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Wa'tkwanonhwerá:ton, bienvenue, and welcome to a world-class university in the heart of Tiohtià:ke/Montreal.
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.
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.
Missing requirements for admission? Consider the Kaié:ri Nikawerà:ke Indigenous Bridging Program.
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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.
Concordia faculty and students combine their passion and expertise across disciplines to advance our shared knowledge and understanding of Indigenous issues.
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.
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.
With two campuses in Montreal, Concordia enjoys the best of both worlds:
Montreal is officially the best city in North America to be a student. Experience all the benefits of studying in a global city:
Concordia University is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation is recognized as the custodians of Tiohtià:ke/Montreal.
In addition to scholarships and bursaries specifically for Indigenous students, the Financial Aid and Awards Office helps students fund their studies at Concordia by working with Quebec’s financial aid program.
Browse our detailed admissions guide for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students.
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