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Study abroad: Concordia Student Exchange Program (CSEP)

Do you like to travel? Would you like to interact with other cultures in a university setting taking approved courses that will count for credit towards your degree at Concordia? If you answered "yes" then you should look into Studying Abroad through the Student Exchange Program.


In order to be eligible, students in the Faculty of Arts and Science are required to comply with the following prerequisites:

  • Be registered in, and successfully complete, 12-15 credits in both the Fall and Winter and/or Summer terms in the year of application (for a total of 24 credits)
  • Have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 (B) in the year of application
  • Most universities will offer courses in English; however, if they do not, you must be fluent in the language of instruction of the host university and prove this via a language placement test

Note: Part-time students are not qualified to participate.


Bursaries are available for students participating on exchange. Please go to for more information.

Note: Students who wish to study at a school, other than those under the student exchange program, should review the available information on transfer credits.



For more Faculty information on the ISEP,
please contact Shoshana Kalfon at
(514) 848-2424 ext. 4016 or by e-mail at
For general information on the ISEP,
please visit Concordia International.

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