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Students of Philosophy Association (SoPhiA)

The Students of Philosophy Association (SoPhiA) regularly organizes social events and academic activities. SoPhiA also houses a lending library! Get involved with SoPhiA to make the most of your time at Concordia.


Most scholarships and awards are automatically disbursed to students based on academic achievement. A small number of awards, scholarships and bursaries require application, such as an essay submission, for consideration. Students are invited to consult the Financial Aid and Awards Office for more information.

Student Exchange

The Concordia Student Exchange Program (CSEP) offers students the possibility to study abroad while earning credits towards their Concordia degree. Exchange participants spend 1-2 terms studying at one of Concordia University’s 180+ partner institutions across the globe while paying Concordia tuition fees. Bursaries are available to help fund semesters abroad.

Eligibility criteria includes:

  • Having completed a total of 24-credits prior to travel;
  • Minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 (B-) at the time of the application;

For more information, visit Concordia International and Student Academic Services.

Note that our department has organized a student exchange with the Department of Philosophy at the University of Münster, Germany. To receive additional information on the exchange, contact the Undergraduate Program Advisor or email our Student Exchange Coordinator.


Humanities+ offers students in Humanities-based programs, Art History or Film Studies, a unique opportunity to prepare for life after graduation through skills development workshops and a paid work-integrated learning experience (i.e., a summer internship).

The program is offered in partnership with Concordia's FutureBound and Career Counselling and Educational Transitions. They can also help you find a career-related job or internship. Figure out your career path and what to do with your Major in Philosophy.

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