Departments & Programs
- Why an Arts and Social Sciences Degree Matters
- Applied Legal Studies (Master's degree)
- Cognitive Science
- First Nations Studies
- French Cohort
- Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
- Global Asia
- Graduate Liberal Studies (Master's degree)
- Hellenic Studies
- International Studies
- Labour Studies
- Language Training Institute
- Political Science
- Public Policy (Master's degree)
- Urban Studies (Master's degree)
- World Literature
- High School Visits
Undergraduate Programs Admission
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$79.50 payable by credit card online (non-refundable)
$250 Canadian students
$750 for International students
Admission FAQ: Get answers to the most common admissions questions.
In-person admission advising is offered at the SFU Burnaby and Surrey campuses. You can either book an appointment or attend a drop-in advising session.
High School Admissions
College and University Transfers
See the new admission requirements for Fall 2019.
- Canadian college/university
- A BC/Yukon transfer guide listing all first and second year transferable courses along with the SFU equivalent is available at the BC Transfer Guide. Note: Courses not listed in the transfer guide are not transferable.
- American college/university
- International college/university
FASS Transfer Path Initiative
The ease of your transfer to FASS depends on two factors: how many courses your college offers that articulate/ or are accepted for admission by FASS majors, and how many students apply in any given year — this affects your incoming transfer average.
Nine FASS Departments are committed to links with local colleges like Douglas and Langara, and committed to helping you declare your major at SFU, maximizing your transfer credits, and finding space in classes. These departments will set up an appointment with an advisor to smooth the pathways to transfer to your major at SFU.
Graduate Programs Admission
Before applying for admission, you should obtain information about admission requirements and procedures. All applications for admission are adjudicated by the academic departments. See the full list of SFU's graduate programs and their corresponding department website.
The Graduate Admissions page in the SFU Calendar outlines all requirements for admission to SFU's graduate programs.
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Applications to SFU's graduate programs are done through Graduate Admission Application System.
For help with the application process, please refer to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.