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Even if you do not meet the normal academic admission requirements, you may still be eligible to study at Concordia through the Mature Entry Program (MEP) based on age, experience and potential. The MEP requires the successful completion of a minimum of 18 additional credits. Mature entrants must meet the following conditions.
- Be 21 years old by August 1, December 1 or April 1 for entry in September, January or May respectively
- Not meet the normal academic requirements for admission, but demonstrate the ability to undertake undergraduate courses
- Have not been engaged in full-time study for at least 24 months since the age of 18. Applicants who have been out of school for 12 months may be admitted provided the academic record for the previous 24 months is favourable
- Be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
REQUIRED ADMISSION DOCUMENTS FOR MEP
- Acceptable proof of age
- School records
- Any material demonstrating your ability to pursue university studies
- The completed mature student section of the application
- Curriculum vitae
Arts and Science
In some programs, prerequisites will account for some or all of the additional 18 credits. Before registering, consult with an advisor at the Student Transition Centre and a program advisor.
John Molson School of Business
Pre-requisite courses with appropriate grades: Calculus I, Linear Algebra, Micro and Macro Economics, Computer Literacy course.
Applicants lacking the prerequisites may be considered provided they have five years of relevant Business work experience.
Engineering and Computer Science
Specific prerequisites and courses required.
Appropriate courses must be chosen with the approval of the Faculty advisor.
Source: Undergraduate Program Guide 2012-2013