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Requirements for Canadian Students

FDU degree programs require British Columbia Grade 12 graduation (or equivalent provincial high school diploma) including English 12 and Principles of Mathematics 12 (or equivalent). Provincially examinable courses and the SAT are not required by the University. Students who have completed Communication 12 and Principles of Math 11 may qualify to complete FDU - Vancouver's Pre-University Program and may then enter the undergraduate program of their choice. Applicants must provide two letters of recommendation from a teacher or instructor, or from an employer. Students applying to the Master of Administrative Science program must also provide a Statement of Purpose for entry into the program. Transfer students are accepted. FDU - Vancouver is a program member of the British Columbia Council on Admission and Transfer. Until further notice, credit will be awarded on a case by case basis.

Requirements for International Students

International students are required to have completed high school and meet the university entrance standards in their country of study. Students must also submit proof of English language proficiency by providing a standardized test score or proof of having completed their high school education at a school where English is the primary language of instruction. Students from the United States, Bermuda, the Bahamas, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand do not need to submit test scores. Applicants who have previously attended a high school, college, or university in the United States or Canada for more than two years and have earned passing grades in English courses may be exempt from an English proficiency exam. The following exams and scores are accepted as proof of proficiency in English: TOEFL Computer based: 213 or higher (190 for PUP program) Internet based: 79 or higher (68 for PUP program Paper based: 550 or higher (520 for PUP program) IELTS Overall band: 6.0 or higher (5.5 for PUP program) SAT Verbal score: 420 or higher Students may also satisfy their English language requirement through completing their studies through a pathway program at one of our partner language schools. See the Web site for more details. Applicants must provide two letters of recommendation from a teacher or instructor, or from an employer if the applicant has not been attending school recently.Students applying to the Master of Administrative Science program must also provide a Statement of Purpose for entry into the program.

Procedure for Canadian Students

Submit an FDU application form online or download a form from the Web site along with: - A $40.00 application fee - Official secondary/high school transcripts. - Two letters of recommendation. - Official post secondary transcripts and copy of degree (For MAS applicants) - Statement of Purpose (For MAS applicants) FDU - Vancouver offers three intakes a year beginning in September, January, and May. Applications and scholarships are processed on a rolling basis, so it is best to apply as early as possible. Scholarships are not available for the Master of Administrative Science program.

Procedure for International Students

Submit an FDU application form online or download a form from the Web site along with: - A $40.00 application fee - Official secondary/high school transcripts. - Two letters of recommendation. - Official post secondary transcripts and copy of degree (For MAS applicants) - Statement of Purpose (For MAS applicants) FDU - Vancouver offers three intakes a year beginning in September, January, and May. Applications and scholarships are processed on a rolling basis, so it is best to apply as early as possible. Scholarships are not available for the Master of Administrative Science program.

Academic Year

Type of SystemContinuous
Entrance DatesJanuary, May, September
Language of InstructionEnglish
Modified on August 06, 2014

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