About the University
Concordia University College of Alberta, is a private university in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Accredited under the Alberta Post-secondary Learning Act. Concordia is primarily funded by tuition and private donations but also receives some limited funding from the Government of Alberta.
The university offers 45 majors and minors in the fields of Arts, Science and Management; two after-degree programs, three master’s degrees, and several graduate certificates and diplomas.
Scholarships are awarded to study in Arts, Management or Science.
The University Entrance Scholarship program provides guaranteed renewable scholarships to high school students who present a minimum award average of 75%. Scholarships vary in value according to the applicant’s award average.
To become eligible for University Entrance Scholarships, applicants must be:
1. An International or a Canadian Student
2. Entering their first-year of post-secondary study directly from high school. Concordia will also consider applicants who have:
3. Applicants who enrolled in a post-secondary institution after the completion of high school are not eligible.
4. Enrolled in a degree program in Arts, Management or Science.
5. Registered in a minimum of 80% of a full course load (12 credits) in each semester. Recipients whose registration drops below the required 80% minimum will immediately forfeit their scholarship.
April 1, 2019
There is no separate application required. Concordia identifies eligible students through the admission process, choosing from those who submit their admission Application Forms and final (interim) high school transcripts before April 1st. Eligible scholarship recipients are sent a preliminary scholarship offer notification letter.
To read more, Visit the webpage of Concordia University of Edmonton