Are you interested in part of the technological movement that improves our global standard of living?
SFU’s Faculty of Applied Sciences houses four different schools: Computing Science, Engineering Science, Mechatronic Systems Engineering and Sustainable Energy Engineering. Explore our Incoming Students pages to learn about each program and its applied research from distinguished professors, opportunities that will be available to you from our co-op office and about everyday life on campus from current students.
If the Faculty of Applied Sciences is the right fit for you, please visit our next steps pages below to learn about our transition programs and for assistance with course registration.
Prospective student events:
Want to learn more about the programs and opportunities within Applied Sciences? Sign up for one of our information sessions, which will run until January.
Come tour our facilities at the Burnaby and Surrey campuses, or chat with a current Applied Sciences student online.
Incoming student events:
Are you a new student to SFU?
Register for TechConnect: a student-experience program aimed to ease your transition from high school into the Faculty of Applied Sciences.
Sessions run throughout the fall and spring semesters!
1. Accept Offer by Deadline
Once you’ve paid your admission deposit, we know that you’ve accepted our offer of admission.
2. Explore Your Program
Our supportive community of faculty, staff, and current students are eager to welcome you into our programs and answer your questions! Watch the videos below to learn more about your program and the experiences that await.
3. Prepare for Your First Term
Start planning for your first semester at SFU. Learn about which courses to take and engage with online transitioning programing.
4. Enroll into Courses
You will receive an email that indicates your enrollment date and time for your first semester. This will also appear on your Student Services Centre (go.sfu.ca). You may use the resources below to learn how to seemlessly enroll into your courses.