If you are a student from another Quebec university who wishes to take courses at Concordia, you must complete a web-based Inter-University Exchange Authorization form on the CREPUQ website. Once you complete the CREPUQ form, your application will be handled online.
Provide your name, date of birth, first language, email address and other details. Please ensure that all information is accurate and matches all your official supporting documents. If you had to modify the spelling of your name when you created your Netname account, please correct your name here.
For the questions about languages, if you are bilingual or multilingual, please choose the options that seem most appropriate to you. Your answers will not affect your application for admission in any way.
The email address you provide will be the one we use to communicate with you throughout the admissions process.
Indicate where you’re currently attending university and which field you’re interested in at Concordia.
You may specify a mailing address different from your home address.
You can change your contact information at a later date through MyConcordia.ca.
MyConcordia is the university’s main site for students to carry out key tasks related to their academic life, like checking course schedules and paying tuition. For future students, it’s also the place where you can check on the status of your application for admission. You’ll be able to log into MyConcordia once you’ve submitted your application.
Release of Information: Privacy rules prevent us from talking to anyone but you about your application, unless you authorize a specific person on your application. Once you are admitted, this person will no longer have access to your file.
Once you click the “submit” button, you will receive a confirmation email with an attached PDF copy of your application within 24 hours. This email will include an eight-digit student ID number that you will use throughout your studies at Concordia.
You must obtain a Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) and a Canada Study Permit if you wish to pursue studies in the province of Quebec and you are not a Canadian citizen or a Landed immigrant.
However, you need only apply for a Temporary Resident Visa if:
You reside in a country that requires such a document to enter Canada, and
Your program of study is for six months or less and can be completed within the allowable period of your stay in Canada.
In this case, no other document is necessary. Despite this regulation, foreign nationals may still opt to apply for a CAQ and a Study Permit if they wish. You may obtain further information from the Visa Departments of the Canadian Consulate and Embassy in your country.
If you wish to register for courses required for a program sponsored by an external association or order, such as the accountancy CA, CMA or CGA certifications, you must send us:
Proof of membership in the association
Your citizenship documents. Visiting students who are Canadians or Permanent Residents may be eligible to pay Quebec rates of tuition if they submit of proof of Quebec residency in accordance with government criteria.
Graduate visiting students from other universities who have been authorized by their home universities to take graduate courses at Concordia University are subject to the regulations of Concordia University. Consult the Visiting Students section in the Graduate Calendar.
Does your home university have a visiting student agreement with Concordia?
Graduate students from Canadian universities outside of Québec must obtain a letter (or form) of authorization from their home university. Applicants must submit this document to the degree program that offers the course(s). The Graduate Transfer Agreement between Canadian Universities (CAGS) form can also be completed if used by the home institution.
Graduate students from universities outside of Canada must contact Concordia International if their home university has an exchange agreement with Concordia. They will be considered as Visiting Exchange students.