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          SFU Graduate Studies: Future Students

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          SFU is the first Canadian research university to gain U.S. accreditation. The university was also the first Canadian school to be accepted to the NCAA.

          The decision to enter graduate studies is life-changing. It may lead you to move out of your home city, your country, and may even take you around the world.

          Our suggested next steps:

          1. Before you apply, review the kinds of programs you would like, and whether you need to find a supervisor.
          2. Contact the department you’re interested in with program-specific admission questions
          3. Read about our Application Process
          4. Go to our Online Application System

          Graduate Programs

          Over 5,000 post-graduate students are currently enrolled in graduate programs in our eight faculties.

          We also welcome visiting research students.

          Application Deadlines

          Departmental and faculty graduate programs set their own deadlines for applications and for consideration for graduate fellowship awards.  Some programs accept applications throughout the year.

          In addition, some departments have separate entrance awards with very early application deadlines.

          Please consult the website of your destination program for its application deadlines, as well as deadlines for entrance awards.

          Admissions Handbook

          The Graduate Student Handbook provides useful information about the policies and procedures you will need to know as a graduate student at Simon Fraser University.

          Find a Supervisor

          A key part of your graduate experience is your relationship with your supervisor. Please see our advice on how to find a supervisor for your research.

          Financial Assistance and Employment

          Each graduate program sets its own policy on financial assistance, and applicants should contact programs directly for information. See:

          Some graduate programs also have co-op work options.

          International students' spouses or common-law partners may apply for Canadian work permits: See full guide.

          See also: Cost of Living Calculator

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