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Scholarships & bursaries

Funding options for Indigenous students

 

Undergraduate scholarships and bursaries for Indigenous students

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Concordia offers scholarships and bursaries to Indigenous students! Each award has different criteria. Below you will find a summary of awards.

 

Important Reminders:

Self-Identification: The online application will give you the option to self- identify as a First Nations, Inuit or Métis person. Self-identification helps us help you! Concordia has a number of unique programs and services specifically for Indigenous students including scholarships and bursaries.

Applying for Concordia’s In-Course Bursaries: Each year in March, all undergraduate students who have at least one school year complete are eligible to apply for the bursaries. See the Financial Aid and Awards Office website each year starting in early spring with the specific criteria and guide on how to apply on your student portal.


Graduate scholarships for Indigenous students

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The Concordia Indigenous Graduate Awards is open to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students registered with the Concordia University Aboriginal Student Resource Centre. Candidates must be registered full-time in a Master or Doctoral program at the University.

Other Indigenous award programs

There are many scholarships available throughout the year; some are open to everyone while others are offered to Indigenous students in specific programs. We would like to encourage you to apply to scholarships open to the general population as well!

The ASRC tries its best to keep students informed via Facebook, the e-newsletter and bulletin boards. Stay connected by joining these communication tools! Research the following websites for key scholarship and bursary programs for Indigenous students:

Let us know if you need help preparing your application! We host scholarship and bursary workshops!

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