While you actively participate in labs and research groups, learning fundamental and invaluable skills, you will also live in Montreal, Canada's number one city for students. Our department has a convivial environment and sits on a traditional university campus.
Social life and extracurricular activities
The Concordia Physics Student Association (CPSA) is the student club for Physics, which plans activities for students throughout the year. Graduate students attend weekly seminars, meeting with national and internationally recognized physicists.
Students in the Department also take part in several outreach activities to promote the study of physics, including:
Numerous career options can be envisaged after graduation whether at the B.Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D. level. Graduates work in industry, teaching or governmental positions. Find out more about career options.