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The University of the Fraser Valley offers more than 100 fully accredited programs. - Submitted photo
The University of the Fraser Valley offers more than 100 fully accredited programs.
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The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) remains committed to its students, and ensures more individual attention with smaller classroom sizes.

The university offers more than 100 fully accredited programs, including two master’s degrees, 15 bachelor’s degrees and more than a dozen trades and technology programs. UFV continues to provide a diverse learning environment for its 16,000 local and international students.

UFV has been a major source of social, economical and cultural growth for the community, and consistently attracts new businesses. The school hosts a variety of lectures, workshops, conferences and sporting events for the public to attend.

In addition to its campuses and locations in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Hope and Agassiz, UFV has recently opened a Clearbrook centre for Continuing Studies and other programs.

The new 15,000-square-foot learning centre is in central Abbotsford and within walking distance to Sevenoaks Shopping Centre, The Reach Gallery Museum, restaurants and the library. The centre also houses the UFV Applied Business Technology program and will be used by other UFV departments for special events and seminars.

The UFV Clearbrook centre is located on the bottom floor of the Clearbrook Library at 32355 Veterans Way.

Abbotsford is home to the main campus of the university located at: 33844 King Road.

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