Concordia provides a wide range of innovative programs and courses that offer a unique and rewarding educational experience. Concordia boasts small classes, accessible and award-winning professors, and an affordable education.
- Times Higher Education voted Concordia University among the “Top 200 Most International” universities in the world in 2016.
- Offering Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Education programs, Concordia is a great place to study in Canada.
Overwhelmed by the prospect of applying internationally? Here's a quick breakdown for you.
As long as you've completed the secondary school requirements in your home country with good grades to boot, you should be eligible to apply to Concordia.
Your academic requirements will easy enough to decipher if you studied one of the following education systems:
- American System of Education
- International Baccalaureate (IB)
- Baccalauréat Français
- British System of Education (GCE)
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Now that's done, the next step is to prove your English-language competency.
Studied in English? You should be good to go. For a list of methods to prove your proficiency, look here.
Last thing you're going to need to do is to sort out your immigration and financial situation. For more on that check out this thread.
GPA (Grade Point Average) RequirementsConcordia offers more than 100 graduate programs that lead to master's, doctoral, diploma and certificate degrees.
- Need a master's/magistrate degree and a minimum GPA of 3.00
- Need a bachelor's/baccalaureate with high standing (honours, specialization, 3.00 GPA, etc.)
For more specific entry requirements including necessary prerequisites, please search Condoria's website for your desired program of study. Click here for specific country requirements.
Graduate admission, like undergraduate admission, also requires proof of English language proficiency.