Key Facts
  • Founded

    1974

  • World Ranking

    289

  • Country Ranking

    17

  • Intakes

    JAN, APR, SEP

  • Min. Tuition Fee

    BDT 1286275

  • Min. Tuition Fee (C)

    CA$19980

  • Application Fee

    BDT 46000

  • Application Fee (C)

    CA$625

  • Spouse/Family Allowed?

    Allowed

  • Website

    https://www.concordia.ca/cce

  • Email
Employability
  • Part-Time Work

    20 hrs/wk, FT-Vacation

  • Avg. Salary/Hour

    CA$14

  • Avg. Salary/Month

    CA$1200

  • Post-Study Work Permit

    Available

  • Post-Study Work Duration

    Upto 3 Years

Location
Country or Region
About the University

Concordia Continuing Education is best known as Your Training Ground for Life. It offers distinctive opportunities in the market to better answer the personal, professional and organizational growth needs of our society. One day at a time, we invite people from different backgrounds and stages of life to take part in trendsetting training.

We're a next-generation university, one that reimagines the future of higher education on a continual basis. Located in the vibrant and multicultural city of Montreal, Concordia is among the most innovative universities in its approach to experiential learning, research and online education.

Scholarships

Entrance Scholarships are available to full‑time students entering university studies for the first time. Candidates are selected by Faculties/Schools in co‑operation with the Financial Aid and Awards Office, and in certain cases, in co‑operation with academic departments as well. Selection is automatic, based on academic ranking as assigned by the University in the course of admission file processing. For some entrance scholarships, especially those in the Faculty of Fine Arts, selection is based on submission of a portfolio and/or other specific materials. Only selected candidates are notified.

In‑Course Scholarships are available to students who have completed at least one academic year in full‑time study at Concordia University. Most in‑course scholarships are automatically awarded by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee on the basis of the student’s assessment GPA achieved at Concordia during the preceding academic year. A small number of in‑course scholarships require students to apply — these have additional eligibility criteria such as contribution to student life, or enrolment in a particular study discipline.

Disclaimer

All information related to this institution has been extracted from the Concordia Continuing Education website, accessible at https://www.concordia.ca/cce. The data provided here is true until its extraction on 25 December 2019. Hence, all information here is subject to change without notice as per the institution's policy. For the latest update, please visit the institution website.

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