Address: 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Concordia has more than 300 Undergraduate programs, divided into four faculties. The faculties are the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, the Faculty of Fine Arts and the John Molson School of Business. Students are normally enrolled in one of these faculties, but they may take courses from any of the others as part of their studies. Class sizes vary from 85 to 400 students.
- The School of Graduate Studies offers about 70 programs leading to Master's and doctoral degrees, as well as graduate diplomas and certificates for professionals seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills.
- Among the top 500 universities world-wide (QS World University Rankings, 2015-2016)
- Among the “Top 100 Under 50” universities in the world (universities founded within the past 50 years, Times Higher Education, 2015)
- MBA program 24th internationally; fifth in Canada (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2015)
TOEFL iBT score 90 or higher
TOEFL iBT score between 75 and 89 with a minimum combined score of 34 for speaking and writing.
TOEFL score between 63 and 74, with no more than two parts under 15
TOEFL (paper-based) score 577 or higher
TOEFL (paper-based) score between 540 and 576
TOEFL (paper-based) score between 505 and 539
IELTS score of 7 or higher
IELTS score of 6.5 or 6 with no component score under 5.5
IELTS score of 5.5 or 5, with only two bands as low as 4.5
The Department of Education offers English Second Language (ESL) courses to non-native speakers of English who are accepted by Concordia University but who must upgrade their reading and writing skills
- Total Students: 43,634
- International Students: 559
Tuition & Fees
- Tuition fees $15,942 – $21,530
- Non-academic fees $1,221 – $1,428
- Health and dental plan $1,099
- Residence living in Concordia residences $3,700 – $7,175
- Meal plan $4,150
Total: $26,113 - $35,382
Scholarship and bursary values vary greatly, from approximately $500 to more than $7,000. However the average value of most scholarships and bursaries ranges from approximately $1,200 to $2,400.