CCE is located in Montreal, which has been named by Quacquarelli Symonds as the best city in the world for students (QS). Montreal is a safe, affordable city with a broad cultural population that speak both English and French. It is also a creatively-minded city that has been designated as a UNESCO City of Design. It hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the International Fireworks Competition, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Montréal en Lumière, Montreal Snow Festival, Igloo Fest, Osheaga Music Festival, and many others. The CCE is Concordia University's non-credit credit department, which is situated on the SGW campus.
The CCE provides high-quality education courses from experts in various fields. CCE has helped thousands of students from all around the world achieve academic and personal success for more than four decades. CCE embraces the global student mobility phenomena because it feels that having students from many countries, cultures, and linguistic groups on campus only enhances the greatness, possibilities, and quality of life of its students, professors, and staff.
CCE provides fantastic teaching and learning environment, as well as opportunities to grow, reflect, and share. During your time at CCE, you will have the opportunity to participate in the four Canadian seasons, including a visit to the National Capital for the Spring Tulip Festival, a trip back in time to Upper Canada Village in historic Kingston, Ontario during the summer months, taking in the majestic Fall colours in world-famous Mont Tremblant, snow tubing in the Laurentian mountains, and attending a Concordia hockey game.
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