Concordia is an open and engaged university that encourages more than 46,000 students to become active, critical and global citizens. We are advancing with a big thinking approach to teaching and research that examines societal issues from a broad perspective.
Welcoming students and faculty with an enriching academic and social environment, Concordia offers 433 undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees, diplomas and certificates in four Faculties, a School of Graduate Studies, and a School of Extended Learning.
Located in the vibrant and culturally dynamic city of Montreal, Concordia is one of three English-language universities in the French-speaking province of Quebec. The university has two campuses: the Sir George Williams Campus, located in downtown Montreal; and the Loyola Campus, located in the west end of the city.
By intertwining education with social responsibility, Concordia fosters an academic environment that allows students and faculty to thrive on an interdisciplinary approach to research, creative activity and community engagement.
Our research projects are driven by the aim to align industry and discipline advancements with the betterment of our communities. Concordia scholars are collaborating and sharing ideas with field experts around the world, and are increasingly becoming recognized as being leaders of innovative progress.