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In the ordinary university, students move from lecture theatre to massive hall. Scientists stay with scientists, educators with educators, philosophers with philosophers. Marketers share ideas with other marketers.
Concordia University of Edmonton was born to be different.
For almost one hundred years, our students came together through a shared belief, despite their varied interests and fascinations, their majors and minors. It created a unique culture, where we could learn and create with anyone. CUE is no longer a faith-based campus but it remains a gathering place — a place of spirit — no matter what drives us.
At CUE we apply what we learn, in and out of our formal programs of study, working together to solve problems on campus and beyond. We earn a broad education, intellectually and emotionally, even as we specialize. We live and work on a small campus, a river valley oasis, but Edmonton is our workshop.
CUE is a boutique university, small enough that every student is essential yet large enough for a global outlook. In and out of our classrooms and lecture halls, we translate what we learn into extraordinary hands-on experiences. We can sit in the back. But at CUE, someone will always invite us to the front.
If we’re scientists, we can follow our curiosity into drama. A business student can graduate with a foundation in history, philosophy, and Indigenous knowledge. We can all learn new languages and traditions. We can test our ideas with people from every department and course of study, from around the world. We can try anything. We can change directions. We can be our best selves.
At CUE a centre for innovation blends science and business with the liberal arts and Indigenous studies. At CUE the president might sit down at our table in the Tegler Centre with coffee and ask us why we chose this school, how it could be even better. The close friends we meet at CUE, the friends we remain with our entire lives, could be from five different faculties and five countries.
We’re constantly seeking the right balance between teaching and research, between specialization and adventurousness. But our ultimate goal has not changed since 1921: to be more than students and professors, to create a community of active citizens, of good and honourable people.
Applicants to the Bachelor of Education After Degree program require levels of English Language Proficiency consistent with Alberta Education’s requirements for certification. See section 3.4.1.A.8.
English is the principal language of instruction at Concordia University of Edmonton. To ensure that students have the best opportunity to achieve academic success, all applicants to any program or course of study whose first language is not English are required to demonstrate fulfilment of one of the following English language requirements, regardless of citizenship or country of origin:
Concordia University of Edmonton may consider other English language proficiency tests. Applicants are encouraged to contact Student & Enrolment Services for further details.
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. Students who are citizens of countries other than Canada are encourage to contact officials of their own government for financial assistance options. While students attending university on a study permit are not eligible for Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial financial assistance, Concordia University of Edmonton does offer some scholarships and bursaries for qualified international students.
High School International Students
University Entrance Scholarship Program
International undergraduate students must apply for admission by April 1st and begin their studies in September to be considered for a University Entrance Scholarship or a University Transfer Scholarship.
Concordia Bursary Program
International undergraduate students may also apply for bursary assistance (based on financial need) once they are attending Concordia University of Edmonton. Although international students are expected to have the funds necessary to cover tuition fees, living expenses and transportation before coming to Canada to study, there may be circumstances that arise creating financial need.
Concordia General Awards Program
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 University of Edmonton.
Graduate International Students
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.
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