Fraser International College, (FIC), in association with Simon Fraser University, (SFU), one of Canada’s leading universities, offers international students a unique pathway to an undergraduate degree.
University-designed curriculum, taught by SFU faculty, FIC programs are specifically designed to support transition from high school to university studies and to help students adjust to a new culture and country. Upon successful application to FIC, students will receive a combined Letter of Offer for the program at FIC and subsequent degree at SFU.
With over 100 distinct programs across eight faculties and cooperative education placements in exciting companies in Canada and abroad, students can start at FIC and transition easily into Simon Fraser University.
Masters of Business Administration through SFU
Students who successfully complete the pre-master at FIC progress to the prestigious SFU MBA. This 12 month MBA program includes an international field trip and a four month paid coop placement at the end of the 12 month program.
This 16 week, competitive entry, pre-Master’s program (PMP), helps students prepare for the rigor of the SFU MBA program. Its unique curriculum is delivered with participation in small group work, enhancing critical thinking skills and further developing communication and language skills.
One Year, University Transfer Program Stage II, (UTP Stage II)
- Arts & Social Sciences
- Communication, Art & Technology
- Business Administration
- Health Sciences
- Computing Science
- Engineering Science
Eight month, University Transfer Program Stage I, (UTP Stage I)
For students who have completed their grade 12 but who do not have sufficient grades for entry into UTP Stage II, FIC offers this unique, in-house program to prepare students for entry to university level program. It consists of eight academic courses, over two terms, (four courses per term).
Two-year Associate of Arts Degree
This program covers a broad range of subjects and upon completion application can be made to transfer to a third year of a relevant degree program at Simon Fraser University.