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Concordia University At a Glance!

Concordia University was formed in 1974 following the merger of Loyola College and Sir George Williams University.

Concordia University follows the motive of “next- generation thinking” and constantly think further, but these two institutions ensure that Concordia University remember its roots, and illustrious history.

Today, it is amongst the top ranked universities of the world. It is place as best university in North America consecutively for second year in QS Top 50 Under 50 Ranking. It is ranked number one in Canada.

Concordia has thrived over the years in not only research, faculty or staff but also enrolment of students has increased. During the academic year 2019-2020, the enrolment of students was 46,077 and it is twice the number at the time of founding of the university.

The university has particularly thrived in computer and advanced research.

University life at Concordia University

Concordia University, located in Montreal- a certified best city to be a student in North America, is welcoming and open. Two campuses and more than 200 groups allow students to explore their interest and discover the unexpected.

There are endless possibilities to learn:

  • A new language
  • join sports club
  • debating society

The diverse student population and people coming from all across the world make university inclusive and life happening at the same time.

The opportunities to volunteer and connect with the community are endless. This particularly helps international students.

What are the tuition fees at Concordia University?

For under graduation the fee at Concordia University depends on two indicators, which are

  • Who you are & Where you live

Based on these indicators the tuition fee is:

Tuition and compulsory fees by degree type Quebec residents Out-of-province Canadians & permanent residents French & Francophone Belgian citizens* US & international students*
Arts / Education / Science $4,933 $10,714 $22,899 – $27,018
Administration / Commerce $5,085 $10,866 $27,278 – $32,120
Engineering / Computer Science $4,973 $10,753 $25,126 – $29,607
Fine Arts $5,038 $10,818 $23,004 – $27,123
All programs: Health & dental insurance plan $234 (Optional for Canadian citizens and permanent residents) $1,344

The tuition fee for Graduation varies from program to program.

What is the selection process at Concordia University?

Concordia University accepts admission twice a year. The deadline for Fall and Winter term are:

  • 1st March
  • 1st November

To apply four steps must be followed:

  • Chose a Program
  • Check the availability of Program
  • Review the requirements
  • Check the application deadline

Mandatory documents required from Mature students include:

  • A curriculum vita
  • Evidence of Age
  • School Records
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Letter of Intent
  • Transcripts


It should be noted that each program has its own application procedures. Some programs require specific additional documents from applicants depending on their profile or the requirements of the program. To apply for a Bachelor’s degree: generally speaking, the applicant’s transcripts, CV and birth certificate must be attached to the application file.

To apply for a Master’s degree: the application must be sent before January 20. The application must include the completed application form, the candidate’s CV, at least three letters of recommendation, a motivation essay and all transcripts for each year of graduate studies completed.

All applicants (Bachelor’s and Master’s) must meet the language requirements of their programs and pay an application fee.

What are the different programs at Concordia University?

Concordia University offers more than 100 programs for both Undergraduate and Graduate admission including social sciences, computer science and management sciences.

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