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Microprograms

Microprograms are short programs designed to provide specialized training to students looking to gain new skills that open up employment opportunities in Quebec’s key sectors. Programs are micro-certificates that last one term and consist of nine credits.


Available programs


Admissions

We welcome candidates with non-traditional career paths or those who do not necessarily possess a university or college degree.


Eligibility and requirements

  • Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents only
  • Students already registered in an undergraduate program at Concordia are ineligible

Application process

  1. You’ll need a Concordia Netname to start an application. Create a Netname account.
  2. Once you have a Netname, complete an application. Select “Undergraduate Microprogram” from the list to get started.
  3. Include your supporting documents:

You may upload documents to your application even after submitting it. However, we cannot complete the assessment of your application until we receive all required documents.

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