Concordia University Montréal, Canada

Concordia University Montreal is a publicly funded university located in Montreal, 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. Its admission policy is based on students past academic records and grades.

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 Montréal Map And Location

Montreal is the city where the Concordia college is located. It is the most populous city in the Canadian province of Quebec. The city was first named the City of Mary by European settlers. The official language of the people of Montréal city is French. Though most of the people living in Montreal speak both English and French and this is why the city is called a bilingual city. The city is a  centre of commerce, aerospace, transport etc. In 2006, the Montreal city was named the UNESCO city of design and in 2017, it was ranked the 12th most livable city in the world. The city is the only Canadian city to have held the Summer Olympics. After Paris, Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world.

Concordia University Montreal Program

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

Undergraduate programs

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

Concordia University Montreal Ranking

The University is ranked high among top higher educational institutions in Canada. The 2019 Maclean’s Guide to Canadian Universities ranked Concordia 10th among 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 reputations 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.