International orientation is a series of events that helps you get familiar with the University of the Fraser Valley. You get to learn all about classes, programs, and life in Canada. And you also make lots of new friends!
Orientation for international students is required, as you need to check in with your documents (study permit).
|Arriving Early? Get Ahead!|
Get ahead start and learn about the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) campus community.
Our Global Student Associates (GSA's) and Global Engagement Volunteers (GEV's) will be available from 12:00pm-4:00pm at the Global Lounge (building B, room 223) to offer:
This event is optional.
|International Student Orientation Check-in|
International Student Orientation is your opportunity to connect with other UFV students and campus resources to help you succeed.
Here is what you can expect at your designated date for orientation:
Please check your e-mail for your International Student Orientation Check-in date. If you have not received your registration e-mail please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attending this event is mandatory.
|UFV Welcome Day|
The Welcome Day is your opportunity to connect with other UFV students, get to know our campuses and resources, and prepare to start classes with confidence.
Here is what you can expect:
For more information and a detailed scheduled please visit the UFV Welcome Day web page.
International orientation are days full of information and fun! Here are just some of what you can expect at international orientation:
Have you received your VISA letter (permit authorizing studies) yet? Fill out the online form below to confirm with us.
International Student Orientation takes place in various locations on the UFV Abbotsford campus. New students will receive an email with more information as the date draws closer.
Should you arrive on campus and be unsure of next steps, please come to UFV International's office, located in room B223. Volunteers will be on hand to help direct you.
To learn more about your new university in Canada, download the International Student Handbook. It's full of information about policies, resources and services that will help you succeed as a university student.