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Find resources and services
SFU supports their students throughout their entire graduate studies. This page helps you to find resources and services that are particuarly useful for international graduate students.
Sign up for a maillist of your geographic region!
Sometimes it is nice to share some questions or thoughts even before arriving at a new place. Or perhaps you can find a potential roommate. Or you can set up a meetup for the first days after your arrival to explore SFU and Vancouver together.
After the sign-up period, you will be added to the maillist and a list of all new students who signed up will be circulated.
Sign-up period for new students in fall 2019 ends
Sunday, July 20, 2019
As an international graduate student, there are so many things to consider. Study permits, health insurance, and for which scholarships and awards am I eligible? Find what you are looking for and whom to ask your questions with this directory.
English as Additional Language Support
Still have questions?
Contact the International Graduate Student Coordinator at Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Hundreds of SFU graduate students are multilingual speakers with a native language other than English, or have just begun their experience in a new (academic) culture. We have compiled a list of professional development resources at SFU that will help you become a competent actor in a multicultural and multilingual environment.