Opportunities for students
Concordia's research training occurs at all levels of the higher education spectrum. Undergraduate research opportunities range from honours theses projects to summer jobs. Over 100 graduate programs are complemented by a host of postdoctoral fellowship opportunities and a rich spectrum of collaborative research and training through our many centres and institutes.
Consult department websites for undergraduate research opportunities. Consider doing an honours thesis, a practicum or internship course, or apply for undergraduate research funding:
- NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards Program
- Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Awards Program
Concordia's over 100 graduate programs span a diverse range of fields across the arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, engineering, commerce and administration, as well as interdisciplinary studies. The university supports highly specialized, field-specific research but is also a world leader in trans-disciplinary studies and training. The intellectual vitality of these programs can be felt in our labs, classrooms, studios and corridors.
Postdoctoral Fellows are an integral part of the university community and make an indispensable contributution to its mission. As research trainees, Postdoctoral Fellows have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to their chosen field.
Building on a strong foundation of international academic cooperation, Concordia International focuses its efforts on developing and maintaining the growing interest in international educational opportunities. Many of our students and faculty members have helped initiate new projects involving study abroad programs, collaborative curriculum development and a variety of cutting edge research.
Featured Postdoctoral fellowship
The Simon de Beauvoir Institute welcomes Postdoctoral Fellows interested in feminist issues. The institute provides office space, internet access, library privileges, and a community of scholars committed to feminist inquiry.