Concordia University Overview: Application Process, Tuition and Scholarships

 

 

 

 

If you choose to study in Concordia, you are choosing an academic path that will match your strengths and interests. You’ll be helped to tackle big questions, reason alongside award-winning professors and lecturers while putting your knowledge to work and experience life in the beautiful city of Montreal.

Annually, scholars, faculties and the city connect with well over 50,000 students to tackle big questions head-on. Concordia is a comprehensive university that searches for innovative ways of solving problems making outstanding positive contributions to society.Simply put, their creativity powers Montreal and connects them to the rest of the world

Undergraduate Tuition and Scholarships

The institution believes that everyone should have access to world class college education. That’s why their financial aid team go above and beyond to design individual financial aid plans to assist you reach your university goals. About 97% of their students are awarded financial assistance to help pay for their college education. Financial aid counselors are tasked with walking you through the process and helping you understand the eligibility for everything from merit, honors, and entrepreneurial scholarships to sports scholarships, music awards, grants and work study, and tons of loans. There are a number of scholarships available for transfer students, too.The institution understands that no two students are alike, as such no two financial plans are, either.

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  Traditional BA Tuition– 2019/2020

Tuition/Hr .5 to 5.5 credits   $499 per semester credit
Tuition/Hr 6.0 to 11.5 credits   $1053 per semester credit
Tuition 12-18 credits   $15,790 per semester
Tuition/Hr in excess of 18 credits/semester   $499 per semester credit

Awarding financial aid

The university especially encourages all students to submit an application for financial aid as soon as possible and while they are going through the admissions process. The number one step to receiving financial aid is completing and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (Concordia’s school code is 003191). Check your email for communication from the Office of Financial Aid with additional information they may want from you. Generally, students are awarded financial aid awards starting in early April. Usually, financial aid is awarded at the beginning of each term.

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Graduate Tuition – 2019/2020

Find below estimated tuition fees before scholarships (for programs based on current year’s tuition rate).

Master of Education (MEd) (based on 34-credit program*) $17,840 – $23,698
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) (based on 39 credits) $21,102 – $27,190
Master of Business Administration (MBA) $26,316 – $35,720
Doctorate of Education (EdD) (based on 59 credits) $34,644 – $40,720
Juris Doctor (JD) $975 per hour

 

1. Begin your application

Visit this page.

2. Study level

Select your level of study. Select undergraduate.

3. Applicant category

This is the portion you’ll use to tell them a bit about your educational history. Select one of the six categories that apply to you. Assuming you are not currently in school, select the option that best describes your current situation.The option are as follows:

You are:

  • a Cegep student living in Quebec with a DEC or who will obtain a DEC
  • a secondary school student (including these categories)
    • an Ontario student who has an OUAC number
    • an Ontario student who does not have an OUAC number
    • Currently attending secondary in a Canadian province or territory besides Quebec or Ontario
    • attending secondary school in the United States
    • attending secondary school which is outside of Canada and the US
  • an existing or former student from another university or college
  • a current or ex Concordia student
  • homeschooled applicant
  • applying as a mature student

4. Term

Choose the term you want to apply to (Fall or Winter) and the year.

5. Biographical information

Write out your name, date of birth, first language, email address and other important details. Ensure that all information is up to date, accurate and in line with all your official supporting documents. If you want to change the spelling of your name from what it was when you created your Netname account, you can correct your name in this section.

Inorder to answer the questions about languages if you are bilingual or multilingual or not, do well to choose the options that are most appropriate to you. Regardless, answers provided will not affect your application for admission.

Note that the email address you provide will be the one institution will use to communicate with you throughout the admissions process.

6. Contact information

You will be expected to indicate a mailing address which is different from your home address.

You are able to change your contact information at a later date through MyConcordia.ca.

MyConcordia is basically the university’s primary site for students to complete key tasks that are related to their academic life, like reviewing course schedules and paying tuition fees. For future students, it’s equally a place where you can check on the status of your application for admission. You can log into MyConcordia once you’ve submitted your application.

7. Academic courses and academic plans

Select the academic program and the academic plan which you’d like to submit an application for. An Academic Program means the type of degree or certificate (Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Engineering, etc.) you want to pursue. An Academic Plan on the other hand is the specific subject you want to focus on (Major in Art History, Specialization in Biology, etc.)

8. Complete your application

You’re almost there!

Application Fee

Inorder to complete your application, you have to agree to the university terms and conditions, and pay a non-refundable application fee ($103.50 CAD) by credit card or debit card.

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