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Studying in Fine Arts

Studying in Fine Arts

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Discover the world!

Students can study abroad for a semester or two while continuing to pay Concordia tuition.

Learn more about this great opportunity!

About the Faculty

As one of Canada's largest fine arts faculties, our size means that students have lots of opportunities to meet people from diverse backgrounds and explore new perspectives. Find out more about the Faculty here.


Studying in Montreal

Living in the city of Montreal is a rich and varied artistic and cultural experience. Find out why studying in Montreal is so attractive.


Student Academic Services

Student Academic Services is a vital resource that assists students in navigating the administrative waters and provides academic counseling.


Future students

Consult our Future students section for information on programs, admissions, tours, and financial aid and awards.


Current students

In our Current students section you can find information on advising and registration, financial aid and awards, international study and exchange opportunities, class schedules, program guides, student life and more.


Étudiants francophones

Vous songez à entreprendre une formation universitaire en anglais? Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus sur nos services de soutien.


Careers and a Fine Arts degree

Learn more about Careers and a Degree in Fine Arts and how Concordia can help you prepare for the future.    


“Today the left brain capabilities that powered the information age are necessary but no longer sufficient. The “right brain” qualities of inventiveness, empathy, joyfulness and meaning – increasingly determine who flourishes and who flounders.” Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind (2005) London: Penguin Books       



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