Concordia University is a public research university based in Montreal, Canada. It is one of three in the province of Quebec where English is the primary language of instruction. Concordia University's campus has a diversified population of 46,811 students including 21.4% international students. Out of 9,999 international students, 20.4% of students are Indians.

Concordia University offers 400+ programs and courses at undergraduate and graduate level across its 4 faculties, a graduate school, and a number of colleges and centers. Engineering and Computer Science have the most international students enrolled at Concordia, with 4,938 students followed by Arts and Science with 2,425 students.

The cost of attendance at Concordia are relatively low, which is a big draw for many of our students. Tuition fees at Concordia University for international applicants must be prepared to spend around upto 14.51 lakhs INR. To secure admission at Concordia, international students must have a GPA of 3 (83-86%) for the PG program and 2.8 for the UG program.


Concordia University Ranking

Concordia University is one of the top public universities in Montreal, Canada. It is ranked #551-560 in QS World University Rankings 2023. 

  • #657 in Best Global Universities by US News & World Reports 2022
  • #21 in Best Global Universities in Canada by US News & World Reports 2022
  • #601–800 World University Rankings 2022 by THE
  • #96 Impact Rankings 2022 by THE
  • #177 Young University Rankings 2022 by THE
  • #301-500 Graduate Employability Ranking by QS Ranking


Course Name Annual Tuition Fees
Bachelor of Engineering [B.Eng], Civil Engineering INR 12,21,144
Master of Engineering [M.Eng], Aerospace Engineering INR 8,44,088
Master of Engineering [M.Eng], Civil Engineering INR 8,44,088
Graduate Diploma, Communication Studies INR 8,44,088
Graduate Diploma, Economics INR 8,44,088
Bachelor of Engineering [B.Eng], Aerospace Engineering INR 12,21,144


Concordia University Campus

Concordia University is divided into two campuses namely Loyola and Sir George Williams (Main Campus) located in Notre-Dame-de-Grace district and Quartier Concordia in the Montreal downtown. Full-time candidates enrolled at the institute are provided monthly metro passes at reduced prices to make traveling cheaper and more comfortable for the students.

Concordia University provides its students with an active lifestyle by providing them with 13 varsity teams and clubs. The rich culture of Montreal is highly regarded for its language, food, music, fashion and films. Among one of the best cities for international students in Canada, you will find sports clubs, professional networks, work-study options, and support systems throughout your campus locations. You can expose yourself to a world of possibilities for learning French in this second-largest French-speaking city in the world.  

Concordia University Accommodation

The institute has 4 on-campus residence halls with all the basic and modern facilities for its students. It is mandatory for all first-year undergraduate students to stay on-campus. The residential capacities of the residencies at the university are:

  • Grey Nuns Residence – 601 students
  • Hingston Hall (HA) – 131 students
  • Hingston Hall (HB) – 118 students
  • Jesuit Residence – 61 students

While Grey Nuns housing facility is located in the Sir George Williams campus, Hingston Hall and Jesuit Residence are provided by the Loyola Campus and are overlooked by Resident Life Assistants and Managers.