SFU and Navitas extend partnership to 2030

SFU began working with the Australian-based company in 2006 when it launched the on-campus pathway program, Fraser International College.

“Fraser International College continues to produce engaged and ambitious learners”

FIC has consistently achieved outstanding student outcomes and produced award-winning alumni, the partners said.

The pathway has also been recognised by the British Columbia Council for International Education and the Canadian Bureau for International Education for “excellence in programming, marketing and student leadership”.

SFU provost​ Jon Driver, Navitas UPNA CEO Brian Stevenson, SFU president Andrew Petter and Navitas Group CEP Scott Jones. Photo: Navitas


In a statement, SFU vice-president, academic and provost Jonathan Driver said the partnership with the global education provider is a “testament to our shared vision, commitment to collaboration and dedication to fostering the success of international students”.

“Fraser International College continues to produce engaged and ambitious learners who, as global citizens, contribute greatly to our campus community and enhance SFU’s ability to provide all of our students with diverse and transformative learning opportunities,” Driver added.

President and CEO of Navitas North America Brian J.R. Stevenson said the company looks forward to the “shared success of Fraser International College for many years to come”.

“It’s a privilege for Navitas to partner with Simon Fraser University, a forward-thinking institution with a long-standing commitment to internationalisation,” said Stevenson concluded.

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