Simon Fraser University (SFU), established in 1965, is a public research university in British Columbia. It has three campuses in; Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey. Simon Fraser University’s Vancouver campus is known as the "intellectual heart of the city". The campus is comprised of multiple facilities clustered in the core of one of the world’s most livable cities. Academically, it offers a wide range of graduate and undergraduate degree programs across eight academic faculties and schools. In addition, research plays an important role in the university’s structure among its centers and institutes. Furthermore, many services and facilities are provided on campus including; a library, campus s
ecurity, health services, counseling services, a bookstore and IT facilities. Beyond educational matters, being a student at SFU means you will never get bored; as you will always find something to do by getting engaged in one/more of the varied student clubs and organizations regarding sports, politics, culture, art… etc.
With its scenic views, mild climate, and friendly people, Vancouver is known around the world as both a popular tourist attraction and one of the best places to live. Vancouver is one of Canada's coastal cities in the state of British Columbia, located in an abundant mountain area in the far west. Vancouver is an important trade center in western Canada, is home to the city's largest port, and is a center of the film and television industry. Due to its vast forests, wood and paper production is
another booming industry. For many years Vancouver has been one of the top ten cities in the world in terms of quality of life and cleanliness. Among its attractions are Stanley Park, Vancouver Aquarium, Queen Elizabeth Park, and Science World.