Various DAAD Scholarships, Concordia In-Course Bursaries and the Quebec MEESR Student Exchange Bursary - apply as soon as possible!

Experience the student exchange program. Discover Germany. Rediscover yourself!

 

 

 

The Deutscher Akademischer Austauch Dienst (DAAD) provides numerous funding opportunities to students world-wide. Undergraduate Studies, Graduate Studies, PhD, PostDoc and much much more!

For more information click on the image above.

 

 

The MEESR Bursary is dedicated to any student who is considered a resident of Quebec and wishes to study abroad. Get in touch with Concordia International and attend one of their workshops to pave your path towards exchange!

For general information about studying abroad, visit CSEP!

 

 

Every academic year, generally as a full-time student, you are eligible for internal funding - aside of the Quebec Loans and Bursaries program. A popular resource is the Concordia In-Course Bursary program, which provides any student with good academic standing and financial need a helping hand in their studies; some bursaries are also accorded considering merit, background, community involvement and/or specifically to a program.

The application process is completed through the MyConcordia Portal, under My Student Center -> Finance -> Apply for Bursaries or Scholarships.

 

 

Inspired by the stories of numerous students in need, the SuperKutz Foundation offers scholarships to College and Undergraduate Students who demonstrate financial need and have a great academic standing!

Scholarships offered by ASFA at the end of the year are sent out by newsletter. Apply now for the following scholarships!
Please send all applications to Patricia Martone at academic@asfa.ca

 

  • Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Concordia Community

    This award is given to a student who has created a sense of community at Concordia by contributing to student life and has demonstrated that their efforts have had positive impact on the Concordia community. The minimum required GPA for this award is 3.0. The recipient of this award shall receive $300. Four (4) awards are given out annually.

    **Students interested in this award must send a cover letter detailing their contribution to the Concordia community, how their efforts positively impacted Concordia students, and their motivation for undertaking the project.
    *Students must also send the latest copy of their transcript. An unofficial version will suffice.

  • Award for Academic Achievement


    This award is designed to recognize an arts and science student who has excelled in their academic career at Concordia. The minimum required GPA for this award is 3.8. The recipient of this award shall receive $300. Four (4) awards are given out annually.

     **Students must also send the latest copy of their transcript. An unofficial version will suffice.

 

  • Meghna Atwal Award

    Thiss award was created to honour the life of Meghna Atwal who contributed to ASFA for three years and showed a dedication to her community by creating new projects. Applicants interested should have contributed to the Arts and Science community by bringing novel additions to student life and/or academics. Applicants must also be registered in a double major, honors, or specialization. There is no minimum GPA requirement for this award. The recipient shall receive $400. One (1) award is given out annually.

    **Students interested in this award must send a cover letter detailing their novel project, as well as its impact on the Arts and Science community.
    *Students must also send the latest copy of their transcript. An unofficial version will suffice.

  • Damond Hartung Award

    This award was created to honour the life of Damon Hartung who contributed to ASFA for three years and showed dedication to his community by creating new projects. Applicants interested should have contributed to the Arts and Science community by bringing novel additions to student life and/or academics while remaining in strong academic standing. The minimum required GPA for this award is 3.0. The winner shall receive $600. One (1) award is given out annually. 

    **Students interested in this award must send a cover letter detailing their novel project, as well as its impact on the Arts and Science community.
    *Students must also send the latest copy of their transcript. An unofficial version will suffice
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