What R-score do you need for Concordia?
Is a 27 R Score good?
The R score is expressed by a number that can range from 1-50 although most R scores fall within the 15-36 range. To give you an idea of what the numbers mean, an R score average of around 35+ is usually required to be admitted to Medicine, an R score average between 27 to 29.5 is required to be admitted to Management.
How do I apply for Concordia?
If you have a Netname and have started an application, here you can complete your application and pay the $100 CAD application fee. If you have already paid your application fee, you can upload documents in the My Student Centre (log-in required).
How long does it take to get accepted to Concordia?
Their website indicates that it can take from 48 hours to eight weeks, depending on your situation.
Is Concordia University a good university?
Concordia is once again named best university in North America under 50. Concordia also ranked number one in Canada and held its 101-150 spot out of 414 universities worldwide under 50 years old in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2020.
Does Concordia University accept 3 year degree?
Bachelor’s degree — minimum 3 to 4 year program. Bachelor’s degree — minimum 4 year program; Diploma of Higher Studies or Education Diploma — minimum 5 years post-secondary studies.
Does Concordia need GRE?
Applicants must submit academic transcripts, three letters of reference, and a statement of purpose. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required.
Does Concordia require ielts?
IELTS – International English Language Testing System Candidates must take the “Academic Module.” The Concordia University Language Test Centre offers the IELTS test. For more information on the IELTS test, you may also visit ielts.org. Some programs require a higher minimum score. No English language courses required.
How can I get into a Canadian university with a low GPA?
- Finding schools that consider the whole story. As an applicant, you’re more than just your GPA.
- Communicating with the admissions department.
- Wowing admissions with the rest of your application.
- Pursuing post-graduate work.
- Considering online graduate schools that accept 2.5 GPA.