You can put three program choices on your application. We will evaluate your choices in the order you specify.
Your first choice should be your top choice. If you don’t get accepted to your first choice, we’ll automatically consider your other choices, in the order that you specify.
Pick a new subject for each choice. For example, don't choose the honours, specialization and major in the same subject (e.g. Psychology) for your three choices. If you don't meet the requirements for the honours, we'll automatically consider you for the specialization or the major instead.
Admission requirements for some programs are exactly the same (for example, all John Molson School of Business degree programs and Aerospace Engineering programs). Do not choose more than one program for your three choices if they have the same admission requirements.
Consider including a less competitive program among your choices. This will help maximize your chances!
We consider complete applications year round and we give priority to applicants who apply by official deadlines. Late applications will be considered if places are still availablefor the fall term only.
You many continue to upload documents to your file even after* you’ve submitted your application. *Some department-specific additional documents (e.g. letter of intent) must be submitted by the application deadlines.
Your deadline to submit proof of English proficiency
Please keep in mind that we cannot move forward with your file until we receive your English proficiency test scores. If we are missing your test scores, we will send you a letter requesting the scores.
Normally, you will have three weeks to submit your results from that point. If you are unable to meet that deadline, but you are scheduled to take an English proficiency test, please upload a copy of your scheduled or planned test date.
Please note that we will not consider any applications missing English proficiency test scores after July 31 for Fall (September) entry and December 1 for Winter (January) entry.
Deadlines for additional program requirements
Many programs have departmental requirements that you must satisfy in addition to Concordia’s minimum admission requirements. Additional requirements might include portfolios, auditions, interviews, letters of intent, etc.
You must make arrangements to submit these additional requirements with the department you apply to.