Section 13.5.1 Application fee
Section 13.5.2 Deadlines
Students should submit an application through the Concordia website at concordia.ca. Students are encouraged to apply for admission as early as possible to allow sufficient time for the evaluation of their application. This is especially true for applicants from outside Canada. Supporting documents must be submitted at the time of application or as soon afterwards as they become available.
Applicants must state their full academic history on their application for admission or risk cancellation of their admission or registration. No transfer credit will be awarded retroactively for former studies not reported in the application.
There is an application fee required with every application, payable to Concordia University by certified cheque, money order, MasterCard, Visa, American Express or debit card (Interac). Applicants from outside Canada may pay this fee by international money order or draft drawn on a Canadian bank in Canadian funds.
This application fee is not refundable under any circumstances, nor can it be used towards tuition. It is not transferable to a session other than that for which the student is applying.
September is the normal point of entry to full-time and part-time studies. Entry in January is limited to certain programs. Students should refer to the admissions information within the relevant Faculty section on the Concordia website.
March 1 and November 1 are the application deadline dates normally set for the fall and winter terms respectively. However, candidates are encouraged to submit their applications well before the start of term to allow sufficient time for evaluation and notification. Candidates applying from outside of Canada should submit their applications by February 1 for September entry and September 1 for January entry. Application deadlines for microprograms may vary, and students should consult the relevant Faculty section on the Concordia website for specific dates.
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