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
Planning Your Budget
How much will your first year at SFU cost? Below are some helpful resources to prepare for your admission to the university.
Cost Calculator and Typical Costs
The Undergraduate Budget Estimator is a free online tool provided to assist undergraduate students in the budgeting and planning of finances.
For graduate students, please use the cost estimator on the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.
You may also refer to the list of typical costs expected for an undergraduate student at SFU. Note that these tools provide only an approximation.
Awards, Bursaries, and Scholarships Database
Students are eligible for a variety of financial assistance programs including scholarships, bursaries, awards, work-study and government student loans.
For a complete list of financial assistance opportunities, please refer to the SFU Awards, Bursaries, and Scholarships Database.
Application Fee Waiver
SFU will waive the admission application fee for citizens from the countries affected by the United States (US) travel ban— Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen—who are non-residents of Canada.
This waiver is available to new applicants and to those who are currently studying in the US who wish to transfer or to continue their education at SFU as a student.