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INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT GUIDE 2020/21
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DISCOVER
YOUR STORY
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#1                                    2nd
At Fraser International College (FIC) and
Simon Fraser University (SFU) you’ll explore
until you find your path, your story. Your
experience will be entirely yours.

It may be different than you’re expecting
                                               Comprehensive                         In Canada for faculty
– probably a little tougher, but more
                                               university in Canada                  research impact
                                               Maclean’s, 2019                       QS World University Rankings, 2018
meaningful, too. And our team is here to

                                                   Top 1%
guide and support you every step of the
way, from orientation to convocation.

Offering innovative programs with a
focus on academic excellence in addition
to a vibrant campus community, it’s no
wonder SFU is consistently ranked one of                         Worldwide Rankings
Canada’s top universities. You’ll be taught                       QS World University Rankings, 2018

                                               FIRST
by world-renowned educators, building
connections with talented students who                                                   Ashoka U Changemaker
share your passion for learning.                                                         designated campus in
                                                                                         British Columbia

                                                                    8 faculties
                                                                    150 distinct programs
                                                                    35,000+ students
                                                                    130,000+ alumni

                                               Top 100 Top 55
                                               SFU hosts Cedar - one of
                                               the top 100 most powerful              Among the world’s
                                               academic supercomputers                technology challengers
                                               in the world                           Times Higher Education, 2018

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SFU
    PROGRAM OPTIONS                                                                                                             RESOURCE
                                                                                                                                AND ENVIRONMENTAL
                                                                                                                                                                 ARCHAEOLOGY

                                                                                                                                                                                               ENVIRONMENTAL
    When you apply to SFU, you will choose a faculty                                                                            MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                               SCIENCES

    and a program. But that’s just where you start.
    Once you’re here you’ll have the freedom to explore
                                                                                                                        Planning
                                                                                                                                                  FACULTY OF
                                                                                                                                                  ENVIRONMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                               GEOGRAPHIC
    different courses, programs and disciplines. Where                                                                                                                                                         INFORMATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                               SCIENCE
    and when you’ll discover your story remains to be
    seen (and that, we think, is part of the fun).
                                                                                                                                         PHYSICAL                                                 GLOBAL
                                                                                                                                         GEOGRAPHY                                                ENVIRONMENTAL
    LEGEND                     MAJORS                     Minors, Concentrations, areas of interest                                                                                               SYSTEMS

                                                                                                                                                                           HUMAN
                                                                                                                                                                           GEOGRAPHY

                                     Chronic and
                                     Infectious Disease
                                                                Environmental and                                               Elementary              Secondary
           Social Inequities                                    Occupational Health                                             Generalist              Mathematics
           and Health                                                                                                                                   Education
                                                                                                                                                                             Secondary
                                                                                                                                                                             Teaching

                                                                                       Global
                                                                                       Health                                                                                       Counselling
                                                                                                                                                        Teacher Education           and Human
                                                                                                                                                                                    Development

                               FACULTY OF
                                                                                                                  Environmental                         Programs
                                                                                                                  Education
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Curriculum

                               HEALTH SCIENCES
                                                                                                                                                                                                       and Instruction

    Social and

                                                                                                                                                           FACULTY OF
                                                                                                                          French
    Health Policy
                                                                                                                          Education
    Sciences
                                                                                                                                        Physical                                                                 Early
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Learning

                                                                                                                                                           EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                        Education
                                                                         Health Care
                                                                         Systems

                    Population and
                    Public Health                                                                                                                                                                          Educational
                                                   Mental Health                                                                                                                                           Psychology

                                                                                                                                                       Social                          Learning and
                                                                                                                                                       Justice                         Developmental
                                                                                                                                                                                       Disabilities
                                                               WORLD
                                                               LITERATURE
                                                                                                     BEHAVIOURAL
                                                                                                     NEUROSCIENCE
                                                                                                                              Police         Legal
                               PSYCHOLOGY                                         ANTHROPOLOGY                                Studies        Studies
                                                      SOCIOLOGY

                                                                                                                                         CRIMINOLOGY
                                                                                                        COGNITIVE SCIENCE
                                                                                                                                                                 ECONOMICS
                                     POLITICAL SCIENCE

                                                                                                                                                                 ENGLISH
              Law and                PHILOSOPHY
              Philosophy
                                                                         FACULTY OF                                                                                          FIRST NATIONS

                                                                         ARTS AND SOCIAL
                                                                                                                                                                             STUDIES

                                LINGUISTICS                                                                                                                                FRENCH

                                                                         SCIENCES                                                                FRENCH COHORT
                                                                                                                                                                                French for
                                                                                                                                                                                Prospective
                                                                                                                                                 PROGRAM                        Teachers

                                                                                                                                          GENDER, SEXUALITY,
                      Latin American                                                                                                      AND WOMEN’S STUDIES
                      Studies                                LABOUR                     HUMANITIES                      Gerontology
                                          Language           STUDIES
                                          Training                               INTERNATIONAL
                                          Institute                              STUDIES                        Global Asia
                                                                       Italian
                                                                       Studies                        HISTORY

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GEOGRAPHIC
                                                                                                                                            INFORMATION
                                                                                                                                            SCIENCE
                                                                                                    COMPUTING SCIENCE
                                                                                                    DUAL DEGREE WITH
                                                                                                    ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                                                                                 MECHATRONIC
                                                                                                                                                                 SYSTEMS
                                                       Computing/                                                                                                ENGINEERING
                                                       Mathematics

                                  Computational
                                  Linguistics                      Information

                                                                                               FACULTY OF
                                                                   Systems

                                                                                               APPLIED SCIENCES                                                     Biomedical
                                                                                                                                                                    Engineering

                                                       COMPUTING
                                                       SCIENCE                                                                                                                  Computer
                                                                                                                                                                                Engineering

                                           Computing/Molecular
                                           Biology and Biochemistry                                                                       Systems
                                                                                                                                          Engineering
                                                                                           SUSTAINABLE                                                                  ENGINEERING SCIENCE
                                                                                           ENERGY
                                                                                           ENGINEERING

                                                                                                                       SOFTWARE
                                               EARTH                                                                   SYSTEMS                                                  Electronics
                            CHEMISTRY                                                                                  (COMPUTING)                      Engineering             Engineering
                                               SCIENCES                                                                                                 Physics
                                                                KINESIOLOGY

                      CHEMICAL
                      PHYSICS
                                                                             DATA SCIENCE
  BIOMEDICAL                                                                                     MATHEMATICAL
  PHYSIOLOGY                                                                                     PHYSICS

                                      FACULTY                                                    MATHEMATICS

                                      OF SCIENCE
                                                                                                                                                                        Innovation and
         BIOLOGICAL                                                                                                                                                     Entrepreneurship
         SCIENCES                                                                                             MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
                                                                                                              AND BIOCHEMISTRY
                                                                                            OPERATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                              Human Resource
                                                                                            RESEARCH                                                                                          Management
                                                                                                                                         Finance
 BIOLOGICAL
 PHYSICS
                                                                                                   PHYSICS
                                                                              STATISTICS

         BEHAVIOURAL
         NEUROSCIENCE
                                               APPLIED
                                               MATHEMATICS                                                                                     BEEDIE SCHOOL                                           International
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Business

                            APPLIED
                            PHYSICS
                                                                     ACTUARIAL
                                                                     SCIENCE                                            Accounting
                                                                                                                                               OF BUSINESS
       MUSIC                                                                                                                                                                                       Management
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Information
                      THEATRE             VISUAL ART                                                                                                                                               Systems

                                                                                                                             Strategic
FILM                                                                        Political Economy                                Analysis
                                                                            and Policy
                                                                                                                                                        Operations
                                                                                                                                                        Management
                                                                                                         Technology
                                                                                                         and Society                                                                   Marketing
                        Contemporary Arts
 DANCE                                                         Media
                                                               and Culture
                                                                                           COMMUNICATION

       ART, PERFORMANCE
       AND CINEMA STUDIES

                                                          FACULTY OF                                                            Design                    Media Arts

                                 Print and Digital        COMMUNICATION,
                                                          ART AND TECHNOLOGY
                                 Publishing

                                                                                                                                                          Interactive
                                                                                                                                INTERACTIVE ARTS          Systems
                                                                                                                                AND TECHNOLOGY

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VANCOUVER
#3 most livable city in the world*

      Located on Canada’s West
      Coast, Vancouver is a safe and
      welcoming city with a mild climate.
      Vancouver’s strong economy
      supports a thriving downtown
      core that offers shopping, nightlife
      and a multitude of outdoor
      recreational activities.
 4                                           *Mercer Reports, 2019
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SFU CO-OP PROGRAM

9,500             C$5,016               2,300
students in       Average income from   organisations recruiting
co-op education   12-week placement     co-op students locally
                                        and globally

BUILD                                               SFU has one of the largest co-op programs in
                                                    North America.

