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Remarkable Places

Fairleigh Dickinson University offers a gateway to the world and a constellation of unique learning environments. FDU campuses are based in diverse regions, from the suburban environs of Northern New Jersey to the old-world charm of Banbury, England, to cosmopolitan Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

New Jersey, USA

Fairleigh Dickinson has two campuses based in New Jersey. The Florham Campus is located on a former Vanderbilt-Twombly estate in Madison and Florham Park, N.J. The bucolic campus features Georgian-style buildings and picturesque grounds that were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Here, students find a classic experience — the majority of undergraduates live on campus — in a small college setting.

Stretching along both sides of the Hackensack River, the Metropolitan Campus lies in Teaneck and Hackensack, N.J., just six miles from New York City. The campus features a comprehensive university atmosphere with a full complement of professional and career-oriented degree programs. Nearly equal numbers of graduates and undergraduates study here, along with the majority of the University’s international students.

Oxfordshire, England

FDU’s British campus, Wroxton College is located in the ancestral home of Lord North at Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire. Wroxton lies in the heart of England, between Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, just 75 miles from London. Originally constructed as an Augustinian priory in 1215, Wroxton Abbey has been home to statesmen and host to monarchs; now undergraduate and graduate students walk the same halls and live in the same rooms that royalty once did. Students regularly enjoy educational excursions throughout England and Europe and meet and interact with leading political and cultural figures.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The University’s newest campus, the Vancouver Campus opened in 2007 in a newly renovated, state-of-the-art facility in the city’s historic and cosmopolitan Yaletown section. Since its opening, the facility has doubled in size. The campus primarily serves international students and features selected undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The Vancouver Campus features a diverse learning environment and offers students the rare opportunity to earn an American degree while studying in Canada. FDU’s accrediting body, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, called our Vancouver Campus a model international branch campus.