Opportunity Awaits: Fully Funded Scholarships at Simon Fraser University for the 2023-2024 Academic Year

Opportunity Awaits: Fully Funded Scholarships at Simon Fraser University for the 2023-2024 Academic Year

Canadian and international students can apply for scholarships. Simon Fraser University (SFU) is a public research university with three campuses in British Columbia, Canada: Burnaby (main campus), Surrey, and Vancouver. SFU's undergraduate and graduate programmes run on a year-round, three-semester schedule.
The university enrolled 4,701 graduate students in the Fall 2021 semester, with international students accounting for 32% of the graduate student population.In 2017, Simon Fraser University ranked 17th in Canada in terms of sponsored research income (external sources of research funds). The university's faculty earned an average of $156,300 in sponsored research in the same year, while graduates earned an average of $30,900.

Open Scholarship 

The Undergraduate Open Scholarship recognises and supports academically qualified undergraduate students by awarding scholarships on a term-by-term basis.  There is no application process; students who meet the eligibility criteria are automatically considered for the Open Scholarship.


Awards are given in recognition of outstanding intellectual, cultural, social, or athletic achievements or community contributions.  Canadian and international students are eligible for awards.

SFU Service Awards 

Financial Aid and Awards accepts applications for the SFU Service Awards each year. The SFU Service Awards recognise unpaid service to the University community and/or the community at large, as well as leadership and volunteer work. These awards are open to SFU undergraduate students, but the B.C. Sugar Achievement Award is also open to SFU faculty.


Bursaries are supplemental sources of funding for students who have demonstrated financial need; they should not be considered your sole source of funding.

Canadian and international students can apply for bursaries.  You should be aware that you may not be eligible for a bursary every semester.

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Work-Study program 

The Work-Study Programme allows students to work on research projects while earning extra money. You will also gain valuable experience connecting with various SFU community members and building your co-curricular record. Work-Study hours are flexible, on campus, and supervised because a student's first commitment is to his or her studies.
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Eligibility requirements 

To apply for a scholarship, you must do the following:

  • At SFU, you must have completed at least 12 units of standard graded courses.
  • In the term of application, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units of standard graded courses at SFU.
  • at SFU, you must have a minimum CGPA of 3.50
  • Please keep in mind that 3 Unit Co-op is not a traditional graded course. Courses such as challenge, audit, and credit-free are not considered.

If a student with a disability is enrolled in 6 or more units of standard graded courses and meets all other eligibility requirements, he or she is eligible to apply for scholarships. The student must provide a letter from SFU's Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) confirming registration at the time of application.

Students who have received an SFU entrance award are eligible to apply for all other University-managed scholarships.
A student who is the recipient of an SFU entrance scholarship is ineligible for any other University-managed scholarship until the entrance scholarship is fully paid out. This policy is in effect for any term in which an entrance scholarship is delayed.
Some financial aid is only available to Indigenous students. Indigenous can be expanded to "Indigenous peoples of Canada" to include First Nations, M├ętis, and Inuit peoples.

How to Apply

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