YOUR
                                                    Cooperative Education (co-op) allows students to
                                                    explore career options by undertaking paid work
                                                    placements during their degree program. SFU

EXPERIENCE
                                                    offers co-op in all academic disciplines across 54
                                                    undergraduate and 10 graduate programs, with
                                                    approximately 2,500 co-op work terms each year.
                                                    FIC students are eligible to apply for the co-op
                                                    program after they transfer to SFU.

             WORK PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

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YOUR
PATHWAY TO SFU

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HOW DOES THE FIC
                PATHWAY WORK?
                FIC in partnership with SFU, offers international students
                                                                                                              Your Bachelor’s
                a unique on-campus pathway to one of Canada’s leading                                             Degree
                universities. At FIC, in UTP Stage II, you study SFU first-year
                equivalent courses in smaller classes with a dedicated advising
                                                                                                                 Fourth Year
                team to help you adjust to university expectations and life in
                Canada. Upon successful completion of UTP Stage II, you are
                guaranteed progression into your second year of studies at SFU.
                UTP Stage I is available to students who require additional course                                Third Year†
                upgrading before beginning UTP Stage II.

                                                                     Associate of Arts                           Second Year*
                                                                         Degree

                                                                        UTP Stage II                  =            First Year
                            Completion of
                              Final Year
                                                                         UTP Stage I
                                                                          (Foundation)

                         SECONDARY SCHOOL                                       FIC                                     SFU
                        * Entry into second year at SFU is dependent upon successful completion of UTP Stage II with the specified GPA for
                        your program of study at SFU. † Entry into third year at SFU is dependent on your successful completion of the FIC
                        Associate of Arts degree with the GPA as specified by SFU.

Benefits of the FIC Pathway
FIC provides international students with a
supportive learning and social environment helping
you transition to life at a Canadian university and
equipping you with the skills you need to succeed
at SFU.
At FIC, you will benefit from:
• university designed programs taught by
  qualified university instructors
• smaller classes with more instructor
  contact time
• access to university facilities and services
  including libraries, computer labs, recreation
  facilities, on-campus accommodation, and
  health services
• academic and personal support to help you
  reach your goals
• guaranteed transfer upon meeting the academic
  requirements in your FIC Letter of Offer
• a combined Letter of Offer for your program at
  FIC and entry to your second year at SFU

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CHOOSE YOUR PROGRAM                                                       UTP STAGE II: ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
                                                                              Courses
    FOUNDATION                                                                Select at least one course from:
    UNIVERSITY TRANSFER PROGRAM STAGE I                                         • ENGL112 Literature Now
    (UTP STAGE I)                                                               • ENGL113 Literature and Performance
    UTP Stage I is a pre-university program designed for                        • ENGL115 Literature and Culture
    students who need to take additional courses before                         • PSYC109 Brain, Mind and Society
                                                                                • WL101         Writing in World Literature
    starting UTP Stage II.
    During UTP Stage I at FIC, you will study eight                           Select at least five courses from the following Arts and Social Sciences
    academic courses over two terms (four courses per                         and Breadth course lists:
    four-month term). After successfully completing the
                                                                              Arts and Social Sciences Courses
    program, you will progress to UTP Stage II.
                                                                                • CRIM101 Introduction to Criminology
    Courses*                                                                    • CRIM135 Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions:
    Eight courses from the following options:                                                  A Criminal Justice Perspective
                                                                                • ECON103 Principles of Microeconomics
       • BUS108 Business Management
                                                                                • ECON105 Principles of Macroeconomics
       • COM001 Introduction to Computing Concepts & Algorithms
                                                                                • ECON260 Environmental Economics
       • COM002 Introduction to Computers & Their Applications
                                                                                • ENGL112 Literature Now
       • ECN100 Introduction to Economics
                                                                                • ENGL113 Literature and Performance
       • ESR100 English Skills / Reading
                                                                                • ENGL115 Literature and Culture
       • IUW100 Introduction to University Writing
                                                                                • FNST101 Introduction to First Nations Studies
       • MTH099 Beginning with Algebra
                                                                                • FNST201 Canadian Aboriginal Peoples’ Perspectives on History
       • MTH101 Introduction to Mathematics
                                                                                • FREN120 French for Beginners
       • MTH103 Foundations of Mathematics
                                                                                • GSWS101 Gender Talk
       • PHL120      An Introduction to Philosophical Reasoning
                                                                                • HIST102 Canada Since Confederation
       • UNI101      University Life
                                                                                • HIST204 The Social History of Canada
       • WIS100 World Issues
                                                                                • IS101        Global Challenges of the 21st Century: An Introduction to
    Entry to UTP Stage II                                                                      International Studies
    * All UTP Stage I students are encouraged to check in with a member of      • LBST101 Introducing Labour Studies
    the advising team for pathway planning support, especially with regards     • LING111 Introduction to English Vocabulary Analysis
    to course and GPA requirements. Your intended UTP Stage II program          • LING200 Introduction to Sentence Analysis
    determines your UTP Stage I required courses.
                                                                                • LING220 Introduction to Linguistics
                                                                                • PHIL105 Critical Thinking
    UNDERGRADUATE                                                               • POL100       Introduction to Politics and Government
    UNIVERSITY TRANSFER PROGRAM STAGE II                                        • POL141       War, International Cooperation and Development
    (UTP STAGE II)                                                              • POL151       Justice and Law
                                                                                • POL231 Comparative Politics
    UTP Stage II is equivalent to your first year of study                      • POL232 U.S. Politics
    at SFU. After successfully completing your program                          • PSYC100 Introduction to Psychology I
    requirements at FIC, you can apply to transfer directly                     • PSYC102 Introduction to Psychology II
    into your second year of study at SFU. FIC offers the                       • PSYC109 Brain, Mind and Society
    following UTP Stage II program options:                                     • PSYC201 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
                                                                                • PSYC250 Introduction to Developmental Psychology
    •   Arts & Social Sciences
                                                                                • WL101        Writing in World Literature
    •   Business Administration                                                 • WL201        East/West Encounters
    •   Communication & Business
    •   Communication, Art & Technology                                       Breadth Courses
    •   Computing Science                                                       • ARCH100 Ancient Peoples and Places
    •   Engineering Science                                                     • BUS200 Business Fundamentals
    •   Environment                                                             • BUS216 Introduction to Business Writing
    •   Health Sciences                                                         • CA135       Introduction to Cinema
                                                                                • CMNS110 Introduction to Communication Studies
    •   Science
                                                                                • GEOG100 Our World: Introducing Human Geography
    Your FIC courses and instructors are designed                               • HSCI160 Global Perspectives on Health
    and approved by Simon Fraser University.                                    • IAT110      Visual Communication Design
    Eligibility for UTP Stage II is dependent on your                           • MATH100 Pre-calculus
                                                                                • MATH157 Calculus for the Social Sciences I
    high school qualifications.
                                                                                • STAT203 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
    To progress to the second year of the relevant degree
    program at SFU, you must complete 10 academic courses
    and achieve the minimum cumulative grade point average
    (CGPA) specified for your program of study at SFU. You
    can complete UTP Stage II in three semesters (one year).
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UTP STAGE II: ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES                                      UTP STAGE II: COMMUNICATION, ART
(CONT’D)                                                                    AND TECHNOLOGY (CONT’D)
Elective courses                                                            Entry to second year at SFU:
Students select at least four additional courses within the FIC             Students will enter the Faculty of Communication,
roster of offerings.                                                        Art and Technology in a Bachelor of Arts with a
Entry to second year at SFU: Bachelor of Arts                               Double Minor.
Courses and programs are subject to change. For the most up-to-date         In order to transfer to the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology
course information, please visit fraseric.ca. In order to transfer to the   (FCAT), you must complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point
SFU programs listed above, you must complete UTP Stage II with a            Average (cGPA) of 2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic
cumulative Grade Point Average (cGPA) of 2.5, with a grade of C- or         courses and a minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Admission to
better in ten required academic courses. Course offerings and required      Contemporary Arts Minors may also require a portfolio, audition or
courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you           interview. UTP Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic
choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP           literacy course. Course offerings and required courses may change
Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.       without notice. A student advisor can help you choose appropriate
                                                                            courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements.

