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Questions you may have as a new Concordia Graduate student…


What are some of services are available to me as a Concordia student?

New students can make a smooth transition by attending an orientation, connecting with your fellow students and more. Check out our services just for new graduate students!

From transcripts and student ID to tuition, you can get answers & complete administrative tasks at our Birks Student Service Centre.

International students are aided in their matriculation process by the International Students' Office, which advises students on Canadian and Québec immigration processes.

Concordia's Graduate & Professional Skills program offers professional development workshops and resources designed for graduate students.

Health and wellness are essential to student success and Concordia offers many professional student services that put your needs first.

The mission of Counselling & Development is to empower students to maximize their personal, academic, and career potential. They provide diverse programs, resources and expertise in a supportive student-centred environment to facilitate student success.

The Student Success Centre is your support network from first-year to graduation. You'll find one-on-one tutors, study groups and workshops, plus a friendly community of professionals, peers and faculty who want you to excel.

Learning support exists in many forms at Concordia: one-on-one tutoring, study groups, workshops, language support and more. Find the support that best suits your needs.

Borrow books, search for articles, use media and technology and find a study space or get expert research guidance at one of Concordia’s libraries.


How is my tuition charged and what funding is available to be?

Important information regarding tuition is all explained on the Tuition & fees section of our website

A variety of graduate funding is available to Concordia graduate students. You will find these awards funded by either internal sources (Concordia University and its donors), or external sources (government and industry).

The Financial Aid and Awards Office understands the importance and the intricacies of financing your education. Their knowledgeable and dedicated staff is committed to providing each student with personalized in-depth assistance with their student aid requirements. 


What do I have access to as a Fine Arts graduate student?

Fine Arts graduate students can congregate in FB 630, a private lounge area with a large study space, a kitchenette, a conference room, a small meeting room and a privacy booth, as well a five research labs.

The Core Technical Centres (CTC) are located on the 8th floor of the EV Building. The woodshop, metal shop and digital fabrication lab are available to all Fine Arts students. The CTC offers Shop Orientation – Open Doors in Fall and Winter (dates TBD).

The Centre for Digital Arts offers Faculty of Fine Arts students a multimedia, multi-platform computer lab. 




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