Tuition and fees
Tuition and fees associated with attending the 2020 International Graduate Summer School are based on the origin of the participant:
- For Quebec residents: approximately CAD 360
- For Canadian, non-Quebec residents: approximately CAD 900
- For international students: approximately CAD 1,900 (incl. Health Insurance*)
*International students must purchase Health Insurance through Concordia’s International Student Office (ISO) at a cost of CAD 91.58
- International students can get up to 1,000 CAD in financial assistance
- 5 grants of 100$ for local Montreal students
- 4 grants of 250$ for Canadian students outside Quebec
- In partnership with Les Offices jeunesses internationales du Québec (LOJIQ), local students from Quebec universities may be eligible for funding. Learn more about the criteria to benefit from this program.
The deadline for this funding is April 14, 2021.
- The numbers provided above are for budgetary estimation purposes only. Tuition and fees of the program may depend on your student status, among other key factors. Estimate these costs based on the most common situations.
- Applicants are fully responsible for correctly claiming and documenting their Residency Status (international, Canadian non-Quebec resident, or Quebec). You may claim Quebec Residency Status if your situation is one of the 14 acceptable cases.
- Students who have never taken a course at Concordia University must pay the new student fee at a cost of CAD 25.00
- Access to Concordia's facilities (library, gym, shuttle, etc.) requires the use of a Student Identification Card at a cost of CAD 11.50.