UTP STAGE II: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                                       UTP STAGE II: COMMUNICATION
Required courses                                                            AND BUSINESS
  • BUS200 Business Fundamentals
  • BUS216 Business Writing Essentials                                      Required courses
  • BUS251 Financial Accounting I                                             • BUS200 Canadian Business Fundamentals
  • ECON103 Principles of Microeconomics                                      • BUS216 Business Writing Essentials
  • ECON105 Principles of Macroeconomics                                      • BUS251 Financial Accounting I
  • MATH157 Calculus for the Social Sciences I                                • CA135        Introduction to Cinema
  • PHIL105 Critical Thinking                                                 • CMNS110 Introduction to Communication Studies
                                                                              • CMNS130 Communication and Social Change
Choose one of                                                                 • ECON103 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ENGL112      Literature Now                                               • IAT102       Graphic Design
  • ENGL113      Literature & Performance                                     • IAT110       Visual Communication Design
  • ENGL115      Literature & Culture
                                                                            Choose one of
Elective courses                                                              • ENGL112        Literature Now
Two courses selected from FIC’s approved Business elective course             • ENGL113        Literature & Performance
offerings. The two electives will allow students to complete various          • ENGL115        Literature & Culture
breadth requirements.
                                                                            Entry to second year at SFU:
Entry to second year at SFU:                                                Students will enter the Faculty of Communication,
Bachelor of Business Administration                                         Art and Technology in a Bachelor of Arts with a
In order to transfer to the Bachelor of Business Administration, you        Double Minor.
must complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average
(cGPA) of 3.2, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses     In order to transfer to the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology
and a minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Students with a 2.8           (FCAT), you must complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point
cGPA will be able to make a broad-based application for the Bachelor of     Average (cGPA) of 2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic
Business Administration. Students with a 2.5 cGPA will be guaranteed        courses and a minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. UTP Stage II
admission to a business minor program. Course offerings and required        may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course. Course
courses may change without notice. UTP Stage II may include a               offerings and required courses may change without notice.
mandatory non-credit academic literacy course. A student advisor can
help you choose appropriate courses for the business minor program.
                                                                            UTP STAGE II: COMPUTING SCIENCE
UTP STAGE II: COMMUNICATION, ART                                            Required courses
AND TECHNOLOGY                                                                • CMPT130 Introduction to Computer Programming I
                                                                              • CMPT135 Introduction to Computer Programming II
Required courses                                                              • MACM101 Discrete Mathematics I
  • CA135        Introduction to Cinema                                       • MATH151 Calculus I
  • CA149        Sound                                                        • MATH152 Calculus II
  • CMNS110 Introduction to Communication Studies                           Choose one of
  • CMNS130 Communication and Social Change
  • IAT102       Graphic Design                                               • ENGL112        Literature Now
  • IAT110       Visual Communication Design                                  • ENGL113        Literature and Performance
                                                                              • ENGL115        Literature & Culture
Choose two of                                                                 • PSYC109        Brain, Mind & Society
  • ENGL112      Literature Now                                               • WL101          Writing in World Literature
  • ENGL113      Literature and Performance
  • ENGL115      Literature & Culture                                       Elective courses
  • WL101        Writing in World Literature                                Four elective courses selected from FIC’s broad offerings. The four electives
Students select at least two additional electives within the FIC            will allow students to complete various breadth requirements.
roster of offerings.
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UTP STAGE II: COMPUTING SCIENCE (CONT’D)                                    UTP STAGE II: ENVIRONMENT (CONT’D)
     Entry to second year at SFU:                                                Bachelor of Science
     Bachelor of Science (Computing Science)                                     Required courses
     In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must               • BISC100 Introduction to Biology or BISC 101 - General Biology
     complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (cGPA) of         • CHEM121 General Chemistry and Laboratory 1
     2.75 and a program GPA of 2.75, a grade of C- or better in all required
     academic courses and a minimum of ten academic courses at FIC.                • CMPT120 Introduction to Computing Science and Programming 1 or
     Course offerings and required courses may change without notice. A                      ARCH 131 - Human Origins
     student advisor can help you choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU
     entry requirements. UTP Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit           • EVSC100 Introduction to Environmental Sciences
     academic literacy course.                                                     • GEOG104 Climate Change, Water and Society
                                                                                   • MATH151 Calculus 1
     UTP STAGE II: ENGINEERING SCIENCE                                             • MATH152 Calculus II
     Required courses                                                              • PHYS140 Studio Physics: Mechanics and Modern Physics
                                                                                   • REM100 Global Change or GEOG 100 – Our World: Introducing
       • CMPT130 Introduction to Computer Programming I                                      Human Geography
       • CMPT135 Introduction to Computer Programming II
       • ENSC100 Applied Science, Technology and Society                         Choose one of
       • ENSC105 Process, Form, and Convention in Professional Genres              • ENGL112        Literature Now
       • ENSC180 Introduction to Engineering Analysis                              • ENGL113        Literature And Performance
       • MATH151 Calculus I                                                        • ENGL115        Literature And Culture
       • MATH152 Calculus II                                                       • WL101          Writing In World Literature
       • MATH232 Applied Linear Algebra
       • PHYS140 Studio Physics – Mechanics and Modern Physics                   Entry to second year at SFU:
       • PHYS141 Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity and Magnetism              Bachelor of Science
     Entry to second year at SFU:                                                In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must
                                                                                 complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of
     Bachelor of Applied Science                                                 2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses, and a
                                                                                 minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required
     In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must             courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you
     complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (cGPA) of       choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP
     2.75 and a program GPA of 2.75, a grade of C- or better in all required     Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.
     academic courses and a minimum of ten academic courses at FIC.
     Course offerings and required courses may change without notice.
     Students must obtain a score of 26 or above in the FIC Math Assessment
     Placement test to enrol in the Engineering Science program. FIC
                                                                                 UTP STAGE II: ENVIRONMENT
     reserves the right to place students with a Math Assessment Placement
     score below 26 in an alternative program.                                   Bachelor of Environment
                                                                                 Required courses
     UTP STAGE II: ENVIRONMENT                                                     •   ARCH131       Human Origins
     Bachelor of Arts                                                              •   EVSC100       Introduction to Environmental Science
                                                                                   •   FNST101       First Nations Studies
     Required courses
                                                                                   •   GEOG100       Our World: Introduction to Human Geography
       • ARCH100 Ancient Peoples and Places                                        •   GEOG104       Climate, Water and Society
       • ARCH131 Human Origins or EVSC 100 - Introduction to 		                    •   REM100        Global Change
                 Environmental Science                                             •   STAT203       Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
       • FNST101 First Nations Studies
       • REM100 Global Change                                                    Choose one of
       • GEOG100 Our World: Introduction to Human Geography                        • ENGL112         Literature Now
       • GEOG104 Climate, Water and Society                                        • ENGL113         Literature And Performance
       • PHIL105 Critical Thinking                                                 • ENGL115         Literature And Culture
                                                                                   • WL101           Writing In World Literature
     Choose one of
       • ENGL112        Literature Now                                           Choose one of
       • ENGL113        Literature And Performance                                 • ARCH100         Ancient Peoples and Places
       • ENGL115        Literature And Culture                                     • FNST201         Canadian Aboriginal Peoples’ Perspective on History
       • WL101          Writing In World Literature                                • HSCI160         Global Perspectives on Health
                                                                                   • IS101           Global Challenges of the 21st Century: an Introduction
     Elective courses
                                                                                                     to International Studies
     Students select at least two additional courses within the FIC roster of      •   LBST101       Introducing Labour Studies
     offerings, including at least one designated “Breadth-Humanities” course.     •   PHIL105       Critical Thinking
                                                                                   •   POL141         War, International Cooperation, and Development
     Entry to second year at SFU:                                                  •   POL 151       Justice and Law
     Bachelor of Arts
     In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must
     complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of
     2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses, and a
     minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required
     courses may change without notice. A student success advisor can help
     you choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP
     Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.

