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University of Fraser Valley
Abbotsford, British Columbia
The term 'land claim' is typically used to describe any action involving the attempt by Indigenous peoples to recover lands and resources acquired by expansionist European settler states during the imperial and colonial periods. Typically, acquisition was enabled by the negotiation of treaties, but these were, as often as not, only part of a more complex process involving introduced disease, reserves, legislative action, and a range of culture practices generally referred to as the 'civilizing mission'.
High school transcript, post-secondary transcript(s) from all institutions attended, Applicants must have completed the equivalent of Canadian Grade 12 (Form Six or five O-levels plus at least two A-levels) and specific program entrance requirements for admission into any career, technical, or academic program, English requirements:IELTS (Academic) - score of 6.5 or higher with a minimum band score of 6.0, TOEFL - score of 88 or higher (iBT) with no section below 20, CAEL - score of 70, PTE - score of 61 with 60 in writing, Cambridge - Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) min C, Cambridge - Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) - A, EIKEN - Grade 1, CanTEST - score of 4.5 with a minimum writing score of 4.0, MELAB - score of 85, LPI - score of 30 (Level 5), English 12 C+ (or recognized Canadian equivalent)
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