As a smaller university, Concordia University of Edmonton has a history of providing high quality education and a tradition of personal care for students. Planning ahead is the best way to put in place the financial resources to attend Concordia. While students attending university on a study permit are not eligible for Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial financial assistance, Concordia does offer some scholarships and bursaries for qualified international students after arriving. Here are a few links to get you started:
International undergraduate students must apply for admission by April 1st and begin their studies in September to be considered for a University Entrance Scholarship, a University Transfer Scholarship, or the competitive President's Leadership Scholarship. Learn more ►
International undergraduate students may also apply for bursary assistance (based on financial need) once they are attending Concordia University of Edmonton. Learn more ►
Earning scholarships and awards is another way to help cover the cost of your education. Current international undergraduate students can apply for these awards every year they attend Concordia. Learn more ►
Students who are citizens of countries other than Canada are encouraged to contact officials of their own government for financial assistance options. For more information, international students can visit Concordia's International website.
Graduate International students are eligible to apply for financial assistance through the Concordia Bursary Program. Additionally, there are program specific scholarships that you may be eligible to receive. Please review the scholarships and awards information for graduate students.