Follow the steps below to prepare an application to Concordia. Once you’ve decided which program you want to apply to and have reviewed all admission requirements, including language proficiency and international requirements, you are ready to move onto the next step. 

This guide will lead you through the online application process.

Please note:

  • You may save your application at any point, allowing you to partially complete the process (if necessary) and return to it later. 
  • Be sure to have a valid credit card ready (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) for the application fee and a valid email address for correspondence.

Application assessment period

When your application is complete and you’ve added all supporting documents to your file, we start to consider your application. You will receive a response anywhere from 48 hours for Cegep students to eight weeks or more for international students. Because the admissions process varies for each student and program, we cannot give specific dates for a decision. See more details about the application assessment period.

If you apply for admission to a semester in the distant future (for example, to start a year from the time you apply), we will defer our decision until we receive the grades for any courses that you have not yet completed.

Check your application status online

You can keep tabs on your application status online. Log into MyConcordia.ca and go to My Student Centre.

Letters of acceptance

We communicate admission decisions with you by email or regular post – not over the phone. Please double check your email junk folder if you have not received any emails from Concordia.

Contact Us

To contact our admissions staff about questions regarding your application, email us at study@concordia.ca.

 

Congratulations! You now have your Offer of Admission in hand. We’re so glad you’ll be joining us.

The Guide to First Year will help you accept your offer and officially become a Concordia student. You can also learn about orientation and other ways to get settled at Concordia.

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