Celebrate and enjoy your moment. Big things are about to happen.

Welcome to the first chapter in your SFU Beedie story. We can’t wait for you to join us and get started on this journey together. 

At every step, we’ll be there to offer the support, guidance, and information needed to make the most of the opportunities that come your way.

There’s hard work ahead, but there is also belonging and discovery, friendship and meaning. You are more than ready for what comes next.

As you get ready to launch your journey with us, please be sure to read through the important steps below.

From a practical introduction to life on campus to opportunities for networking with your new community: Each activity and event is designed to set you up for success from day one.

You've made the right choice


Comprehensive university in Canada as voted by Maclean’s Magazine 13 out of the last 14 years


Business school in Canada as ranked by Maclean’s Magazine


In scholarships and awards received by SFU Beedie students in the past year


of 1st year SFU Beedie students successfully transition into 2nd year


Co-op placements in 2021


Average salary for a 4 month Co-op term


Exchange partners in 37 countries around the world


Clubs at SFU


Prepare for your first term

It’s time to say “YES!”

Accept your admissions offer and pay your deposit.

Activate Your SFU Computing ID and Email

After you accept your offer of admission by paying your admission deposit, you will receive an email sent to your non-SFU email address indicating that your SFU computing ID is ready for activation. Activate and check your SFU email for your assigned enrollment date/time. Starting in September 2022, you will receive this email in mid-June.

Enroll into University Prep

You aren’t alone if you’re nervous about the transition to university. It can be confusing—an academic world with its own terminology, practices, and requirements. Our free, online SFU University Prep program eliminates the mystery, and helps you plan and prepare for the demands of post-secondary education. Each step takes only 30 minutes to complete and covers everything you need to know before classes start.

  • Gain confidence in your ability to navigate degree requirements, course schedules and university life.
  • Get to know the services open to students, like recreation passes, memberships, and financial aid
  • Find out how to access the academic and career supports available to you during your degree
  • Collect tips—like time management, course selection, and goal-setting—for a successful year
  • Learn how to get involved on-campus in student and volunteer activities
  • Explore international and engagement opportunities
  • Get ahead and build your first-term schedule

Get in Touch with a Current Student

Connect with a current SFU Beedie student through video conference. This is a great chance to learn more about the program, student life, and the many opportunities that await you. Sign up for a time that suits your schedule.

Laundry Day Discussions: Student Life
University Life

Hear Jonathan, Ashley, and Penny discuss common questions about what it is like at SFU Beedie.

Student Q&A - Kim
Student Q&A

Curious about what life is really like at SFU Beedie? People asked via our @sfubeedie Instagram page and Kim provided answers.

Student Q&A - Branden
Student Q&A

Hear from Branden as he answers questions on our @sfubeedie Instagram page about life, how to prepare, and what to expect at SFU Beedie.

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Study Tips

Learn Vicky’s top 5 tips for studying effectively.

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Eating healthy on a student budget

Rebecca shares her tips and tricks on how to save money and eat well.

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How to work with group members

Learn about the different types of team members and how to work together effectively.

Study With Me
Study with Me

Looking for study buddy? You have one right here with Kim.

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Study Abroad

Travel the world, make new friends, and learn business through a different lens.

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Get paid to learn new skills and gain practical work experience.

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Case Competition

Put your business skills to the test and represent the school in local, national, and international competitions.

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Day in a Life of an SFU Beedie Student

Follow Ashley as she takes you through one her busy days.

Course Planning and Connections Sessions

Meet other incoming students and get tips from our Academic Advisors to plan for your first term at SFU Beedie. Register for one of our upcoming sessions.

Online Course Planning

June 30, 9:30am-10:30am
Register here

Enroll into Your First Term Courses

The enrollment period for the fall term begins in July.

Here are some resources for course planning:

Business Foundation Program

In your first term, explore the many facets of business through your core introductory business course, BUS 201, along with foundational electives to set you up for success. Meet the team of professional advisors and services dedicated to supporting your academic, professional, and personal growth.

Work with an Advisor

Can’t make it to a course planning workshop? Our friendly and supportive SFU Beedie Advisors are there for you with answers to all your burning questions. They’ll work with you to plan your degree and help you identify campus resources, supports and opportunities.

Student Services

Check out all of the ways we can help you make the most out of your BBA.

Get to Know Your Profs

Find out some interesting information about some of your first year profs.

Have Questions? We have answers.

What do synchronous and asynchronous courses look like? Will I be able to make friends? What opportunities can I look forward to? Associate Dean, Dr. Peter Tingling, shares insight into these FAQs, plus a few more!

Book a Campus Tour

Wondering where to buy books? Looking for a place to work out? Want to know the fastest route to class? Take a student-led tour and visit the library, residences, gym facilities, classrooms, and more that make up your home base on campus. Online options available.

Take Care of Yourself

We want you to bring your best self to school every day. That means taking care of your health and overall well-being. Access quality health care that includes health clinics, 24/7 counseling, referral and support programs, and much more. Online options available.

Find a Place to Stay on Campus

Live on campus and immerse yourself in university life and academic experience. With housing options that include towers, traditional residence halls, studio style apartments and townhouses, SFU Residence and Housing can connect you with the SFU Beedie Living Learning Community. As an SFU Beedie LLC member in residence, you’ll share a floor with other SFU Beedie students and benefit from peer support, networking opportunities, social events, academic advising and career management programs—all right outside your door. Live together, study together, have fun together, and enjoy a sense of belonging that helps smooth the transition to university life.

