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Concordia University Montreal Admission Requirements for Int’l Students

Concordia offers over 300 undergraduate and 100 graduate courses across four faculties, colleges, institutes, and a school of graduate studies.

This page mainly discusses Concordia University Montreal admission requirements. It will also focus on courses/programs, tuition fees for international students, and so on. Concordia University is a publicly funded university located in Montreal in Quebec, Canada.

The University was founded in 1974 following the merger of Sir George Williams and Loyola College. The University is one of the three institutions in Quebec where English is the primary language of instruction.

Concordia offers over 300 undergraduate and 100 graduate courses across four faculties, colleges, institutes, and a school of graduate studies. During the 2017–2018 academic session, there were 37,053 undergraduate and 9,040 graduate students enrolled in the university.

The university is also a member of the International Association of Universities (IAU), the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).

The school is home to varieties of people and races from across the world. There are over 2000 international students currently enrolled in the university at the time of compiling this post.

Concordia University Montreal Programs

Concordia offers 19 undergraduate programs leading to bachelor’s degrees or certificates, including inter-disciplinary studies. Thirty-Four (34) graduate programs that lead to diploma, master’s, doctoral, and certificate degrees.

Undergraduate programs

  • Aerospace Engineering (BEng)
  • Building Engineering (BEng)
  • Civil Engineering (BEng)
  • Computer Applications (BCompSc)
  • Computer Engineering (BEng)
  • Computer Games (BCompSc)
  • Computer Science (Minor)
  • Computer Science General Program (BCompSc)
  • Computer Systems (BCompSc)
  • Electrical Engineering (BEng)
  • Industrial Engineering (BEng)
  • Information Systems (BCompSc)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng)
  • Science and Technology (Cert)
  • Software Engineering (BEng)
  • Software Systems (BCompSc)
  • Web Services and Applications (BCompSc)
  • Computer Applications – Computation Arts (BCompSc)
  • Computer Applications – Mathematics and Statistics (BCompSc/BSc/BA)

Graduate programs

  • Aerospace Engineering (MEng)
  • Building Engineering (Grad. Cert.)
  • Building Engineering (MASc)
  • Building Engineering (MEng)
  • Building Engineering (PhD)
  • Chemical Engineering (Grad. Cert.)
  • Chemical Engineering (GrDip)
  • Civil Engineering (MASc)
  • Computer Science (MApCompSc)
  • Computer Science (MCompSc)
  • Computer Science (PhD)
  • Civil Engineering (MEng)
  • Civil Engineering (PhD)
  • Computer Science (GrDip)
  • Construction Engineering and Management (MEng)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (MASc)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEng)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (PhD)
  • Environmental Engineering (Grad.Cert.)
  • Environmental Engineering (MEng)
  • Individualized Program (MA, MSc)
  • Individualized Program (PhD)
  • Industrial Engineering (MASc)
  • Industrial Engineering (MEng)
  • Industrial Engineering (PhD)
  • Information & Systems Engineering (PhD)
  • Information Systems Security (MASc)
  • Information Systems Security (MEng)
  • Innovation, Technology and Society (Grad. Cert.)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Grad. Cert.)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MASc)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MEng)
  • Mechanical Engineering (PhD)
  • Quality Systems Engineering (MASc)
  • Quality Systems Engineering (MEng)
  • Software Engineering (MASc)
  • Software Engineering (MEng)
  • Software Engineering (PhD)

Concordia University Montreal Admission Requirements For International Students

Below are the admission requirements according to programs for international students at the Concordia University Montreal

Bachelor Of Education:

This program is for students who wish to teach in elementary and secondary schools.

Eligibility/ Requirements


To be eligible, you must have

  • 120 credits of core and elective courses
  • four day-time internships in three different terms.
  •  Be an expert speaker of English with at least a working knowledge of French.

Bachelor Of Computer Science:

This degree prepares students to become computer professionals

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must be good at computer science, mathematics, and a few electives.
  • You must have a high academic standing
  • Your application form must be submitted to the Honours program
  • You must have regular 90 credit degree program requirements

Bachelor Of Engineering:

This prepares you for the engineering profession.

Eligibility/ requirements

  • You must take the core courses at the beginning of the program. This helps you to familiarize yourself with the analysis and design aspects of your chosen field of study.
  • Focus on your particular electives.
  • Have the regular (120 credit) degree program requirements.

Bachelor of Fine Arts:

This offers degree programs in both the Visual and the Performing Arts.

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must have a minimum of 66 credits in a discipline or field.
  • For the major courses, you must have a sequence of courses totaling 48 or more credits and for the minor, you must have  a sequence of courses totaling 24 or more credits
  • You must complete a minimum of six credits from course offerings outside the Fine Arts academic sectors.

Bachelor of administration:

This provides students with a fundamental grounding in administration.

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must complete a set of 14 required core courses.
  • You must complete regular 90-credit program requirements.

Bachelor Of Commerce:

This provides you with an education for many careers in business.

