Scholarships are based on academic achievement, along with other criteria in some cases.
Concordia will automatically consider you for general entrance scholarships when you apply, based on our marks, meaning there’s no need for a separate scholarship application. (Entrance scholarships for incoming international students do require an application.)
If you’re offered a Concordia entrance scholarship, you’ll find those details in your offer letter, or your Faculty may contact you directly.
You may wish to apply for privately funded scholarships and bursaries sponsored by external associations, companies, foundations, societies and club.
Students in financial need may be eligible for a bursary. To apply, complete the “Entrance Bursary” form on MyConcordia before June 15.
Concordia participates in all Canadian government student financial aid programs as well as the United States Federal Student Aid program. Apply to the financial aid program in effect where you currently live. Apply early to receive your funds on time.
Eligible students can work on campus up to 20 hours a week (to a maximum of 200 hours per term). Work-Study is a great way to acquire valuable job skills, build your resumé and get involved in the Concordia community.