University of the Fraser Valley’s Canada

University of the Fraser Valley

About - University of the Fraser Valley’s Canada

Thakur College of Science and Commerce (TCSC) Started a Course in Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems(BCIS) with collaboration of University of the Fraser Valley’s Canada This gives an opportunity for students to study two years in Thakur College and Two years  in University of the Fraser Valley’s Canada. It is a most unique and cost effective program available for XII pass Student.

About UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley is a public post-secondary institution fully accredited by the Ministry of Advanced Education of British Columbia: . UFV is also a full member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, which represents and provides services for all of Canada’s publicly recognized universities:

Nestled in the beautiful Fraser Valley just east of Vancouver, UFV has campuses in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, and Mission and regional centres in Hope and Agassiz. UFV is a university with a focus on teaching excellence, enrolling over 14,000 students per year. In 2009 UFV was graded with an overall “A” average among Canadian universities in the annual University Report Card developed by Canada’s leading national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, in conjunction with The Strategic Counsel and Educational Policy Institute:

UFV Campus
University of the Fraser Valley CampusUniversity of the Fraser Valley Campus

UFV is unique in that it offers traditional university degrees while also providing a wide variety of applied certificate and diploma programs as well as extensive developmental programs such as English as A Second Language and Adult Basic Education. The University is involved in many research projects that directly serve the community as well as discipline-based research. Many UFV programs offer a Co-operative Education (Co-op) option, combining study with supervised, professional, paid, off-campus work experience. Students from over 70 countries have attended UFV making it a diverse institution. UFV’s domestic population includes students from many ethnic, religious and national backgrounds. In particular, UFV has developed an emphasis in Indian and South Asian studies based at our Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies --


Co-operation between the two institutions will focus on areas of common interest.

The objectives of this MOU can include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • the development of articulation/transfer agreement agreements
  • the organisation of cooperative academic activities, such as conferences, seminars, symposia or lectures
  • faculty visits and other faculty collaboration
  • the exchange of students and development of international mobility agreements
  • the exchange of publications and other materials of common interest; and
  • the exploration of common research interests

Cooperative projects under this MOU may include any of the academic disciplines of TCSC and UFV.

Initial areas of cooperation may include but not be limited to:

  • The initiation of a “2+2” transfer agreement leading to degree completion at UFV in Computer Information Systems
  • Exploration of the potential for other transfer options including Business/Commerce, Sciences, the Arts and Fashion Design


Delegates from UFV and TCSC at the time of signing MOU

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Penn State

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