Find Parking

Parking on campus is managed by the Parking & Sustainable Mobility office and rate and permit information is available on their website. Public parking is available for students at our downtown campuses.

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The Right Choice

    Your student’s decision to attend SFU Beedie marks the beginning of an incredible four-year journey of growth and discovery. In choosing our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), they have selected a program that delivers on what it promises—adaptability, versatility, and the skills required in the ever-shifting global business landscape. They will learn from the best in a supportive environment that prioritizes applied problem-solving and learning that extends beyond the classroom. Your guidance helped bring them to this life-changing moment and gave them the confidence to pursue a business education.

    Support from Day One

      When we welcome a student into the SFU Beedie community, we also welcome their family and supporters. We’re in this together, each with an essential role to play.

      Our academic advisors will offer guidance to your student and provide strategies to achieve their educational goals. We are also here to answer your questions and provide clarity for both you and your student.

      Our support goes beyond academics. Your student also has access to all the resources of the SFU Beedie Career Management Centre, including one-on-one advising, workshops, career talks, company tours, mentoring, networking opportunities, recruitment events, job postings, and more. Our Cooperative Education (Co-op) advisors and Office of International Programs are also available to talk with you and your student about opportunities at home and abroad.

      Visit our advisor page for all the ways to get in touch.

      Student Involvement

        This is your student’s time to shine. Experiences, friendships, and community contributions are a critical part of the overall educational experience. Encourage them to participate in campus life and enrich their learning through clubs, case competitions, and leadership and community opportunities.

        These are the moments when your student will discover where they can excel personally, academically, and professionally. They are the experiences that will inform future decisions around concentrations, courses, and potential program complements. Involvement in student life is also vital for building a support network of peers and friends during the transition from high school to university.

        Share the importance of these character and skill-building opportunities with your student and discuss the potential benefits of engaging with the faculty, mentors, and peers in different environments. Take time to explore what’s offered by the SFU Beedie’s Student Development & Engagement Office, a hub connecting students to clubs, case competitions, conferences, leadership programs, and more. Visit the student organization page for more information.

        Transitioning to University Life

          SFU Beedie offers a safe and supportive environment in which students are expected to take calculated risks. Your student will push boundaries as they explore their identity and look for a direction for their future.

          As a parent or supporter, you are no longer your student’s primary advocate or the gatekeeper of grades and information. Once a student applies to SFU, the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) prohibits university faculty and staff from discussing their personal and academic information with anyone else. This includes information on financial standing, attendance, grades, and participation in activities. To stay informed, keep all lines of communication open with your student, and check in regularly about how their year is unfolding.

          Health & Wellness

            We know that your student’s emotional, social, and physical well-being is your priority. It is also our priority, and we understand that balancing health and wellness with academic achievement is critical to success. Many supports are available, from health clinics, to 24/7 counselling, referral and support programs, and more.

            Before school starts, talk with your student about healthy choices in all areas of their life and help them learn about what options are available to them to take care of their health, and for times they may need help and support. 


              Throughout the year, SFU Beedie hosts several events designed to inform and enrich the academic experience, and to introduce your student to the business community. While most are exclusive to students, some activities are appropriate for parents and supporters. Communicate with your student about what events are on their academic calendar, and determine which ones you should attend.

              Communication and Celebrate

                You can best support your student through awareness—awareness, as best you can, of what they are going through emotionally, socially, and academically. The way you stay aware is by communicating openly and honestly.

                Remember: University is an intense and busy time. You may have less contact with your student than you are used to. When you do connect with your student, don’t forget to celebrate the successes you see along the way. It took years of hard work to get to this time and place. Measurements of success look different as a young adult in university. As the goalposts move—and they will—recognize achievements in all areas of growth.

                Important Dates

                June 30

                Course Planning

                Sept. 6

                SFU Welcome Day

                Sept. 7

                First Day of Classes

                Sept. 16-18

                SFU Beedie LAUNCH

                Feb. 2023

                SFU Beedie Case Competition Training Program (CCTP)

                Mar. 2023

                SFU Beedie Protégé


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                I want to work for companies that don’t just make a profit, but try to make a positive impact in the world, and of course, are in fashion.

                Rosa Tang

                BBA Alumnus


                The flexibility SFU Beedie offers enabled me to combine my interests in my joint major in international business and economics, but also offered so much through experiential learning and opportunities to get involved. There is so much that the time passes very quickly, so it’s important to make the most of it while you can.

                Sasha Vukovic

                BBA Alumnus

                International Business

                SFU Beedie gave me an opportunity to shape my professional goals and define my core values.

                Natasha Tsoy

                BBA Alumnus

                Entrepreneurship and Innovation

                When I took some classes at SFU's Beedie School of Business, I realized how much I loved the business aspect of things

                Ben Hellner

                BBA Alumnus

                Management Information Systems

                I know that whatever I do, the education I gained from my SFU Beedie experience will help me to bring about change.

                Alain Ndayishimiye

                BBA Alumnus

                Human Resources Management

                I felt really supported at SFU Beedie and because of that, I was able to accomplish so much.

                Becky Wong

                BBA Alumnus


                Design and business come hand in hand in industry, and my SFU Beedie education gave me a unique way of thinking.

                Taylor Ward

                BBA Alumnus

                Joint Program

                A lot of students don’t follow a traditional path through university, and that’s ok.

                Enoch Weng

                BBA Alumnus



                International Business

                Entrepreneurship & Innovation

                Management Information Systems

                HR Management


                Joint Major


                Connect with our Admissions Team

                Our admissions team is more than happy to answer your questions. Please email bsb_admit@sfu.ca or call 778.782.5567.