Contains links to websites and information to help students function effectively in the program, including: student and supervisor guidelines and handbooks, PhD program phase forms, travel and conference funding information, student accounts, graduation information and forms, and a PhD student directory.
Click on the links below to access the names and contact information of students and department advisors in the PhD program.
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Guidelines for Supervisors and Graduate Students
Provides graduate programs, research faculty and graduate students with operating principles, contributing to good working relationships between supervisors and graduate students.
|JMSB PhD Schedule Fall 2013
|JMSB PhD Schedule Winter 2014|
|Fall 2013 MSc Course Schedule|
|Winter 2014 MSc Course Schedule|
|2013-2014 Joint PhD Program Schedule|
Key deadline Dates
PhD Student Office Protocol
Program Links, Forms and Guidelines
|These forms and Guidelines describe the committee and the customized program of each student. Phase II covers the course phase and Phase III covers the thesis phase of the program.|
|Phase II Forms||Phase II Guidelines|
|Phase III Form
Phase III Form
|Phase III Guidelines|
|CREPUQ||PhD Course Planning Form|
|Comprehensive Examination Form||Thesis Proposal Approval Form|
|Graduate Activity Grade Report Form|
|Concordia Ethics Protocols||All research involving human subjects requires a certificate of ethical acceptability before the research can be conducted. Learn about how to obtain ethics approval for your thesis research|
|Abbreviated Summary Protocol Form||Obtaining ethics approval for research involving minimal or low risk to the participants|
|PhD Thesis Grant||How to apply for JMSB funding for the PhD thesis research|
|Thesis Preparation Guide||This section of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) website helps students prepare master's and doctoral theses.|
|Graduate Students Handbook||The School of Graduate Studies’ website provides information that applies to all graduate programs at Concordia University.|
|PhD Student Handbook|
Program Level Funding
|Information about conference and travel funding and policies|
|Conference Travel for PhD Administration Students||Doctoral Consortiums|
|Policy for Travel and Other Allowable Expenses||Student Accounts|
|Policy on Student Travel||Graduate Awards Information Database allowing you to search by field of study. Please also explore Scholarships, Fellowships and Bursaries.|
AFTER HOURS ACCESS TO THE MB AND GM BUILDINGSPhD students have access to the MB and GM buildings 24 hours per day, seven days per week. In order to curtail unauthorized entries into either building after hours and to reduce the risk of personal security, theft and/or property damage, the following procedures for “after hours” (between 11:00 pm and 6:00 am Monday to Friday) and “weekend” entry are in effect.
All entries and exits after hours and on weekends are to be effected through the main building entrance (MB 1450 Guy street and/or GM 1550 de Maisonneuve Blvd.West). If you wish to enter the building and the door is locked, wait for the building security agent to arrive.
Faculty, staff, and graduate students must present a VALID Concordia I.D. card to the MB & GM building security agent upon request and sign the security log-book.
Please note that during the “after hours” period, you may have to wait a few minutes for the building security agent to arrive since, periodically, the agent will be patrolling the building and therefore will be away from the security desk.
If at any time you have security issues while in either building please LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY, then contact the SECURITY office in room H-116, telephone number 514-848-2424, extension 5356 and notify the PhD/MSc program office as soon as possible. If the security agent is exceptionally not at the security desk, please contact 514-848-3717 or internal phones 3717.
For further information please refer to the University Policy on Security.