your work experience.
Complete and submit UFV online application for Graduate Studies before October 31. A $75 (CDN) application fee applies for domestic students; $250 (CDN) for international students.
Register for courses
UFV Admissions will notify you of an admission decision and provide you with a student ID number and information on how to access myUFV, UFV's student services portal, in order to register for courses.
In cases where interim transcripts are submitted, an admission decision may be made conditional upon completion of academic requirements. Proof of completion of entrance requirements is due by the end August.
Registration deposit for domestic students
Before domestic students can register, they must submit a $200 registration deposit. This money will be applied toward tuition fees. Final payment of all course fees is due the end of the second week of classes. Learn how to pay.
Registration deposit for international students
Please refer to your letter of acceptance to find out the amount required before you can register. Learn how to pay.
Attend the orientation session to kick start your learning journey
An orientation session will be held on the Abbotsford campus to help you get started.
Those unable to attend in person can arrange to participate through video conferencing.
You will receive details about the information session closer to the January 2018 start date.