University of the Fraser Valley
The Institution of the Fraser Valley, founded in 1974, is a government university that offers degree programmes in accounting, teaching, business technology, and aviation. The university provides two master's degrees, 19 undergraduate degrees, and over 110 online courses. On April 21, 2008, the university was granted official university status. The institution currently includes five faculties, one graduate school, and one arts college. As the university expanded, it founded the Centre for Social Research and the Global Development Institute in 2009. Furthermore, the university launched a number of new graduate certificate programmes in 2010.

Cost of attendance

Students wishing to attend the University of the Fraser Valley should budget around 30,000 CAD for their first year of study, which includes tuition and living expenses in Canada.


The University of the Fraser Valley offers both on-campus and off-campus housing. Baker House, the University's on-campus student home, is located on the Abbotsford campus. It comprises 102 suites with a total capacity of 204 students. On-campus housing costs about $3,401 per semester. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total enrollment of 15000 students. Nearly 1,000 international students are served by UFV International. The University has a 77 percent acceptance rate.


The University of the Fraser Valley has campuses all around Canada, as well as an overseas campus in Chandigarh, India. The main campus of the institution is located in Abbotsford, and it includes a library, office spaces, a cafeteria, a residential area, a bookshop, and sports and student centres. The second site, located in Canada Education Park, is in Chilliwack. There is a dental clinic, a nursing station, a theatre, and a performance lab on campus. The Mission Campus at Heritage Park Centre also provides graphic and digital design education. Other major centres at the institution include the Aerospace Centre, the Agriculture Centre, the Hope Centre, and the Trades and Technology Centre.


The university is accredited by Association Of Universities And Colleges Of Canada.

Jobs and Placement

The university includes a career centre where students can get help exploring work opportunities in Canada. The career centre arranges job fairs and workshops to help students improve their employability skills. The university uses the CareerLink site to connect businesses and prospective employees. Individual counselling and advice are also given to students in order to help them find the correct professional path. Graduates of the University of Fraser Valley may expect to earn an average salary of 75,000 CAD. Cheif Information Officer is the highest-paying job title, with a salary package of up to 143,430 CAD.

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