Starting in the fall 2022 term, Quebec residents enrolled in specific post-secondary programs can apply for the Quebec Perspective Scholarship. This funding program is intended to foster employment growth in a number of critical professions.
Students in the relevant programs are eligible for $2,500 per successful full-time term of study for a maximum of $15,000 for a three-year program, and $20,000 for a four-year program.
Eligible students must re-apply at the end of each successfully completed term. Bursaries will be paid after the successful completion of the term once confirmed by the University with the Ministry.
To be eligible for this scholarship program, you must:
be considered a Quebec resident
be studying in an eligible college or university program
have successfully completed your study term on a full-time or deemed-full-time basis, according to the criteria that apply to your situation
respect the maximum number of eligible study terms based on your level of education:
The maximum number of eligible sessions at the university level varies from 6 to 8 for the undergraduate level. For the Master's study program, the maximum number of sessions is 5 and for the Doctoral study program, the maximum number is 15.
Please note that there are exceptional circumstances wherein a student could be eligible despite not completing the full required number of credits in a term.
Ineligibility and exclusions
Students receiving the Quebec Excellence Scholarships for Students in Education Programs are not eligible to apply for Quebec Perspective Scholarship funding.
Students in Co-op programs or in courses deemed prerequisites and are not part of a degree program path, are not eligible for funding by this program.
In certain cases, students considered Quebec residents by Concordia’s definition may not be considered to have Quebec residency status by Quebec’s Student Financial Assistance (Aide financière aux études). Please refer to the government's guidelines for determining your residency status when applying for this scholarship.
Students who may be receiving government student aid from a different province/territory/country may apply for this scholarship; receiving funding from outside Quebec does not necessarily jeopardize your eligibility.
Please note that Co-op programs, and courses deemed prerequisites and are not part of a degree program path, are not eligible for funding by this program. For further details about exclusions, visit the Quebec Perspective Scholarship web page.
The following Concordia degree programs are eligible for funding:
Faculty of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Art Education – Visual Arts (Major or Specialization)
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Computation Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Computation Arts – Computation Science
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Intermedia
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Film Animation
Faculty of Arts and Science
Bachelor of Arts – Specialization in Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Bachelor of Science – Computer Science
Bachelor of Science – Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics
Bachelor of Science – Systems and Information Biology
Bachelor of Education – Specialization in Teaching English as a Second Language
PhD – Psychology - Research and clinical option
Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
Bachelor of Engineering – Building Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Industrial Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Aerospace Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering – Software Engineering
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Computer Science – Mathematics and Statistics
Bachelor of Computer Science – Health and Life Sciences
Bachelor of Computer Science – Computation arts
Bachelor of Computer Science/Bachelor of Science – Joint Major in Data Science