Vancouver Campus, Canada
Vancouver Campus - Fall 2016 Exam Timetable
The Fall 2016 exam timetable has been published. Please take the time to review it and make your travel plans accordingly.
International Conference on Business Management and Technology (in Celebration of FDU Vancouver Campus' 10th Anniversary)
It is our pleasure to extend the invitation to professors, scientists, engineers, researchers, industrial professionals, practitioners and students to join us in the Third International Conference on “Business Management and Technology” organized by Fairleigh Dickinson University – Vancouver on its 10th anniversary celebrations.
On this occasion FDU is pleased to announce the free participation and presentation by the delegates.
The conference will be held on March 23-24, 2017 in the city of Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, one of the best tourist attraction cities in the world. [more]
FDU Vancouver Campus Celebrates 10 Years of Community Service
Over 30 FDU Students and members of the Vancouver Yaletown Rotaract and Rotary Clubs joined to clean up the shoreline of False Creek in Vancouver on Saturday, October 1, 2016. This is the 10th year that FDU has partnered with Rotary International for the Shoreline Clean up and help make the Vancouver community a cleaner place. [more]
Diplomatic Circle Series
Join us for the next presentation by Consul General Nicole Davison of the United Kingdom on November 23, 2016 at 4:00 pm in Room 130. The topic will be “Brexit”. [more]
Vancouver Team is out Visiting You
Our Vancouver marketing team is out visiting you in various countries and locally in Washington State, Alberta and British Columbia. If you are interested in learning more about Fairleigh Dickinson University, make sure to attend one of the fairs where our recruiters will be able to provide you with information. Check out their schedule here.
United Nations Peace Bell Ceremony starts International Day of Peace
Each year, the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on September 21 and begins with a Peace Bell Ceremony where they ring the Japanese Peace Bell – an official gift of the Japanese people to the United Nations in 1954 - and observe a moment of silence.The gesture has left a lasting impression because at the time the Association of Japan presented the gift, they had not yet been officially admitted into the U.N.
... Sarah Horn, from the Office of Global Learning, and exchange student Peter Mate from FDU’s Vancouver Campus attended the Peace Bell Ceremony, which was held this year on Friday, September 16. "Peace is the prerequisite of international development. Therefore, it is essential that we achieve worldwide peace in the 21st century so that the world may focus on other equally pressing issues, such as sustainable housing and education". Mate said. [more]
Vancouver student says ‘Ni hao’ from Chengdu
Nhi Luc, a sophomore from Vietnam studying communications at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Vancouver Campus, just returned from a month-long study abroad trip to Chengdu, China. While there she took two classes, Intermediate Mandarin and the Silk Road, met students from FDU’s Florham Campus, and toured the countryside. [more]
Vancouver Campus wins BC Council for International Education's (BCCIE) Excellence in International Education Marketing Award
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus's Marketing and Recruitment team was awarded the Excellence in International Education Marketing Award for success in BC’s education export sector at the 7th Annual Summer Seminar at the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria. [more]
Vancouver Students Win Award at National Model United Nations 2016
Congratulations to Peter Mate and Viet “Lucky” Truong for winning the Outstanding Delegation Award in their Habitat III Committee, as voted by their peers at NMUN 2016. During the last day of committee sessions, delegates in each committee were asked to vote for their top 3 performing delegations. This is an extremely impressive accomplishment as only 3 universities out of 150 were awarded this distinction by their peers in the Habitat III committee. [more]
My Time with Mandela
Vancouver Campus Provost Cecil Abrahams reflects on his life and career with ‘Madiba’ and beyond
Of all the memories and moments, big and small, of education and activism spanning decades, Abrahams still remembers the way Nelson Mandela (or Madiba) — the late statesman, anti-apartheid activist and former president of South Africa — sounded when he laughed. With conviction, with gusto, as was Mandela’s way with so much else in his life. [more]
Christi Peace Reflects on Semester at FDU Vancouver Campus
It is human nature to make comparisons and judge one thing as better than another. So whenever someone finds out that I have studied at both the Wroxton and Vancouver FDU campuses, I am unsurprised when they ask which semester I enjoyed more. What they don’t realize is how impossible that question is to answer. [more]
The Vancouver Campus has contracted with a vendor to host an online bookstore where you can purchase your textbooks, either as hard copies or e-books. To access the bookstore (and search for textbooks by course) please go to: http://fdubookstore.nuskule.ca/index.asp .
Tutoring Services at the Vancouver Campus
The Vancouver Campus has joined eTutoring.org to provide our students with free, professional, online tutoring in writing and in other disciplines. Students can log in anytime and anywhere! You can create an account using the instructions found in the attachment to access the three tutoring options available. [more]
Global Scholars Program
A program for entering first-time, full-time freshmen at the University’s campus in Vancouver
The concept for our Global Scholars Program was inspired by Fairleigh Dickinson University's founding mission as an institution "of and for the world." As a Global Scholar, you will be part of a distinctive community of learners who are committed to world citizenship and to developing a global perspective as tomorrow's leaders. [more]
- Bachelor of Science - Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science - Information Technology
- Bachelor of Arts - Individualized Studies
- Bachelor of Arts - Hospitality & Tourism Management
- Master of Administrative Science
- Master of Science in Hospitality Management
- Pre-University Program
The Education Office of the Chinese Consul in Vancouver will certify FDU degrees for students who graduate from the Vancouver Campus. Students wishing to have their degrees certified by the consul should apply directly to the consulate. The consulate will check your name and information against the official FDU graduation list. Visit the consulate's website for instructions.
Generous scholarships are competitively awarded to academically talented applicants from Canada and around the world. [more]
Transfer Students and Transfer Credit
Fairleigh Dickinson University's Vancouver Campus welcomes transfer students from recognized and accredited two-year and four-year institutions. [more]
AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education.
British Columbia's Brand for Quality Education
EQA is a Government of British Columbia brand of quality for private and public post-secondary education in British Columbia, and will be administered on Government’s behalf by BCCIE. The Ministry of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development sets all EQA policies, including eligibility requirements for EQA.
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