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UTP STAGE II: ENVIRONMENT (CONT’D)                                           UTP STAGE II: HEALTH SCIENCES (CONT’D)
Bachelor of Environment                                                      Bachelor of Science
Elective courses                                                             Required courses for admission to Population & Quantitative
Students select at least one additional course within the FIC roster         Health Sciences
of offerings.                                                                  • BISC100 Introduction to Biology
                                                                               • HSCI160 Global Perspectives on Health
Entry to second year at SFU:                                                   • MATH151 Calculus I
Bachelor of Environment                                                        • STAT203 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must              Choose two of
complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (cGPA) of
2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses, and a           • CMPT120        Introduction to Computer Science & Programming I
minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required
courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you              • CMPT130        Introduction to Computer Programming I
choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP              • MATH152        Calculus II
Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.
                                                                               • PHYS140        Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics
                                                                             Required Courses for admission to Life Sciences
UTP STAGE II: HEALTH SCIENCES
                                                                               • BISC100 Introduction to Biology
Bachelor of Arts                                                               • HSCI160 Global Perspectives on Health
Required courses                                                               • MATH151 Calculus I
                                                                               • MATH152 Calculus II
  • BISC100 Introduction to Biology                                            • PHYS140 Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics
  • BPK140 Contemporary Health Issues                                          • STAT203 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • HSCI160 Global Perspectives on Health
  • PSYC109 Brain, Mind & Society                                            Both Population & Quantitative Health Sciences and Life Sciences streams
  • STAT203 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences               must choose one of:
Choose one of                                                                  • ENGL112 Literature Now
                                                                               • ENGL113 Literature & Performance
  • MATH100 Pre-Calculus
                                                                               • ENGL115 Literature & Culture
  • MATH151 Calculus I
                                                                               • PSYC109 Brain, Mind & Society
  • MATH157 Calculus for the Social Sciences I
                                                                               • WL101        Writing in World Literature
Elective courses
                                                                             Elective Courses
Choose five courses from the following list with no more than two from
                                                                             Both Population & Quantitative Health Sciences and Life Sciences streams
any one group.
                                                                             require the completion of three elective courses.
Group One:
                                                                             Choose two of
  • ENGL112      Literature Now
  • ENGL113      Literature and Performance                                    • CMNS110        Introduction to Communication Studies
  • ENGL115      Literature & Culture                                          • CRIM101        Introduction to Criminology
  • FNST101      Introduction to First Nations Studies                         • CRIM135        Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions
  • HIST102      Canada Since Confederation                                    • ECON103        Principles of Microeconomics*
  • HIST204      The Social History of Canada                                  • ECON105        Principles of Macroeconomics*
  • WL101        Writing in World Literature                                   • FNST201        Canadian Aboriginal Peoples’ Perspectives on History
  • WL201        East/West Encounters                                          • IS101          Global Challenges of the 21st Century: An Introduction to
                                                                                                International Studies
Group Two:                                                                     •   LBST101      Introducing Labour Studies
  • CMNS110      Introduction to Communication Studies                         •   LING111      Introduction to English Vocabulary Analysis
  • CRIM101      Introduction to Criminology                                   •   LING200      Introduction to Sentence Analysis
  • CRIM135      Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions           •   LING220      Introduction to Linguistics
  • FNST201      Canadian Aboriginal Peoples’ Perspective on History           •   POL100       Introduction to Politics and Government
  • IS101        Global Challenges of the 21st Century: An Introduction to     •   POL141       War, International Cooperation and Development
                 International Studies                                         •   POL231       Comparative Politics
  •   LBST101    Introducing Labour Studies                                    •   PSYC100      Introduction to Psychology I
  •   LING111    Introduction to English Language Vocabulary Analysis          •   PSYC102      Introduction to Psychology II
  •   LING200    Introduction to Sentence Analysis
  •   LING220    Introduction to Linguistics                                 * Recommended for Population & Quantitative Health Sciences
  •   POL100     Introduction to Politics and Government
  •   POL141     War, International Cooperation and Development

Entry to second year at SFU:
Bachelor of Arts, Health Sciences
In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must
complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of
2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses, and a
minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required
courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you
choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP
Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.
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UTP STAGE II: HEALTH SCIENCES (CONT’D)                                     Choose one of
                                                                                  • ENGL112        Literature Now
     Choose one of
                                                                                  • ENGL113        Literature And Performance
       • ENGL112        Literature Now                                            • ENGL115        Literature And Culture
       • ENGL113        Literature & Performance                                  • PSYC109        Brain, Mind And Society
       • ENGL115        Literature & Culture                                      • WL101          Writing In World Literature
       • FNST101        Introduction to First Nations Studies
       • HIST102        Canada Since Confederation                              Elective courses
       • HIST204        The Social History of Canada                            Students select at least two additional courses within the FIC roster
       • WL101          Writing in World Literature                             of offerings.
       • WL201          East/West Encounters
     Entry to second year at SFU:                                               UTP STAGE II: SCIENCE
     Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences                                       Bachelor of Science
     In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must            Life Science Pathway (Biomedical Physiology Intended*,
     complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (cGPA) of
     2.5, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses and a        Kinesiology General Intended*, Molecular Biology &
     minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required      Biochemistry and Biological Sciences)
     courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you
     choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP
     Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.      Required courses
                                                                                  •   BISC101         General Biology I
     UTP STAGE II: SCIENCE                                                        •   BISC102         General Biology II
                                                                                  •   CHEM121         General Chemistry And Laboratory I
     Bachelor of Science                                                          •   CHEM 122/126    General Chemistry II/Lab
     Mathematics Pathway (Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Math,                  •   MATH151         Calculus I
     Actuarial Science Intended* and Data Science)                                •   MATH152         Calculus II
                                                                                  •   PHYS140         Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics
     Required courses                                                             •   PHYS141         Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity And Magnetism
       •   CMPT130      Introduction To Computer Programming I                  Choose one of
       •   CMPT135      Introduction To Computer Programming II
                                                                                  • ENGL112        Literature Now
       •   MACM101      Discrete Mathematics I
                                                                                  • ENGL113        Literature And Performance
       •   MATH151      Calculus I
                                                                                  • ENGL115        Literature And Culture
       •   MATH152      Calculus II
                                                                                  • PSYC109        Brain, Mind And Society
       •   MATH232      Applied Linear Algebra
                                                                                  • WL101          Writing In World Literature
     Choose one of
                                                                                Elective courses
       • ENGL112        Literature Now
       • ENGL113        Literature And Performance                              Students select at least one additional course within the FIC roster
       • ENGL115        Literature And Culture                                  of offerings.
       • PSYC109        Brain, Mind And Society
       • WL101          Writing In World Literature                             UTP STAGE II: SCIENCE
     Elective courses                                                           Bachelor of Science
     Students select at least three additional courses within the FIC roster    General Science Pathway
     of offerings.                                                              Required courses
                                                                                  •   CMPT130      Introduction To Computer Programming I
     UTP STAGE II: SCIENCE                                                        •   CMPT135      Introduction To Computer Programming II
     Bachelor of Science                                                          •   MACM101      Discrete Mathematics I
                                                                                  •   MATH151      Calculus I
     Experimental Science Pathway (Chemistry, Physics and                         •   MATH152      Calculus II
     Earth Science)                                                               •   MATH232      Applied Linear Algebra
     Required courses                                                             •   PHYS140      Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics
                                                                                  •   PHYS141      Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity And Magnetism
       •   CHEM121         General Chemistry And Laboratory I
       •   CHEM 122/126    General Chemistry II/Lab                             Choose one of
       •   MATH151         Calculus I                                             • ENGL112        Literature Now
       •   MATH152         Calculus II                                            • ENGL113        Literature And Performance
       •   MATH232         Applied Linear Algebra                                 • ENGL115        Literature And Culture
       •   PHYS140         Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics            • PSYC109        Brain, Mind And Society
       •   PHYS141         Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity And Magnetism     • WL101          Writing In World Literature

