Birks Student Service Centre
centre is your main point of contact for a wide variety of services
you may be needing during your studies at Concordia, whether you are
a part-time, full-time, undergraduate or graduate student.
- Transcript Requests
- Important Dates
- I.D. Cards
Class Schedule &
Class Schedule identifies the classes offered for the Summer, Fall,
and Winter academic year.
The Examination Office website is intended to make it easier for you to learn about exam site rules and regulations; conflicts; alternates; supplementals, deferrals, MEDs and other exam-related matters.
Quebec Ministry of Higher Education Requirements
Permanent Code Requirement
The Ministry of
requires all Quebec Universities to have a permanent code (assigned by the Ministry) for each
registered student for whom the University receives
Quebec Resident Tuition Status
Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche, de la Science et de la Technologie (MESRST) requires universities to collect
additional fees from Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents who enroll in Undergraduate and Graduate programs and who do not qualify
as Quebec residents under MESRST definitions. Students in special
exchange programs, undergraduate French Language or Literature
programs, and Doctoral programs may be excluded.
French Program Fee Exemption
Students who are not Quebec residents (as determined by the
Ministry of Higher Education) are normally required to pay additional
differential tuition fees. These additional fees may be waived in
whole or in part for students registered in approved French programs
International Fee Exemptions
Categories of exemption from international differential tuition fees
as determined by the Quebec Ministry of Higher Education.
Authorization to transfer credits
(Inter-university registration agreement) Concordia students who register at other Quebec universities under the
agreement will have their grades transferred to Concordia according to the attached Grade Conversion Tables which have been approved by the Concordia University Senate. Grades transferred will be counted in the student’s Concordia Grade Point Average.
Students may only register in those courses for which they receive
prior authorization. Concordia will de-register Inter-University
students from courses for which they do not have the appropriate
Grade Conversion Tables:
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Program Availability and Deadlines
Application deadline dates and a listing of
programs still available for application after the
Independent Students - Information Guide
Information Web Sites
The portal combines various systems, user interfaces and
technical solutions available to the Concordia community under a
single consistent web based interface structure.
Calendar is an official University document defining academic
programs and the regulations which pertain to them.
obtaining letter of attestation, certification of graduation, letter
of registration status, and completing various forms.
Application for Degree Transfer
The Application for Degree Transfer form is intended for Concordia students registered in a Bachelor’s degree program who wish to apply for a transfer to another Bachelor’s degree (e.g. from BComm to BFA or from BA to BEng). This form is not to be used by Certificate or Independent students who wish to apply to enter a Bachelor’s program. In such cases, students must apply for admission online at
about University Graduation Ceremonies & Replacement
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