Concordia University of Edmonton is a boutique university; small enough that every student is essential yet large enough for a global outlook.
With over 45 majors and minors in Arts, Management, Sciences, after-degree and graduate programs, we are steeped in over one hundred years of history as an institution.
There's never been anyone like you, and there never will be. So when it comes to your education, feeling anonymous just doesn't cut it. You deserve a personalized experience, tailored to who you are, and where you're heading. You deserve Concordia University of Edmonton; Canada's pre-eminent small university.
Concordia University of Edmonton offers several 3 or 4 year bachelor degree programs in the arts, management, and sciences, with after degree programs in Education and Environmental Public Health; being the only university in Alberta that can certify you to be a Public Health Officer, several Master programs, and a PsyD program. We provide personalized and extraordinary educational and growing opportunities both in and out of the classroom.
CUE is happy to offer assistance in finding off-campus housing. For more info, please visit the Housing Services page.
We are excited to welcome you to our campus and, at student orientation, you will learn all about what you can expect for the semester including the practical, academic, and student life opportunities and supports available.
We are here to help you with:
- Career exploration
- Educational and career planning
- Job search strategies
- Cover letter and resume writing
- Professional portfolio development
- Professional branding and LinkedIn
- Interview preparation, including mock interviews and MMI preparation
- Negotiating job offers
- Student help positions available on campus
- Networking, volunteer and internship opportunities
The Fitness Centre is located in the Ralph King Athletic Centre on the north end of Concordia University of Edmonton. It's primarily used as an academic space as part of our Education programs, a training facility for our 9 intercollegiate sports teams, and a gathering space for intermural sports and student activities.
With 12 CCAA National Championships and 44 ACAC titles between our 9 sports teams, it's never been a better time to be a Thunder!
The Concordia University of Edmonton Students' Association is a non-profit organization working independently from CUE to enrich and support student activities on campus. You can visit their website for more information.
Getting involved on campus is easy on a personalized campus like Concordia. The Concordia University of Edmonton Students' Association hosts over 15 different clubs, unions, and professional organizations on campus and is always willing to new ones! So feel free to join a club or start your own!
In harmony with Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE)’s mission and vision, the Office of Extension and Culture at CUE endeavors to provide students, staff, faculty, and community with a diversity of life-long learning choices in a welcoming and engaging environment, outside of our academic programs. We are committed to supporting the development of students through a responsive curriculum, relevant academic support, and flexible learning activities and programs.
University life can be exciting and stressful. We offer a wide variety of services to help you achieve your education goals and balance your experience. We have the following services to help you manage your academic needs:
Concordia University of Edmonton is constantly establishing cooperative relationships with universities and other institutions around the globe, where there is an exchange of ideas, students, and scholars. Mobility of students and faculty, joint research activities and publications, seminars and symposia, and exchange of academic materials are all a part of our internationalization. We host a large number of international students and offer over 100+ study abroad programs with universities around the globe.
Campus tours are BACK! We're excited to see you! You can book an in-person tour, or take our virtual tour, here!!
The Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre (IKRC) was launched in 2018 and aims to be a home away from home for Indigenous students, where they can connect, share, seek out support and contribute to a community. The IKRC connects self-declared Indigenous and non-Indigenous students with social and scientific research opportunities. It also allows students to engage in research collaborations with key industry and community partners.
Modified on August 17, 2022