                                                                                * Students in intended pathways will not be admitted directly to the
                                                                                program. Instead, eligible students will be admitted to the Faculty of
                                                                                Science with an intended major and must then apply for approval (i.e.
                                                                                internal transfer) to these programs once at SFU.

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UTP STAGE II: SCIENCE (CONT’D)
Bachelor of Science
General Science Pathway
Choose one elective course
  • BISC101 General Biology
  • BISC 102 General Biology
  • CHEM121 General Chemistry And Laboratory I

Entry to second year at SFU:
Bachelor of Science
In order to transfer to the SFU programs listed above, you must
complete UTP Stage II with a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of
2.75, a grade of C- or better in all required academic courses, and a
minimum of ten academic courses at FIC. Course offerings and required
courses may change without notice. A student advisor can help you
choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements. UTP
Stage II may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course.

FIC ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE*
The FIC Associate of Arts degree is a two-year program covering a broad
range of subjects. It provides an educational experience that will prepare
you for work and citizenship, as well as lay a solid foundation for further
study. After obtaining the FIC Associate of Arts degree, you may apply to
transfer to third year of a relevant degree program at SFU.
Program strengths
  • access to SFU facilities and resources
  • small class sizes
  • additional hours of face-to-face teaching
  • support tutorials and peer tutoring

Requirements: You must complete 60 credits as per the degree
structure, specifically:
   • six credits in first-year English
   • nine credits in Science, which shall include at least:
      -- three credits in Mathematics, Computing Science or Statistics
      -- three credits in a laboratory science
   • 36 credits in Arts, which shall include:
      -- six credits in Social Sciences
      -- six credits in Humanities (other than English)
   • 24 additional credits in Arts
   • nine further credits in Arts, Science or other areas
Visit fraseric.ca for information about course options.
* This program is offered under the written consent of the Minister of
Advanced Education, effective 28 May 2010, having undergone a quality
assessment process and been found to meet the criteria established
by the Ministry. Nevertheless, prospective students are responsible for
satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate
to their needs (for example, acceptable to potential employers, professional
licensing bodies or other educational institutions).

