Canada, British Columbia

Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) is the most modish campus, in beautiful downtown Vancouver. Established in 1942, Fairleigh Dickinson University is a private university with the main campus located in New Jersey. The institute includes 4 campuses including its campus in Vancouver, which is near the U.S. border and was inaugurated in 2007. The University equips students attending the course in Canada to earn an American degree as the programs taught here are authorized by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. The university offers courses in programs such as pharmacy, psychology, engineering, legal studies, and so on, which are as well the preferred selections among international students endeavoring to pursue an education in Canada. Fairleigh Dickinson University receives students from over 85 countries all over the globe. The university applications have an acceptance rate of approximately 87% which makes it a moderately competitive university to apply for.

Campus Life

The Vancouver Campus is placed within the vibrant district of Yaletown, adjacent to the Vancouver Public Library and enclosed by the hustle and bustle of downtown life, amazing restaurants, incredible sporting venues, shops. The University offers a student-centred atmosphere and grants a great wealth of knowledge and growth outside the classes. Abundant opportunities are available for diverse students from all walks of life to experience and to enhance their academic studies. Silberman College of Business and Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies courses are conducted here. At the same time, key programs are in place to fulfil essential requirements.

Noted Alumni

Noted Alumni are "Star Trek" TV series writer Dorothy Fontana, ex-NFL player George Martin, Klimentiy Kenzikeyev, Sylvana Marsicovetere, Has Dra Ximena Ortega Salgado.