WELCOME, FIRST NATIONS, MÉTIS AND INUIT STUDENTS

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Wa'tkwanonhwerá:ton is a formal greeting in Kanien'kéha (Mohawk language) that means "our minds greet yours." At Concordia, we offer a supportive community to help Indigenous students thrive at university. We’re proud of our reputation as a friendly and inclusive place to learn, follow your curiosity and find your path.

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Indigenous Student Recruitment Officer Veronica Lefebvre is available to answer your questions about studying at Concordia. Book a video chat today!

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WHY CONCORDIA?



100+ programs

Choose from Concordia’s wide range of academic programs delivered across four faculties. Learn from award-winning professors, explore your interests and take advantage of experiential learning opportunities to get ahead in your career.

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Undergraduate Indigenous courses and programs

Concordia offers a First Peoples Studies program – the first program of its kind in Quebec! We also offer several individual courses across different disciplines that critically engage with content related to Indigenous peoples.

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Indigenous research

Concordia faculty and students combine their passion and expertise across disciplines to advance our shared knowledge and understanding of Indigenous issues.

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INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY AT CONCORDIA




Otsenhákta Student Centre

Find a sense of community on campus at the Otsenhákta Student Centre. Otsenhákta is a warm and welcoming place for Indigenous students to find connection and support. We help students succeed in their studies, while also providing a space to celebrate your identity.

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Indigenous Directions

The Office of Indigenous Directions is working to build a more equitable and inclusive future where Indigenous peoples, knowledge, research and scholarship are prioritized and celebrated throughout the university.

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Two campuses

With two campuses in Montreal, Concordia enjoys the best of both worlds: 

  • Sir George Williams Campus – our urban hub in the bustling core of downtown Montreal
  • Loyola Campus – our beautiful leafy oasis in the city, located in the west-end neighbourhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
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Life in Montreal

Montreal is officially the best city in North America to be a student. Experience all the benefits of studying in a global city:

  • the high-energy creative vibe
  • a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment
  • the diversity of a globally connected city
  • work experience and internship opportunities
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Concordia University is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation is recognized as the custodians of Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.

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Download and browse our detailed admissions guide (PDF) for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students.

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