Simon Fraser University first opened in 1965, since then, the University is Canada’s leading comprehensive university. SFU focuses on innovative education, cutting-edge research, and community outreach intersect. The university’s strategic vision is to be Canada’s leading community-engaged research university. The University is located in Canada on British Columbia’s west coast. The University prides to be Canada’s most engaged university; thus, SFU serves the social, economic, environmental, and cultural contributions to the community.
Simon Fraser University is consistently ranked at the top of the world’s leading universities. SFU is 1st Canadian member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The SFU staff is over 6500, providing a broad range of programmes for undergraduate and graduate studies, including professional development courses. The University comprises 65 research Centres and Institutes and eight Faculties with extensive study areas:
- Applied Sciences;
- Arts and Social Sciences;
- Beedie School of Business;
- Communication, Art and Technology;
- Health Sciences;
Simon Fraser University encompasses three campuses: Vancouver, Burnaby, and Surrey. Each campus provides a wide range of services, including library services, bookstore, dining services, residence and housing, career advice, Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), student clubs, and many activities.