Welcome to Montreal



Pre-departure checklist

01
Apply for your immigration documents

Find out how to apply for your immigration documents.

Now that you've been admitted to Concordai University, you'll need to apply for your immigration documents.

Students under 17 years of age (minors)

Apply, as a minor, for your visa and immigration documents (CAQ and Study Permit) required to study and stay in Canada.


Pre-arrival webinars

Our Pre-Arrival 101 & 102 webinars will give you an introduction to your application for immigration documents, your compulsory international health insurance plan, course registration and much more.


02
Register for courses

Undergraduate Students

The requirements for advising prior to registration vary according to your program of study. Refer to your Offer of Admission to find out details about course registration. Academic advising is also detailed in the Admitted section of the Welcome Guide for New Concordians. A complete step by step online registration guide is also available. If you are required to meet with an Academic Advisor, you will not be able to register for your courses until you complete this requirements.

Graduate Students

Contact your department for registration information.
You can also find more registration information in the New Graduate Students instructions.

03
Prepare your travel

Important information when planning your trip to Canada!

Remember that adjusting to a different environment and culture in a country you are unaccustomed to can be both challenging and rewarding.  It is important to prepare yourself for a smooth transition to help out with adapting to your new life. 

On the right is some important information to keep in mind when planning your trip to Montreal.

04
Settling in

Find housing

The do's and don'ts of lookign for an apartment!


Settling in

05
Events for new students

Find out what you need to know at an ISO workshop

Find out about your health insurance plan, working in Canada, social events and much more in our Events Calendar.


Attend PREPARE pre-arrival events

Get informed before start of term with info-sessions, social activities and virtual campus tours hosted by the 


Register for Orientation

Don’t miss Orientation activities

Join DISCOVER, START and EXPLORE Orientation – a series of events to help you dive into the university experience, meet fellow new students and feel ready for your first year.

Contact us

514-848-2424, ext. 3515 

iso@concordia.ca

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Location & hours

Sir George Williams Campus
GM-330
1550 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.

Operating hours

Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

How to meet with your ISO advisor

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