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SFU will waive the admission application fee for undergraduate and graduate admissions for citizens from the seven countries affected by the U.S. travel ban: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, who are non-residents of Canada. This waiver is available to new applicants and to those who are currently studying in the United States. who wish to transfer or to continue their education at SFU as a student.

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international student?

Find out about our programs, opportunities, admission requirements, and more.

US travel ban

SFU will waive the admission application fee for undergraduate and graduate admissions for citizens from the seven countries affected by the U.S. travel ban: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, who are non-residents of Canada. This waiver is available to new applicants and to those who are currently studying in the United States. who wish to transfer or to continue their education at SFU as a student.

For more information and application assistance, please contact Undergraduate Admissions.

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