Eligibility and Requirements
The SFU-Zhejiang University Computing Science Dual Degree Program (DDP) is open to domestic and international students, with the exception of students originally from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, who must hold Canadian citizenship for a minimum of four years (before April 30th of the year of admission) and have lived in Canada for at least two of the four years immediately prior to April 30th of the year in which admission is being sought, in order to be eligible. Those who do not hold Canadian citizenship may instead gain admission to the program by applying via Zhejiang University (ZJU) and taking the national college entrance exam.
A Chinese language background is NOT required for admission to the DDP.
Undergraduate Computing Science Dual Degree Program
High School Applicants:
Required grade 11 and 12 courses for admissions are the same as the ones stipulated in the general admission requirements for Computing Science at SFU.
The Dual Degree Program (DDP) seeks highly-motivated students who have demonstrated strong competence in one or more of the following areas: intellectual curiosity and promise, ability to adapt to change and openness to new experience, teamwork and ability to take initiatives, leadership and drive to overcome challenges, extra-curricular, volunteer and community activities in addition to academic performance. Each application will be assessed based on the combination of academic scores and supplemental information.
Current SFU Students:
Admission to the Dual Degree Program for current SFU students is evaluated on an individual basis. We encourage you to email firstname.lastname@example.org for an assessment. Please include your SFU student number and a copy of your ADVISING transcript in your email.
Learn more about the application process.
Graduate Computing Science Dual Degree Program
Please refer to information about the Graduate Dual Degree Program.