For the latest announcements about Concordia University’s COVID-19 response efforts, visit the university’s website.
Concordia University, an institution that connects tens of thousands of people, understands the role it plays in helping its community navigate the effects that COVID-19 is having on our day-to-day operations. Consequently, we are continuously monitoring the situation, collaborating with experts, and following government guidance on the most effective measures to serve our local and global community.
Along with other Quebec and Canadian educational institutions, Concordia University’s campuses are physically closed until May 1st. The University and the John Molson School of Business are committed to helping students complete the term. As a result, essential services continue and administrators, faculty and staff are still hard at work, most notably laying the groundwork for a transition to online instruction for the rest of the term.
The Admissions team is still processing applications all while adopting an especially accommodating approach for applicants who are experiencing disruptions in their attempts to meet our graduate programs’ admissions requirements. For example, as you may well be aware, many GMAT and English Language proficiency exams have been cancelled. If you have applied to one of our programs, please understand that, under the circumstances, processing times may take a little longer than usual. However, we encourage you to contact us with any questions you may have, as it is our priority to provide you with the best available information.
In light of all this, we still want to keep in touch and continue sharing positive and inspiring stories for you moving forward. We look forward to connecting with you virtually, while we all respect the need for social distancing. Take care of yourselves and stay tuned for upcoming posts on the John Molson Graduate Blog.