What can do you do at a virtual information booth? Discover what awaits you as a Concordia student via an interactive experience that includes chatting in real time with professors, students and staff. Choose the topics most relevant to you!
Our recruiters travel the world meeting future students, talking about the benefits of a Concordia education and life in Montreal. Ask your questions about our academic programs, the admissions process, life in Montreal and the Concordia experience!
Required documents, English proficiency test scores, what kind of marks you need to get into your first-choice program: we can talk about all aspects of applying for admission at Concordia as an international applicant!
Things that might be on your mind: What documents do I need to apply? What courses and grades are required for my program of choice? Do I need a portfolio?
Experiential learning means learning by doing. Just some examples:
Test drive your future career through paid internships.
Earn credits via a partner university somewhere else in the world!
Work on community projects in northern Uganda and Canada.
Promote sustainability at Concordia and beyond.
Create a business that harnesses emerging technologies for global impact
Explore research and student activities via hands-on workshops, lab demos, interactive conversations, performances and more.
You'll find experiential learning opportunities around every corner at Concordia.
Things that might be on your mind: What are current students in my chosen academic program doing for experiential learning? How do I pursue paid internships? How does Concordia's start-up incubator work? (What is a start-up incubator?)
Consult with a financial aid advisor - by appointment.
We know that financing your degree is a big commitment. We’ve got some information for you. Let's set up a time to talk! Email us before October 24 to reserve your one-on-one appointment.
Let's talk about scholarship opportunities, applying for bursaries, government student loans, the Work-Study program, and more.
Things that might be on your mind: How do I apply for scholarships? What's the difference between a scholarship and a bursary? Who qualifies for Work-Study? What about jobs on campus? What should I do if I'm planning on getting a student loan?
Wa’tkwanonhwerá:ton, bienvenue, welcome to a university in the heart of Tiohtiá:ke/Montréal. We have a vibrant Indigenous community to support our First Nations, Métis and Inuit students, including the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre, a space to meet, study, plan activities and relax.
Things that might be on your mind: What makes Concordia a friendly, inclusive place to learn, create and do research? What scholarships and bursaries are open to me? How does the ASRC work?
Finding a place to live, looking for a job, getting your immigration documents and health insurance sorted out, and becoming part of a community: all things you may need to look after if you're moving to Montreal for university! We are Residence Life (on-campus housing), Hojo (job and apartment search information) and the International Students Office (immigration). Ask us your questions!
Things that might be on your mind: What's it like to live on campus and what are my options? How do I go about finding an apartment in Montreal? What immigration documents will I need?
This booth is staffed by Recreation and Athletics, plus the PERFORM Centre!
Recreation and Athletics gives you opportunities to stay in shape all while creating unforgettable experiences — even during these unprecedented times. Ask us about our fitness and sports facilities, varsity teams (go Stingers go!) and intramural leagues.
In the name of preventative health care, all under one roof, the PERFORM Centre houses research facilities, a conditioning floor, and educational opportunities. Our work is to promote healthier lives through changes in behaviour and lifestyle.
Things that might be on your mind: What are my options for staying active? Which varsity sports does Concordia offer? What if I want to try out for the Stingers?
Enhance your student experience at university! Get involved in Concordia's rich outside-the-classroom environment by joining a club, getting involved in student government or otherwise connecting with your fellow Concordians. This booth is staffed by the Dean of Students Office, the Concordia Student Union and the Welcome Crew (upper-year student mentors).
Things that might be on your mind: How do I find out about clubs and student associations at Concordia? What's the best way to meet people and get involved? How connected will I feel as a Concordia student?
We're here to help you thrive! Ask us about the resources Concordia offers to stay healthy (physically and mentally), succeed academically, develop professional skills, and find the right career path.
Learn more about our offerings in:
Student Success Centre:
Services for New Students
Student Learning Services
Career and Planning Services
Student Advocacy Office
Campus Wellness and Support Services:
Access Centre for Students with Disabilities
Counselling and Psychological Services
Things that might be on your mind: What types of support does Concordia offer? How can I connect with health professionals? What should I do if I have a disability condition? What's the best way to figure out my professional path during my degree?
Concordia is divided into four Faculties: Arts and Science (with programs in the humanities and social sciences, plus pure and applied science), Fine Arts, Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, and John Molson School of Business. This is your chance to discover our academic programs and chat with professors, recruiters and current students about pursuing a degree at Concordia.
Humanities and social sciences
We're known for our top-rated programs in journalism, communications, political science, linguistics, education, and more! Ask us your questions about doing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education degree at Concordia.
Pure and applied science
Our science students have the freedom to take an interdisciplinary, hands-on approach (example: minors like biophysics and geospatial technologies), and the opportunity to do funded research with faculty supervision. Let's talk about doing a BSc at Concordia!
Things that might be on your mind: What kind of research have undergraduate students done in the past? How does the Science College work exactly and how can I be part of it?
We are among North America's largest schools for art, design and performance, with programs in the visual, performing, cinematic, design, and digital arts. Let's talk about doing a BFA at Concordia, admission requirements, and portfolio and audition guidelines.
Things that might be on your mind: What do I need in my portfolio? Do I need to audition? Are there any opportunities for collaborative projects between different programs? Do I need to purchase all of the equipment and supplies for my program? Do I need to have previous experience in the field?
The Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science is known for its focus on the future, with programs designed to help you build the world of tomorrow. Our hubs of expertise include aerospace, artificial intelligence, smart building and cities, health and nanotechnology, among others. Ask us about our BEng and BCompSci degrees, learn about our paid internships though our Co-op programs and chat with current, passionate students involved in incredible projects from building rockets, satellites, cars and drones, plus doing outreach to promote STEM to the next generation. The Gina Cody School is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Things that might be on your mind: What's the difference between a degree in Computer Engineering and a degree in Computer Science? Will I have labs? How do Capstone projects work? (What is a Capstone project?) What student societies or clubs can I join?
John Molson School of Business provides students with a practical education to prepare for a career in today’s business world. Learn about JMSB’s innovative undergraduate programs by chatting with current professors and students. Ask about the many opportunities available to JMSB students, such as paid internships, career management services and student-led associations. Let's talk about studying at the John Molson School of Business!
Things that might be on your mind: Ask a current student why they chose JMSB. Ask a professor about the courses they teach. Speak with Career Management Services (CMS) about the employability of JMSB students.