Did you know that Concordia graduate programs with a significant research component – such as a thesis and research-creation – are eligible for a wide variety of scholarships from both internal and external sources?
Internal scholarships are provided mainly through funds from the university itself. Some are offered by generous donors, but those are typically reserved to support grad students within certain departments, programs or research areas.
In contrast, external scholarships are provided by a wide variety of not-for-profit, governmental and industrial sources. Some of the largest funding agencies are provincial or federal bodies. In each of these cases, there are agencies that pertain to specific research sectors: natural sciences and engineering, social sciences and humanities, and health.