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Tuition & fees

The Quebec government determines tuition rates based on who you are and where you live.

Implications of announced tuition changes

The Quebec government plans to increase tuition rates for some students from outside Quebec starting in fall 2024. Understand whether these measures apply to you.
  • 2024-2025 estimated costs are for one year of full-time studies (30 credits)
  • Amounts are in Canadian dollars and subject to change.
Tuition and compulsory fees by degree type
(subject to change)
Quebec residents
(based on 2023-24 rates)
Out-of-province Canadians & permanent residents
(New admits for fall 2024)
Out-of-province Canadians &
permanent residents
(Enrolled prior to fall 2024)
French & Francophone Belgian
US & international students*
Arts / Education / Science $4,666 $13,786 $10,756 $10,756 $32,506
Commerce $4,726 $13,845 $10,816 $10,819 $38,715
Engineering / Computer Science $4,622 $13,741 $10,712 $10,712 $35,611
Fine Arts $4,587 $13,706 $10,677 $10,677 $30,626
All programs: Health & dental insurance plan $195
(Optional for Canadian citizens and permanent residents)
Other potential expenses
Books and supplies $2,250
Public transportation (with student discount) $464 ($58/month)
Goods and services (Personal care, cell phone plan, entertainment, leisure, etc.) $2,832 ($354/month)
On-campus housing
Residence room and fees (Room costs vary by room type) $4,816 – $10,640
Meal plan (mandatory if living in residence) $6,225
Off-campus living
Apartment rental and utilities $8,800 ($1,100/month)
Food and domestic supplies $3,600 ($450/month)

Government loans

Our Financial Aid and Awards Office is here to help as you apply for student loans, with support for Canadian provincial, federal and U.S. loans too.


For international students

Tuition and fees at Concordia are relatively low, which is a big draw for many of our students. We do have some financial awards for international students!

Scholarships and bursaries

All applicants are automatically considered for entrance scholarships. Depending on your financial situation, you may also be eligible to apply for a bursary.

Learn about scholarshipsLearn about bursaries

French classes cost less

All students from outside Quebec benefit from reduced fees for French classes.

Fees for French courses

Paid internships

Many programs offer the chance to do full-time work in fields relevant to your field of study, while earning credit towards your degree.

Learn about Co-op

Find a job on campus

Concordia students work at the Bookstore, in IT support, and at alumni events, just to name a few examples!

The Work-study program, for students in financial need, lets you work up to 20 hours a week in administrative, research or technical positions at Concordia.

Look into working on campusLearn about Work-study

Career planning & advice

Unclear about your career goals or what to do with your degree? Career and Planning Services (CAPS) can help you find the resources you need, research careers, get ready for the job market, and connect with employers.

See yourself here

Attend an orientation session to get aquainted with the range of services for Concordia students – and how they can make your life easier.

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