Seats in many programs are limited and popular programs fill up quickly. Review application deadlines to give yourself plenty of time.
Applicants who do not complete their application by the application deadline, or applicants who want to change their program or first semester of study after completing their application, will have to re-apply and pay the $150 non-refundable application fee.
Studied at UFV before and need to re-apply?
Effective Winter2017 all returning students who have not studied at UFV for more than one calendar year (or three semesters) will need to re-apply and pay the $150 non-refundable application fee. When you reapply online, be sure to enter your UFV Student ID number.
Some popular programs are now full for Fall 2018
Please note: UFV has reached capacity for many programs earlier than the posted deadline of April 1 for the Fall 2018 semester. Visit the international application to see what programs are still accepting applications for Fall 2018.
To complete the application, you need to provide the following information:
Personal information: Have your passport on hand and enter your name and birthdate exactly as it appears. If you do not have a last name, please leave this field blank.
Agency information: If an agent in your country is helping you apply, please enter their Agency ID number.
Language information: Enter your English language score.
Education information: List your high school and all colleges or universities you have attended.
Upload all necessary documents
Upload the following with your application:
A copy of your high school transcript(s) and, if you attended a university or college, copies of those transcripts too. UFV can release a conditional letter of admission based on review of your unofficial transcripts. Please note that you will be required to provide the official transcripts of high school and university studies before an official letter of admission can be issued.
A copy of your passport.
Your English proficiency test results (TOEFL, IELTS, LPI). To get your TOEFL iBT score sent automatically to UFV use code 9736 when you take the test.
If you do not have all your documents available when you apply online, you can send them to us later. Or you can save your application and come back to it later to attach your documents.
Pay your application fee
When you have completed your online application, you will be prompted to pay a non-refundable fee of $150 CAD for an undergraduate program application and $250 for a post-baccalaureate or master's degree application. Find out how to pay.
Check your email
You will receive an email from UFV Admissions, which contains your UFV student number and instructions about accessing the UFV student portal, called myUFV. Updates regarding your application will be available on myUFV and sent to your email. Check your account regularly.
You will receive a conditional admission letter by email approximately two weeks after we have received your completed application and all required documents. This letter outlines the steps you need to take to receive your official letter of acceptance to UFV. Please note the deadline in your letter for receipt of official documents and the tuition fee deposit. This deadline cannot be extended.
NOTE: Fall 2018 high school applicants deadline for receipt of official documents and tuition fee deposit is May 15, 2018, and for post-secondary applicants it is April 20, 2018.
Pay your fees and submit official documents
Pay your tuition and fee deposit in full and provide your official high school transcript(s), and/or official post-secondary transcript(s), and official proof of English language proficiency, as detailed in your conditional admission letter to receive your official letter of acceptance and secure your seat at UFV. Payment options will be provided with your conditional admission letter. If your transcripts are not in English, you may be asked to provide a certified translation. With timely receipt of your fee payment and all official documents, UFV is able to verify and finalize your admission and send you your official letter of acceptance. View more information about tuition and fees.