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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.)
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;
Langara Admission Advisors
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.
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 email@example.com. Students must meet SFU transfer admission requirements.
Up to five Aboriginal Entrance Awards are designated to Langara students in the pathway. For more information visit Aboriginal Entrance Awards.