The MSCM Admissions Committee reviews every application on an individual basis. The committee looks for students with applied research interest, strong academic credentials and intellectual ability, motivation, maturity, and a commitment to excellence.
The selection process is competitive and thorough and candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible to the admission cycle of their choice.
There is currently no Winter admission for the MSCM.
Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents & International (Study Permit) students:
- Deadline to apply is March 1 for September entry (Fall Term)
Applications will be considered as long as space is available. Priority is given to applications received prior to the deadline date. Early applications are encouraged. We offer rolling admissions.
Please note there is currently no Winter admission for the MSCM.
After reviewing the Admission Requirements, the following items must be submitted. Please note that you can activate your application online, even if not all supporting documents are ready to be submitted:
- $100 (CAD) Application Fee
A non-refundable application fee paid online by credit card.
- Application Form
Apply online, by downloading, printing & mailing the PDF application. Please note: when completing the application, the program name under "academic program" is "MSCM-Master of Supply Chain Management", and the "academic plan" is also "MSCM-Master of Supply Chain Management".
- Statement of Purpose
Applicants must provide a Statement of Purpose indicating their reason for choosing the Master of Supply Chain Management program, their career goals, and how the program will contribute to achieving those goals. Applicants may also state their preliminary applied-research interests. Statement of Purpose should be 500-1000 words in length.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Applicants must include an updated resume.
- Two Letters of Reference*
Applicants must include two letters of reference. At least one letter must be an academic reference (i.e. from a former professor). The second letter may be from a business reference.
When completing your application online, you will be required to enter your referees’ names, affiliated institutions and email addresses (college/university or company mail). Your referees will then receive an email inviting them to complete an electronic assessment form and attach their letter of reference. It is your responsibility to follow-up with your referees to confirm they received this mail from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic references: Professors must both complete an electronic Academic Assessment form and submit a scanned copy of their reference letter written on the institution’s letterhead and bearing an original signature.
Business references: Your employer must submit a scanned copy of their reference letter, written on company letterhead and bearing an original signature.
You are strongly encouraged to submit your application before your program’s application deadline in order to give your referees sufficient time to provide their assessment and letter of reference.
- Official Transcripts*
Applicants must include official transcripts of all previous university studies. International applicants must provide official university documents confirming the degree(s) they have received. These documents must be translated into English or French if they are in another language.
- Official GMAT Score
For information on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) please visit the GMAT page.
Note: You must complete all sections of the GMAT.
- Official English Proficiency Test (where applicable)
A student whose primary language is not English must write a pre-admission proficiency test (TOEFL iBT minimum score 95 or IELTS (Academic) minimum score 7.0), if not exempted as indicated in the admissions requirements. Test results must be reported directly to the Admissions Application Centre by the test centre. Results more than two years old will not be accepted as proof of language proficiency.
- Proof of Canadian Citizenship, Permanent Residence, or Refugee Status (where applicable)
Where applicable, applicants must include a certified copy of their birth certificate, Permanent Resident card, Canadian Citizen Card, or Refugee Status papers. International students must include a copy of their current passport.
*Official transcripts must be sent directly to Concordia University:
P.O. Box 2002, Station H
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
In-person/courier delivery location:
Graduate Admissions Services
Birks Student Service Center
1400 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
To apply for admission you will need to follow the steps in the guide for the online application process.
Provide your name, date of birth, first language, email address and other details. Please ensure that all information is accurate and coincides with all your official supporting documents. The email address you provide here will be the one we use to communicate with you throughout the admissions process.
In this section you also have the option of specifying if you wish to apply to one of Concordia’s specialized colleges, schools or institutes.
Application Fee: To finalize your application, you need to agree to our terms and conditions, and pay a non-refundable application fee ($100 CAD) by credit card or debit card. Please note: we accept the following credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and the following debit cards: Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank or TD Canada Trust.
Once you submit your online application, you will receive a confirmation email that prompts you to create a username and password for the MyConcordia Portal. This email will include a eight-digit student ID number that you will use throughout your studies at Concordia.
If you did not receive a confirmation email, check your junk mail folder. If it’s not there either, call at 514-848-2424, extension 2668 and request that we mail you your student ID number. If you have any technical difficulties with your online application please contact the Instructional & Information Technology Services (IITS) Helpline.
You may check the status of your application or upload missing documents on the MyConcordia portal.
- Visit the MyConcordia portal
- Find the tab Application Center in the left-hand column. You can verify your status and see which documents the university has received.
Once you’ve received your letter of acceptance, you should visit our new student pages and prepare for your new career as a grad student!
International students: Please visit the International students’ pages for important information including study permits and living in Montreal.