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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY*
      Country              UTP Stage I                       UTP Stage II                            UTP Stage II                               UTP Stage II                                UTP Stage II
                                                      Business Administration; Arts and                    Science *                             Computing Science                          Engineering Science;
                                                      Social Sciences; Communication,                                                                                                      Environment (Science)
                                                      Art and Technology; Environment                                                                                                      Health Sciences (BSc)
                                                        (Arts); Health Sciences (BA);
                                                           Associate of Arts Degree
     GCSE, O Level   GCSE O Levels 4 C Grades         A Levels: 2 C Grades                  GCE A level with 2 x C Grades in Physics   A Levels: minimum B in Math + 1 C Grade      A Levels: minimum B in Math + 2 C
     or A Level                                                                             and Chemistry                              science subject                              Grade science subjects
     Argentina       Bachiller with minimum 6.0     Bachiller with minimum 7.0 average      Bachiller with minimum 7.0 average in 4    Bachiller with minimum 7.0 average in        Bachiller with minimum 8.0 average in
                     average in 4 academic subjects in 4 academic subjects                  academic subjects including minimum        4 academic subjects including Math           4 academic subjects including Math
                                                                                            6.0 in Physics and Chemistry               minimum 8.0 + 1 science subject              minimum 8.0 + 2 science subjects
     Bahrain         Completion of 11 years of        Tawjihiya (General                    Tawjihiya (General Secondary School        Tawjihiya (General                           Tawjihiya (General Secondary
                     academic preparation with        Secondary School Education            Education Certificate) with 75% average    Secondary School Education Certificate)      School Education Certificate) with
                     75% average                      Certificate) with average 75% in      in 4 academic subjects including           with average 75% including 85%               85% minimum in Math, Physics and
                                                      4 academic subjects                   minimum 60% in Physics and Chemistry       minimum in Math + 1 science subject          Chemistry
     Bangladesh      n/a                              Higher Secondary Certificate (10+2)   Higher Secondary Certificate with 65%      Higher Secondary Certificate with            Higher Secondary Certificate (10 +
                                                      with 65% in 4 academic subjects       average in 4 academic subjects including   minimum overall average of 65% in            2) with 65% average in 4 academic
                                                      with no subject below 50%             minimum 60% in Physics and Chemistry       4 academic subjects including Math           subjects including Math minimum 70%
                                                                                            + Secondary School Certificate Math 10     minimum 70% + 1 science with no score        + 2 science subjects
                                                                                            score minimum 50%                          below 50%
     Brazil          Certificado de Ensino Médio      Certificado de Ensino Médio 6/10      Certificado de Ensino Médio 6/10           Certificado de Ensino Médio 6/10 including Certificado de Ensino Médio 7/10
                     5/10                                                                   including minimum 6 in Physics             Math minimum 7 + 1 science subject         including Math (Math minimum 7) + 2
                                                                                            and Chemistry                                                                         science subjects
     Cambodia        Upper Secondary Diploma          Upper Secondary Diploma with          Upper Secondary Diploma with minimum       Upper Secondary Diploma with minimum         Upper Secondary Diploma with minimum
                     with minimum C average in 4      minimum C+ average in 4               C+ average in 4 academic subjects          C+ average in 4 academic subjects            B average in 4 academic subjects
                     academic subjects                academic subjects                     including minimum C in Physics             including B in Math + 1 science subject      including Math B + 2 science subjects
                                                                                            and Chemistry
     Canada          n/a                              Successful completion of Grade 12     Successful completion of Grade 12 with     Successful completion of Grade 12 with       Successful completion of Grade 12 with
                                                      with 75% average in 4                 75% average in minimum 4 academic          75% average in 4 academic subjects           75% average in 4 academic subjects
                                                      academic subjects                     subjects (including minimum 60% in         including Math minimum 75% + 1 science       including Math minimum 75% + 2
                                                                                            Physics and Chemistry)                     subject                                      science subjects
     China           Senior Middle 3 with 70%       Successful completion of Senior         Successful completion of Senior Middle 3   Successful completion of Senior Middle 3     Successful completion of Senior Middle
                     average in 4 academic subjects Middle 3 with 75% average in 4          with 75% average in 4 academic subjects    with 75% average in 4 academic subjects      3 with 80% average in 4 academic
                     or Senior Middle 2 with 75% in academic subjects                       including minimum 60% in Physics           including Math minimum 80% + 1               subjects including Math minimum 80%
                     4 academic subjects                                                    and Chemistry                              science subject                              + 2 science subjects
     Colombia        Bachillerato with 65% average    Bachillerato with 75% average in 4    Bachillerato with 75% average including    Bachillerato with 75% average in 4           Bachillerato with 80% average
                     in 4 academic subjects           academic subjects                     minimum 60% in Physics and Chemistry       academic subjects including Math             in 4 academic subjects including Math
                                                                                                                                       minimum 80% + 1 science subject              minimum 80% + 2 science subjects
     Egypt           Secondary School Completion      Certificate of General                Certificate of General Secondary           Certificate of General Secondary Education   Certificate of General Secondary
                     with minimum 65% average in      Secondary Education (Upper            Education (Upper Secondary) with 75%       (Upper Secondary) with 75% average           Education (Upper Secondary) with
                     4 academic subjects              Secondary) with 75% average in        average including minimum 60% in           in 4 academic subjects including Math        80% average in 4 academic subjects
                                                      4 academic subjects                   Physics and Chemistry                      minimum 80% + 1 science subject              including 2 science subjects and Math
                                                                                                                                                                                    minimum 80%
     Hong Kong       Form 5 with minimum average      HKDSE – minimum Level 3               HKDSE - minimum Level 3 average in 4       HKDSE – minimum Level 4 Math and             HKDSE – minimum Level 4 Math and
                     of Passing Grade + 10% in 4      average in 4 academic subjects        academic subjects (including minimum       average Level 3 in 3 non-Math subjects       average Level 3 in 3 non-Math subjects
                     academic subjects or 2 HKDSE     (Level 2 minimum)                     Level 2 in Physics and Chemistry)          including 1 science (Level 2 minimum)        including 2 sciences (Level 2 minimum)
                     academic subject passes
                     (Level 2)
     India           n/a                              Senior Secondary School Certificate   Senior Secondary School (10 + 2) with      Senior Secondary School Certificate with     Senior Secondary School (10 + 2) with
                                                      with minimum overall average of       65% average in 4 academic subjects         minimum overall average of 65% in 4          65% average in 4 academic subjects
                                                      65% in 4 academic senior level        (including minimum 60% in Physics          academic subjects including Math 65%         including Math minimum 70% + 2
                                                      subjects with no score below 50% +    and Chemistry) + Math 10 score             with no score below 50% or 70% average       science subjects
                                                      Math 10 score minimum 50%             minimum 50%                                in 4 academic subjects including Math
                                                                                                                                       minimum 50% and no score below 50%
     Indonesia       SMA 3 with 6.0 average in 4   SMA 3 with 7.0 average in                SMA 3 with 7.0 average in 4 academic       SMA 3 with 7.0 average in 4 academic         SMA 3 with 8.0 average in 4 academic
                     academic subjects; Year 11    4 academic subjects                      subjects including minimum 6.0 average     subjects including Math minimum 8.0 + 1      subjects including Math minimum 8.0 +
                     with minimum 7.0 average in 4                                          in Physics and Chemistry                   science subject                              2 science subjects
                     academic subjects
     IB              International Baccalaureate 18   International Baccalaureate 22        International Baccalaureate 22 including   International Baccalaureate 22               International Baccalaureate 24 (must
                                                                                            minimum 3 in Physics and Chemistry         (must include Math minimum 5 +               include Math minimum 5 +
                                                                                                                                       1 science subject)                           2 science subjects)
     Iran            High School Diploma with         Pre-University Certificate            Pre-University Certificate                 Pre-University Certificate                   Pre-University Certificate
                     minimum 65% average in 4         (Peeshdaneshgahe) with 65%            (Peeshdaneshgahe) with 65% average in      (Peeshdaneshgahe) with 65% average           (Peeshdaneshgahe) with 75% average
                     academic subjects                minimum average with minimum          4 academic subjects including minimum      including Math minimum 75% + 1               including Math minimum 75% + 2
                                                      average in 4 academic subjects        60% in Physics and Chemistry               science subject                              science subjects
     Japan           Kotogakko Year 2 with 3        Kotogakko Year 3 with 3 average in      Kotogakko Year 3 with 3.0 average          Kotogakko Year 3 with 3 average including    Kotogakko Year 3 with 3 average
                     average in 4 academic subjects at least 3 subjects and 1 additional    including minimum 3.0 in Physics           Math minimum 4 + 1 science subject           including Math minimum 4 +
                                                    academic subject in Year 2 or 3         and Chemistry                                                                           2 science subjects
     Kenya           KCSE – C- average                KCSE – C+ average                     KCSE – C+ in Physics and Chemistry         KCSE – C+ average including Math             KCSE- C+ average in 4 academic
                                                                                                                                       minimum B + 1 science subject                subjects including C+ in Physics
                                                                                                                                                                                    and Chemistry

