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Concordia - Montreal is a public university located in Canada. It is a large institution with an enrollment of 21,221 undergraduate students.
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Montreal, QC, Canada
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Concordia was a fantastic school. With two campuses students have the opportunity to study on a stunning classical university campus outside of the city, walking the streets and fields and revelling in the beauty of the architecture, or entering a part of Montreal’s busy downtown, interacting with people from all over heading anywhere. The students are a great diverse mix of ages, backgrounds and futures. The faculty are engaged, inspiring and generous. The downtown library is perfect. Student life is active, through provoking and motivational. An excellent school in an amazing city.
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Concordia needs to think of quality more than quantity. Currently, this university admits students way more than its capacity. It does not make sense to have a class of 200 people at Masters (Graduate) level. Professor accountability is extremely low at this University.
Furthermore, the coursework designed by the University and greater emphasis on theory exams in degrees such as Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, etc. defeats the very purpose of obtaining a degree. This kind of marks division in a course promotes rote learning rather than applied learning.
Concordia has a long way to go if it wants to improve its global ranking
Concordia University was a very pleasant school to attend. The school has two campuses, one for natural sciences, Loyola, and another for the social sciences.

Loyola campus has very recent buildings, quite well equipped laboratories and the professors really seem to know and love the material they teach.

The other campus, "SGW" for social sciences is quite a bite older. Nonetheless, it remains functional and you have to do your exams t here.

I did my science prerequisite courses at Concordia, and overall I appreciated the experience. I would gladly recommend the school to anyone who would want to study in Montreal.