University of the Fraser Valley
The University of the Fraser Valley has its campuses in Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Mission and Hope, British Columbia. This Canadian university was established in the year 1974 as Fraser Valley College. It was formed as a response to the requirement for expanded vocational training in the communities of the Fraser Valley. It then turned out to be a university college in the year 1988, wherein it had degree-granting status. This institution grew swiftly and became one among the largest university colleges in the whole of Canada. After recognizing the growing requirements for higher education within the region and also in the province, the provincial government awarded full university status to this institution in the year 2008. The university began the operation officially under the new name from the month of September, 2008. The student enrollment is at the moment more than 15000 students, every year. Study in Canada is the first choice of most of the international and overseas students and so is this university.
This university earned the most "A Range" grades of any post-secondary institution in British Columbia, in the 2010 Globe and Mail Canadian University Report. It received A grades in student-faculty interaction, quality of education and ease of registration.