Concordia University

Concordia University is welcoming, engaged, and committed to innovation and excellence in education, research, creative activity and community partnerships. Its vision is to rank among Canada’s top five comprehensive universities within the next decade, and to be a first choice for students and faculty locally, across Canada, and internationally in a wide variety of defined areas of research and study. The university draws on its diversity to transform the individual while strengthening society. Its established and emerging strengths and research-diversity reflect its status as a comprehensive university in a major metropolitan city. Concordia offers 300 undergraduate programs, 195 graduate programs, diplomas and certificates and 40 postgraduate programs through the Faculties of Arts and Science, Engineering and Computer Science, Fine Arts, the John Molson School of Business, and School of Graduate Studies. Non-credit programs are offered by the School of Extended Learning. Research-creation activities take a wide-spectrum approach to social issues, industry needs, cultural diversity and science and technology. From environmental sustainability to human health and well-being, Concordia?s researchers are making major contributions to new knowledge. Concordia has two campuses: the Sir George Williams campus is located centrally in downtown Montreal, and the Loyola Campus, is situated in suburban Notre-Dame-de-Grace in the west end of Montreal.

Concordia University is welcoming, engaged, and committed to innovation and excellence in education, research, creative activity and community partnerships. It dares to be different and draws on its diversity to transform the individual, strengthen society and enrich the world.

Foundation year:1974
Short name:Concordia
Type:Public
Students:32070
Faculty:1050
Faculty/Students Ratio:31:1
Region:North America
Location:Montreal, QC