For purposes of admission to Concordia University, international students are defined solely on their citizenship/residency status. If a student does not hold citizenship or permanent residency in the United States and will require an F-1 student visa to attend Concordia, the student is classified as an international student.
Concordia University defines an international student to be a non-U.S. citizen or non-U.S. Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder). Exceptions apply if you are currently in the U.S. in one of the following statuses: Refugee, Asylum, Parolee or Confidential Entrant.
How to Apply to Graduate Programs
Each graduate program has a specific set of admission requirements and a different set of deadlines. Please visit the graduate program admission checklists below to review the requirements of admission:
College of Education
College of Theology, Arts & Sciences
- MA TESOL Admission Checklist
- MA International Development & Service Checklist
- Master of Arts in Psychology: Community Psychology
School of Management
Recommended deadlines for application submission:
Fall Semester: July 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Semester: April 1
You may be required to have your transcripts evaluated. Please see the list of evaluating partners.
To receive your I-20 (to obtain your F-1 student visa), you will need to submit the following after the submission of your deposit.
- Financial Guarantee form (PDF)
- Bank Statement
- Health History form (PDF)
- Certificate of Immunization form (PDF)
- SEVIS Transfer form (PDF) - for students transferring from a US based institution