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must complete an optional 12 credit Business minor in addition to your major.
  • You must complete a common set of 14 required core courses.

Bachelor of science

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must have a minimum of 90 credits requirements

Bachelor Of Arts

Eligibility/Requirements

  • You must have a minimum of 90 credits
  • You must have 30 additional credits.

Admission Deadline

The admission deadline is June 1st.

Concordia University Overview

Type of University Private, Coed
Campus setting Suburban
Academic Calendar Semester
Total Student Enrollment 2018-19 46,829
Total no. of International Students 9,624
Tuition Fees (International)* 12,800 – 50,00 CAD
Cost of living 12,000 – 15,000 CAD
Official test scores TOEFL/IELTS/ PTE;
SAT/ ACT/ GMAT/ GRE
Admission Help-desk 514-848-2424

Concordia Campuses

Concordia has two campuses that are home to faculties, schools, and libraries.

Sir George Williams Campus
Bldg. Address Functions
EV 1515 Saint Catherine Street West Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Complex
GM 1550 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West Guy Metro Building (administration)
GN 1185 Saint Mathieu Street Grey Nuns Building (student residence)
H 1455 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West Henry F. Hall Building (social sciences, humanities and engineering)
LB 1400 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West J.W. McConnell Building (professor offices and library)
MB 1450 Guy Street John Molson School of Business (commerce and administration)

 

Loyola Campus
Bldg. Address Functions
AD 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Administration Building
CJ 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Communication Studies and Journalism Building
GE 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics
HU 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Applied Science Hub
SP 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Richard J. Renaud Science Complex
VL 7141 Sherbrooke Street West Georges P. Vanier Library Building
PC 7200 Sherbrooke Street West PERFORM Centre (Prevention, Evaluation, Rehabilitation and FORMation/training)

Concordia University Montreal Tuition Fees For International Students

Tuition Fees
Undergraduate Programs—————————————————————- $19,856 / Year
Post Graduate Program —————————————————————– $13,725 / Year
On-Campus
Meal Plan ———————————————————————————– $3,322 / Year
Single Room ——————————————————————————- $5,490 / Year
Off-Campus
Room and Board —————————————————————————$7,650 / Year
Meal Plan ———————————————————————————— $5,400 / Year

TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINES

Academic Term Payment Deadline
(i.e. payment must be posted to the student’s account no later than)
Consequences for non-payment by the payment deadline
Summer courses

May – August

Fees are due May 1

Final payment deadline is May 31 after which, late payment and interest fees will be applied.

** Any tuition & other fees incurred from a registration made after May 31 is due immediately.

  • A $80.00 late payment fee will be charged;
  • monthly interest charges will be applied to overdue balances beginning June 1, and
  • go to Consequences for late payment and non-payment of fees for further information.
Fall courses

September – December

Fees are due September 1

Final payment deadline is September 30 after which, late payment and interest fees will be applied.

 

  • A $80.00 late payment fee will be charged;
  • monthly interest charges will be applied to overdue balances beginning October 1; and
  • go to Consequences for late payment and non-payment of fees for further information.

Fall / Winter

courses

September – April

50% of fall/winter Fees (/3 courses) are due on September 1.

Final payment deadline is September 30 after which, late payment and interest fees will be applied.

Balance of fall/winter Fees (/3 courses) are due on January 1.

Final payment deadline is January 31 after which, late payment and interest fees will be applied.

  • A $80.00 late payment fee will be charged;
  • monthly interest charges will be applied to overdue balances beginning October 1 and February 1; and
  • go to Consequences for late payment and non-payment of fees for further information.
Winter courses
January – April
Fees (/4 courses) are due January 1.

Final payment deadline is January 31 after which, late payment and interest fees will be applied.

 

  • A $80.00 late payment fee will be charged;
  • monthly interest charges will be applied to overdue balances beginning February 1; and
  • go to Consequences for late-payment and non-payment of fees for further information.

To know more about the student tuition and fees by a specific program, please, visit the link: https://www.concordia.ca/admissions/tuition-fees/how-fees-are-billed/graduate/fees.html

Funding Opportunities At Concordia

The following are Internal funding opportunities for Concordia students

  • Quebec Mobility Bursary
  • Goldie and Joe Raymer Fellowship
  • Naim Mahlab Student Travel Award

These external funding opportunities are available to all international students while some are specific to nationality others are general and can be assessed by all interested students regardless of nationality.

Concordia University Montreal Ranking

The University is ranked high among the top higher educational institutions in Canada. The 2019 Maclean’s Guide to Canadian Universities ranked Concordia 10th among the best universities in Canada. On the international stage, Concordia is placed 464th in the 2019 QS World University Rankings.

Concordia University Montreal has also gained a considerable level of reputation in the field of humanities and social sciences. Higher Education Strategy Associates’ rankings of Universities in Canada in 2012 ranked Concordia 9th nationally in humanities and social sciences.