Before you apply to a Concordia graduate program, you need to prepare.
Concordia’s School of Graduate Studies includes a wide range of specialties, interdisciplinary programs and outstanding research. Close to 6,000 graduate students conduct research and creative work in over 100 programs.
- Explore Concordia’s graduate programs
For a guided tour of research labs and facilities, or to make an appointment with a Graduate Program Director of a specific program, you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadlines vary and depend upon the program. You must complete admission files by the deadline indicated. In most cases, however, international applicants must arrange for all required documentation to be in the appropriate office at least six months before the commencement of classes.
Many graduate programs require the completion of additional forms or the submission of additional materials. Please contact the appropriate person within the department housing your program in order to verify if there are any additional program-specific requirements.
Find your contact person by:
- Visiting the departmental website (see full list of department websites) or
- Using the program contact list from the School of Graduate Studies.
Quebec universities offer the lowest tuition fees in Canada and a high-calibre post-secondary education. Combined with a low cost of living in Montreal, studying at Concordia is good value, especially when compared to many other universities. The cost of tuition and other fees depends on what program you will be studying, whether you’re an international or domestic student, and some other factors.
You may check the status of your application or upload missing documents on the MyConcordia portal.
- Visit the MyConcordia portal
- Find the tab Application Center in the left-hand column. You can verify your status and see which documents the university has received.
Once you’ve received your letter of acceptance, you should visit out new student pages and prepare for your new career as a grad student!