       * Students will be admitted into the Science Fundamentals Program if their Grade 12 Math and/or Biology do not meet our prerequisite requirement.
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Country           UTP Stage I                          UTP Stage II                             UTP Stage II                                UTP Stage II                                UTP Stage II
                                                Business Administration; Arts and                     Science *                             Computing Science                          Engineering Science;
                                                Social Sciences; Communication,                                                                                                       Environment (Science)
                                                Art and Technology; Environment                                                                                                       Health Sciences (BSc)
                                                  (Arts); Health Sciences (BA);
                                                     Associate of Arts Degree
Korea         Senior High School Diploma        Senior High School Diploma             Senior High School Diploma with Rank        Senior High School Diploma with Rank        Senior High School Diploma with Rank
              with Rank 6.5 average in 4        with Rank 5.5 average in               5.5 average in 4 academic subjects          5.0 average in 4 academic subjects          3 average in 4 academic subjects
              academic subjects                 4 academic subjects                    including minimum Rank 6 in Physics         including Math minimum Rank 3 + 1           including 2 science subjects and Math
                                                                                       and Chemistry                               science subject                             minimum Rank 3
Macau         Form 5 with “Passing Grade +      Certificate of Higher Education (Form Certificate of Higher Education (Form        Certificate of Higher Education (Form 6)    Certificate of Higher Education (Form
              10%” in 4 academic subjects       6) with minimum 70% average in 4      6) with minimum 70% average in 4             with minimum 70% average in 4 academic      6) with minimum 80% average in 4
              or GCE O Level minimum 4          academic subjects                     academic subjects including minimum          subjects including Math minimum 75% +       academic subjects including Math
              C Grades                                                                60% in Physics and Chemistry                 1 science subject                           minimum 75% + 2 science subjects
Malaysia      Successful completion of SPM      STPM – 2 passes with minimum           STPM - average B Grade including            STPM - Math minimum B + C Grade in 1        STPM – Math minimum B + 2 science
              with minimum 4 academic           C Grade                                minimum C in Physics and Chemistry          science subject                             subjects minimum C Grade
              subjects with C Grades
Mexico        Bachillerato with 6.0 in          Bachillerato with 7.0 in               Bachillerato with 7.0 in 4 academic         Bachillerato with 7.0 in 4 academic         Bachillerato with 8.0 in 4 academic
              4 academic subjects or            4 academic subjects                    subjects including minimum 6.0 in           subjects including Math minimum 8.0 + 1     subjects including Math minimum 8.0 +
              completion of Year 11 with 7.0                                           Physics and Chemistry                       science subject                             2 science subjects
              in 4 academic subjects
Mongolia      Year 11 with minimum C Grade      Certificate of Complete Secondary      Certificate of Complete Secondary           Certificate of Complete Secondary           Certificate of Complete Secondary
              in 4 academic subjects            Education with minimum C average       Education with minimum C average in 4       Education with minimum C average in         Education with minimum C average in 4
                                                in 4 academic subjects                 academic subjects including minimum C       4 academic subjects including Math          academic subjects including 2 sciences
                                                                                       grade in Physics and Chemistry              minimum B + 1 science subject               minimum C Grade + Math minimum B
Nigeria       Completion of WASSCE (WAEC/ Completion of WASSCE (WAEC/         Completion of WACE with 5 passes with                Completion of WASSCE (WAEC/NECO) with Completion of WASSCE (WAEC/NECO)
              NECO) with an average of 5  NECO): 5 passes with average grades C4 average including minimum C6 in                   C4 average in 5 subjects including Math with B average in 5 subjects including
              grades at C6 or above       of C4 and above                     Physics and Chemistry                                minimum B + 1 science subject           Math minimum B + 2 science subjects
Pakistan      Higher Secondary School           Higher Secondary School Certificate    Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC    Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC    Higher Secondary School Certificate
              Certificate (HSC – 10 +2)         (HSC – 10 + 2) with average 60% in     - 10 + 2) with average 60% in 4 academic    – 10 + 2) with average 60% in 4 academic    (HSC – 10 + 2) with average 65% in
              with average 55% in 4             4 academic subjects                    subjects including minimum 60% in           subjects including Math minimum 70% +       4 academic subjects including Math
              academic subjects                                                        Physics and Chemistry                       1 science subject                           minimum 70% + 2 science subjects
Russian       Attestat with 3.5 average in      Attestat with 4.0 average in           Completion of Attestat with 4.0 average     Attestat with 4.5 average in 4 academic     Attestat with 4.5 average in 4 academic
Federation/   4 academic subjects               4 academic subjects                    including minimum 4.0 in Physics            subjects including Math minimum 4.0 + 1     subjects including 2 science subjects
Kazakhstan                                                                             and Chemistry                               science subject                             and Math minimum 4.0
Taiwan        Senior High School Year 2         Senior High School Year 3              Senior High School Year 3 with 75%          Senior High School Year 3 with 75%          Senior High School Year 3 with 75%
              (11 years) with B average or      with B average or 75% in               average in 4 academic subjects including    average in 4 academic subjects including    average in 4 academic subjects
              75% in 4 academic subjects        4 academic subjects                    minimum 60% in Physics                      Math minimum 75% + 1 science subject        including Math minimum 75% +
                                                                                       and Chemistry                                                                           2 science subjects
Tanzania      Certificate of Secondary          2 C Grades in A Levels                 2 A Levels with C grade in Physics          2 A Levels including Math minimum B + 1     3 A Levels including Math minimum B +
              Education (CSE) with Grade C or                                          and Chemistry                               science subject minimum C Grade             2 science subjects minimum C Grades
              higher or GCE O Levels with C
              passes in 4 academic subjects
Thailand      Matayom 6 with 1.0 average        Matayom 6 with 2.0 average             Matayom 6 with 2.0 average including        Matayom 6 with 2.0 average including        Matayom 6 with 3.0 average including
                                                                                       minimum 2.0 in Physics and Chemistry        Math minimum 3.0 + 1 science subject        Math minimum 3.0 + 2 science subjects
Turkey        Lise Diplomasi with no Math       Lise Diplomasi with minimum 70%        Lise Diplomasi with 3.0 GPA average         Lise Diplomasi with minimum 75% or C        Lise Diplomasi with minimum 75% or C
              below 50%                         or C average in 4 academic subjects    including minimum 3.0 in Physics            average in 4 academic subjects with Math    average in 4 academic subjects with Math
                                                with Math minimum 50%                  and Chemistry                               minimum 80% + 1 science subject             minimum 80% + 2 science subjects
UAE           Tawjihiyya with 65% average in Tawjihiyya with 75% average in            Tawjihiyya with 75% average in 4            Tawjihiyya with 75% average in 4 academic Tawjihiyya with 85% average in 4
              4 academic subjects            4 academic subjects                       academic subjects including minimum         subjects including Math minimum 85% + academic subjects including Math
                                                                                       60% in Physics and Chemistry                1 science subject                         minimum 85% + 2 science subjects
Ukraine       Certificate of Complete           Certificate of Complete General        Certificate of Complete General Secondary   Certificate of Complete General Secondary   Certificate of Complete General
              General Secondary Education       Secondary Education with minimum       Education with minimum 9 average            Education with minimum                      Secondary Education with minimum
              with minimum 7 average            9 average                              including minimum 5 in Physics and          9 average including Math 10 + 1             10 average including Math 10 +
                                                                                       Chemistry                                   science subject                             2 science subjects
United        High School Diploma with          Successful completion of               Successful completion of Grade 12 with      Successful completion of Grade 12 with      Successful completion of Grade 12 with
States        minimum 65% average in 4          Grade 12 with minimum 75% in 4         75% average in 4 academic subjects          75% average in 4 academic subjects          75% average in 4 academic subjects
of America    Grade 12 academic subjects        academic subjects                      including minimum 60% in Physics            including Math minimum 75% + 1              including Math minimum 75% + 2
                                                                                       and Chemistry                               science subject                             science subjects
Vietnam       Year 12 with 6.0 average in 4     Year 12 with 7.0 average in 4          Year 12 with 7.0 average including          Year 12 with 7.0 average in 4 academic      Year 12 with 7.5 average in 4 academic
              academic subjects or Year         academic subjects                      minimum 6.0 in Physics and Chemistry        subjects including Math minimum 7.5 + 1     subjects including Math minimum 7.5 +
              11 with 7.0 average in 4                                                                                             science subject                             2 science subjects
              academic subjects
Zambia        GCE O Levels with C Grades in     Zambian School Certificate with 5 or   Zambian School Certificate with 5 or        Zambian School Certificate with 5 or        Zambian School Certificate with 5 or
              4 academic subjects               higher in 4 academic subjects          higher in 4 academic subjects including     higher in 4 academic subjects including     higher in 4 academic subjects including
                                                                                       minimum 3 in Physics and Chemistry          Math minimum 3 + 1 science subject          Math minimum 3 + 2 science subjects
                                                                                       or 2 A Levels with C grade in Physics
                                                                                       and Chemistry
Zimbabwe      GCE O Levels with C Grades in     2 A Levels with minimum C Grades       2 A Levels with C grade in Physics          2 A Levels including Math minimum B + 1     3 A Levels including Math minimum B +
              4 academic subjects                                                      and Chemistry                               science subject minimum C Grade             2 science subjects minimum C Grades
 * Students will be admitted into the Science Fundamentals Program if their Grade 12 Math and/or Biology do not meet our prerequisite requirement.
 Note: For countries not listed, please contact admissions@fraseric.ca. This information is a guide only and is subject to change without notice.
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“I always heard that Canada was a
                                                         multicultural and diverse society.
                                                         I wanted to be part of that community
                                                         and experience that within my
                                                         education. That’s why I felt attending
                                                         FIC was the right decision for me. When
                                                         I was planning to choose a university
                                                         and I was looking at FIC, it felt like a
                                                         school that celebrated so many cultures
                      SEUNGYEUN LEE (ERIN)               and I felt that it would be the right
                      SOUTH KOREA
                      UTP STAGE II: COMMUNICATION, ART
                      AND TECHNOLOGY                     choice for me. Once I got here I felt that
                                                         FIC was my home away from home,
                                                         the support from the staff and meeting
     “I decided to study at FIC because I
                                                         students from many other countries
     wanted to study with people who are
                                                         was very reaffirming and I knew that I
     from different countries and have new
                                                         had made the right decision.”
     experiences that I’ve never tried in
     my country. The reason I chose SFU
     is that communication program is
     well supported and I really wanted to
     study communication. My instructors
     all had amazing teaching skills. SFU
     and FIC are very open to international
     students and there are various
     volunteer programs to get involved in.
     The instructors at FIC are very caring,
     passionate and confident during
     their lectures and there are many
     opportunities to speak about different
                                                                         FAIZAN AHMED ARIF
     opinions. I would tell other international                          PAKISTAN
                                                                         UTP STAGE II: ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
     students to be passionate, confident
     and positive.”
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ENGLISH AND ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
Entry into UTP Stage II generally requires the                                Not all qualifications are listed, so if you have other
successful completion of secondary school Year 12 or                          qualifications, please send details to admissions@
equivalent. Specific academic requirements by country                         fraseric.ca for assessment. If you have completed
are listed on pages 16 and 17 or visit fraseric.ca/apply-                     secondary school but your results do not qualify you
today/admissions-requirements.                                                for entry into UTP Stage II, you may be eligible to be
                                                                              admitted to UTP Stage 1.
ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS
    English language
                                             Direct entry                       Integrated entry                     Cornerstone entry
      qualification
IELTS (Academic)                     6.0 overall with minimum 6.0         5.5 overall with minimum 5.5         5.5 overall no band less than 4.5
                                     in Reading and Writing and           in Reading and Writing and
                                     5.5 in Speaking and Listening        5.0 in Speaking and Listening
TOEFL                                79 overall Reading and               69 overall Reading and               59 overall Reading and Writing
                                     Writing minimum 18                   Writing minimum 15                   minimum 12
British Columbia High School         55%                                  50%                                  n/a
English 12 blended grade + 3
year residency in Canada
GCSE/O Level English                 C                                    D                                    n/a
Language
HKDSE                                4                                    3                                    2
CAEL                                 60 with Reading and Writing          60 no band lower than 50             50 with no band lower than 50
                                     at 60
Students wanting to submit TOEFL scores should request that originals be sent to FIC directly quoting Institution Code 1452. IELTS test dates can be
found through the following links: students in Vancouver area - sfu.ca/ielts/dates and ieltsvancouver.com, all other locations - ielts.org.
Students with IELTS 7.0 with minimum 6.5 in Reading and Writing and Speaking and Listening minimum 6.0 or equivalent are exempt from the
Academic Literacy Course (ALC).

