Founded in 1942, Farleigh Dickinson University (FDU) is the largest private university in New Jersey. The university has four campuses across the globe: The Metropolitan and Florham campuses in New Jersey, Wroxton Campus in England, and its latest addition in 2007, Vancouver Campus in Canada.
In addition to its campuses in the US and UK, FDU’s newest campus in Vancouver is in one of the most beautiful districts, Yaletown, of Downtown Vancouver. You can spend a day with your laptop, coffee shop hopping, watch the Vancouver Canucks at the Rogers Arena after class, or visit one of the many downtown attractions.
To apply to FDU, you need to pay a one-time $100 Application Fee. According to the 2021-2022 tuition information, FDU currently charges undergraduate students $869.00 per credit. This comes to $2607 ($869.00 x 3) per course as individual courses are usually composed of 3 credits. A semester usually consists of 5 courses (12-15 credits)
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FDU’s Vancouver Campus is specifically designed for international students. With accredited degree programs in Business Administration and Information Technology, FDU supports global students with both academics and social skills.
International Student Services (ISS): FDU has an international office in all their locations to advise students regarding immigration and develop cultural and educational programming.
Fairleigh Dickinson University offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs across multiple disciplines. Some of the most popular undergraduate programs at FDU include:
FDU’s academic programs cultivate critical thinking, innovation, and leadership, readying students for a dynamic world. With expert faculty, cutting-edge facilities, and hands-on learning, students gain a well-rounded education to thrive in their careers and beyond.
The Farleigh Dickinson University has a total of 2 semesters on fall and spring and 2 sessions on winter and summer.
There are two main terms at FDU:
Usually, students would start their school on either fall and spring semester.
Each school term has its own application period, and be mindful to double-check the application deadlines before applying to your program at Simon Fraser University.
Fall (September) 2023 – August 15, 2022 – August 26, 2022
Spring (January) 2023 – January 3, 2022 – January 20, 2022
Unfortunately, FDU does not have its own student housing residence or direct off-campus partnerships. However, there are many ways to find student housing in Vancouver. You can apply to be placed with a homestay family or book off-campus housing with reliable providers like GEC Living Residences.
Here are the GEC student residences that are close to FDU:
GEC Viva – 18-mins (by walk)
GEC’s housing options provide fully furnished units with included utilities, equipped with a kitchen, in-suite laundry, heating systems, and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
This makes GEC’s student accommodation a great choice for out-of-province and international students who can avoid the extra expenses and time spent traveling to FDU via public transit.
Luckily, there are tons of co-living or private apartments available nearby FDU. To ensure a smooth rental experience, it’s advisable to read the tips we have put together for renting in Vancouver and familiarize yourself with the best rental platforms for students in Vancouver, in order to avoid mistakes and protect yourself from potential scams.
We have put together a list of universities and colleges in Vancouver that you may be interested in for further educational options.