SFU/Langara Indigenous Transfer Pathway Agreement

The SFU-Langara Indigenous Transfer Pathway is a collaboration between SFU and Langara College that offers support for Indigenous students currently attending Langara. Specified admission requirements and entrance awards lead to a bachelor degree at SFU. ("Indigenous" refers to Canadian students who identify as First Nations, Métis or Inuit.)

Step 1

Before you can apply for the SFU-Langara ITP, you need to be a registered student at Langara College. Be sure to self-identify as Indigenous on your application.

To attend Langara College:

  • You must have successfully completed a BC secondary program (Grade 12) or equivalent; or
  • You must be at least 19 years of age on the first day of your first semester; or
  • You must have successfully completed an Adult Basic Education (ABE) or General Educational Development (GED) program;

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Step 2

Enroll in the SFU-Langara Indigenous Transfer Pathway. You can enroll at any point during your time at Langara, so long as it’s before you apply to SFU.

Step 3

Submit your SFU-Langara ITP Application Form to the Gathering Space. Once you have filled out your SFU-Langara ITP Application Form, email it to indigenous@langara.ca or drop it off at the Gathering Space (C140).

Step 4

Meet with Langara's Indigenous Education and Services team to create a transition plan. Once you have a transition plan in place, request a statement of completion to submit as part of your SFU application. To get started, please email indigenous@langara.ca. Students must meet SFU transfer admission requirements.


Up to five Indigenous Entrance Awards are designated to Langara students in the pathway. For more information visit Indigenous Entrance Awards.


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