MATHEMATICS REQUIREMENTS                                                      Upon arrival at FIC, students in the Engineering
The Engineering Science, Computing Science,                                   Science, Environmental Science, Computing Science,
Environmental Science, Health Sciences and Science                            Health Science and Science programs will be required
streams all require the completion of secondary school                        to write the Math Assessment and attain a score of at
mathematics (or equivalent) for entry into the program.                       least 26. Engineering students scoring below 26 have
Prior to beginning their studies, students in any of                          the option of attending ENF, the Engineering Skills
these programs, as well as Business Administration,                           Foundations program, prior to beginning Engineering
will be required to write the Math Assessment                                 studies. This program provides preparatory training
Placement test (MAP). The results of this assessment                          in Math, Physics and Computing Science and is
will determine which math course to enrol into. Pre-                          geared specifically towards students with an interest
Calculus (MATH100), if needed, will be counted as                             in completing the UTP Stage II Engineering pathway.
an elective course for the Business Administration,                           All students whose Math Assessment score is below
Computing Science, and Environmental Science                                  26 will be provided with advising to ensure they
programs. The Pre-Calculus course is considered an                            understand their course options, the progression of
elective for Business Administration, Computing                               their program and its completion requirements.
Science and Environmental Science programs. The
Math Assessment is available online for students who                          SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAM
require it, but can also be used by other students who                        The Science streams all require the completion of
need assistance in determining their math skill level.                        secondary school Biology 12 or Math 12. The Science
                                                                              Fundamentals Program provides students with
                                                                              the opportunity to advance their university studies
                                                                              while upgrading skills to meet UTP Stage II course
                                                                              prerequisites. Students will be admitted into the
                                                                              Science Fundamentals Program when:
                                                                               • a student does not have Grade 12 Biology or less
                                                                                 than 65% average in Grade 12 Biology
                                                                               • a student does not have Grade 12 Math or less than
                                                                                 75% average in Grade 12 Math

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ENTRY OPTIONS BASED ON ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS
   CORNERSTONE ENTRY                                                                first term of study. INTG100 prepares students for success
   If you meet the cornerstone entry English language                               by introducing you to university-level expectations
   requirement and the relevant academic requirements                               for classroom discussion, presentations, and writing
   for your country, you will take cornerstone courses in                           assignments; supplying tools and practice for effective
   your first term of study in UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II.                         note-taking and study; providing on-to-one instruction
   Cornerstone students will develop valuable language                              to improve writing and speaking skills; and establishing
   and university life skills in relationship to all other                          a supportive atmosphere in which to read and listen to
   course offerings at FIC/SFU. Students who obtain an                              sophisticated content, while modelling and fostering
   A in the cornerstone program will progress to direct                             critical thought in response. An A grade in INTG100 will
   entry (no more English language courses), while those                            exempt students from the academic literacy course. This
   who score a B grade will progress to the integrated                              program is designed to be completed in three terms.
   entry (with additional English language courses). This
   program is designed to be completed in four terms.                               DIRECT ENTRY
                                                                                    If you meet the direct entry English language
   INTEGRATED ENTRY                                                                 requirement and meet the relevant academic
   If you meet the integrated entry English language                                requirements for your country, you will be eligible for
   requirement and the relevant academic requirements for                           direct entry to UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II. Direct entry
   your country, you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II                         includes a non-credit academic literacy course. This
   and will take INTG100 and two academic courses in your                           program is designed to be completed in three terms.

   SAMPLE FIC JOURNEY*
   CORNERSTONE ENTRY
    If you meet the cornerstone entry language requirements (IELTS 5.5 with no band less than 4.5), you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II and take
    Cornerstone courses in your first term of study.

      1st term (Cornerstone)                           2nd term                               3rd term                               4th term
    CNQS101 + CNST101 (18hrs/week)         3 academic courses                     4 academic courses                     3 academic courses
    Total tuition investment: $29,777 (10 academic courses; 30 credits) + $8,385 (Cornerstone) = $38,162
    Note: Students who obtain an A in the Cornerstone program will progress to direct entry; those with a B will progress to integrated entry.

   INTEGRATED ENTRY
    If you meet the integrated entry language requirement (IELTS 5.5 overall with 5.5 R & W, 5.0 S & L), you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II and
    will take INTG100 and two academic courses in your first term of study.

                       1st term                                           2nd term                                             3rd term
    2 academic courses + INTG100 (8 hours/week)         4 academic courses                                  4 academic courses
    Total tuition investment: $29,777 (10 academic courses; 30 credits) + $5,916 (INTG100) = $35,693
    Note: An A grade in INTG 100 will exempt students from the academic literacy course (ALC).

   DIRECT ENTRY
    If you meet the direct entry language requirements (IELTS 6.0 with 6.0 R & W, 5.5 S & L), you will be eligible for direct entry to UTP I or UTP II.

                       1st term                                           2nd term                                             3rd term
    3 academic courses + Academic Literacy Course       4 academic courses                                  3 academic courses
    (4hrs/week)
    Total tuition investment: $29,777 (10 academic courses; 30 credits) + $2,978 (Academic Literacy Course) = $32,755

   ALC EXEMPT ENTRY
    If you meet the ALC Exempt entry language requirement (IELTS 7.0 with minimum 6.5 in R & W, 6.0 S & L), you will begin UTP Stage I or UTP Stage II.

                       1st term                                           2nd term                                             3rd term
    3 academic courses                                  4 academic courses                                  3 academic courses
    Total tuition investment: $29,777 (10 academic courses; 30 credits)

   ACADEMIC LITERACY COURSE
   FIC’s Academic Literacy Course is multi-disciplinary and designed to help students achieve success in university-level writing. An
   academic literacy course is compulsory for all UTP Stage II students.†
   * Based on English requirements. † Students with IELTS 7.0 with minimum 6.5 in Reading and Writing and 6.0 in Listening and Speaking or equivalent
18 are exempt from the non-credit academic literacy course.
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