Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus

Welcome to Fairleigh Dickinson University’s newest campus, in beautiful downtown Vancouver. The University opened its fourth campus in September 2007 and already students from over 60 countries are benefiting from FDU’s long proven vision of preparing world citizens through global education, and in an intensive and student-centered learning environment students develop productive and insightful lives as citizens of an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.

Fairleigh Dickinson University is the largest private (not-for-profit) university in the state of New Jersey (USA) with approximately 12,000 graduate and undergraduate students and more than 100 degree programs ranging from the Associate of Arts (A.A.) to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The University was founded in 1942 and has four campuses. The University’s two main campuses are located in New Jersey – the Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck-Hackensack (just minutes from New York City) and the Florham Campus in Florham Park-Madison; and its two remaining campuses are international in location – one in Wroxton, Oxfordshire, England (established in 1965) and the other (its newest campus) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The Vancouver Campus offers students one of the few opportunities to earn an American college degree while studying in Canada. All degree programs offered at the Vancouver Campus have been authorized by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. Fairleigh Dickinson University – Vancouver welcomes students from around the world to create a culturally diverse learning environment. Vancouver offers resources to students who need additional support in developing their English-language skills before starting degree studies.

It is located within the vibrant district of Yaletown, close to the Vancouver Public Library and surrounded by the hustle and bustle of downtown life, wonderful restaurants, incredible sporting venues, superb shops, and numerous coffee houses. Vancouver is indeed a very exciting place to live and learn, and the Vancouver campus is now part of that excitement.