Graduate Diploma in Youth Work (GrDip)

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Postgraduate Certificate / Master's Degree

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€ 299

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€ 99

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ABOUT

Studying at Graduate Diploma in Youth Work (GrDip) at Concordia University in Canada:

The Graduate Diploma in Youth Work gives you an understanding of the various approaches and practices used in the field, combining the latest principles of youth development with training in clinical interventions. You will develop the skills needed to support young people aged 10 to 30 while gaining exposure to a variety of professional settings. Under the guidance of our faculty members you will learn about a wide range of clinical approaches with young people, including an emphasis on relational, emancipatory and psycho-educational techniques. Montreal’s culturally diverse population offers work opportunities with groups in need such as First Nations and refugee youth, as well as programs in addiction and residential care. After completion of the Youth Work program, graduates may use their coursework toward building a portfolio for an “application par equivalences” to Quebec’s professional orders, such as the Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices, or the Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec.

 

Necessary information:

  • Duration: 1 year
  • Degree awarded by: Concordia University in Canada
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fee: 21,945
  • Faculty: Faculty of Arts & Science
  • Primary campus: Loyola (LOY)

Note: The Total cost includes: tuition fee, health insurance fee and compulsory fees.

 

Curriculum:

  • Advanced Research Methods in Youth Work (3 credits)
  • Psychoeducation and Youth Work Ethics in Practice (3 credits)
  • Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care Work (3 credits)
  • Individual and Group Intervention with Youth (3 credits)
  •  Advanced Youth Work Intervention: Case Management and Supervision (3 credits)

 

Career opportunity:

  • Youth worker: As a youth worker, you will work directly with young people, providing support, guidance, and resources to help them navigate the challenges of adolescence. You may work in a variety of settings, including community centers, schools, and youth shelters.
  • Program coordinator: As a program coordinator, you will be responsible for developing and implementing programs and activities for young people. This may include organizing events, workshops, and educational programs that promote positive youth development.
  • Social worker: With a graduate diploma in youth work, you may also be qualified to work as a social worker, specializing in working with children and young people. Social workers are responsible for assessing the needs of their clients, developing treatment plans, and providing ongoing support and guidance.
  • Youth advocate: As a youth advocate, you will work to promote the rights and interests of young people, advocating for policies and programs that benefit them. You may work for non-profit organizations, government agencies, or advocacy groups.
  • Researcher: With a graduate diploma in youth work, you may also be qualified to work as a researcher, studying the social, cultural, and psychological factors that impact young people. This may involve conducting surveys, interviews, and focus groups, analyzing data, and presenting findings to policymakers and other stakeholders.

 

Application Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.00.
  • Prerequisites at the undergraduate level include at least three credits in adolescent development and three credits in social science research methods.
  • Evidence of some volunteer or work experience with children or youth is required.
  • Candidates must be aware that a Police Check is required prior to an internship placement.
  • Proficiency in English. Applicants whose primary language is not English must demonstrate that their knowledge of English is sufficient to pursue graduate studies in their chosen field.

 

English language requirements:

  • Applicants, regardless of citizenship, whose primary language is not English, will be required to provide proof of English proficiency scores prior to their admission to Concordia University. Test results that are more than two years old at the time of application will not be accepted.
  • English second language (ESL) course requirement: The Department of Education offers ESL courses to non-native speakers of English who are accepted by Concordia University but who must upgrade their reading and writing skills.
  • In all cases, the University reserves the right to require an English language proficiency test if it is deemed necessary.

Minimum English proficiency scores for graduate admission by Faculty:

 

 

Exam

 

Faculty of Arts and Science

 

Faculty of Fine Arts

Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science  

John Molson School of Business

 

School of Graduate Studies

 

 

 

TOEFL

Between 80 and 106

 

Based on your desired discipline

Between 80 and 106

 

Based on your desired discipline

Between 75 and 88

 

Based on your desired discipline

95 or higher and no part under 20 in each of the four components Between 80 and 90, no part under 20

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

 

 

IELTS

 

 

Between 6.5 and 7

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

Between 6.5 and 7.5

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

Between 6 and 6.5

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

Overall score of 7.0 with no part below 6.5

6.5 with at least a score of 6.5 or 6 in each of the four components

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

DET – Duolingo English Test

Score above 120

Or

Score above 125

 

Based on your desired discipline

Score above 120

Or

Score above 125

 

Based on your desired discipline

Score between 110 – 115

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

 

 

Minimum score of 120

 

 

 

Minimum score of 120

 

 

CAEL

The minimum acceptable score for the CAEL is 70 The minimum acceptable score for the CAEL is 70 The minimum acceptable score for the CAEL is 70 The minimum acceptable score for the CAEL is 70 The minimum acceptable score for the CAEL is 70
CAE – Cambridge C1 Advanced

 

And

 

CPE – Cambridge C2 Proficiency

The minimum acceptable score for the CAE is: 180

 

 

The minimum acceptable score for the CPE is: 180

The minimum acceptable score for the CAE is: 180

 

 

The minimum acceptable score for the CPE is: 180

The minimum acceptable score for the CAE is: 180

 

 

The minimum acceptable score for the CPE is: 180

The minimum acceptable score for the CAE is: 180

 

 

The minimum acceptable score for the CPE is: 180

The minimum acceptable score for the CAE is: 180

 

 

The minimum acceptable score for the CPE is: 180

 

 

 

PTE Academic

Between 52 and 61

 

 

Based on your desired discipline

Between 52 and 61

 

 

Based on your desired discipline

Scores between 50-57 or  higher

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

Scores between 52-61 or  higher

 

Based on your desired discipline

 

Scores between 52-61 or  higher and no part under 53

Based on your desired discipline

 

Deadlines and intakes:

Start term: Fall

Application deadlines:

FALL: February 1

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Expenses (CAD)

Tuition (per year)

21,945

CAD

Application Fee

100

CAD

Program expenses

University & General Expenses

Health & dental insurance plan: 1,344 / Yearly
Books and supplies: 2,434 / Yearly
Housing (Rent): 7,440 / Yearly
Internet/Cell Phone: 1,040 / Yearly
Food: 5,685 / Yearly
Personal expenses: 1,803 / Yearly
Transport/Travel: 572 / Yearly
Miscellaneous: 500 / Yearly

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

75

accommodation

Concordia University boasts a myriad of dormitories situated on both the Loyola Campus and the Sir George Williams Campus in the bustling heart of downtown Montreal. These dormitories provide accommodations ranging from single to double rooms, featuring communal amenities such as kitchens, bathrooms, and shared living spaces. Additionally, certain dormitories offer apartment-style living arrangements.

Outlined below are some of the student housing options available:

  • Grey Nuns Residence: Steeped in centuries-old heritage, Grey Nuns Residence is centrally located in downtown Montreal on the Sir George Williams Campus.
  • Hingston Hall: Designed for undergraduate residents, Hingston Hall is nestled within the tranquil surroundings of the Loyola Campus.
  • Jesuit Residence: Recently refurbished, the Jesuit Residence accommodates a diverse mix of graduate and undergraduate students.
  • YWCA Residence: Situated adjacent to the Sir George Williams Campus, the YWCA Residence dedicates two floors exclusively to Concordia University students.

After Graduation

Concordia University in Canada offers an array of employment assistance services tailored specifically for international students. These comprehensive services are meticulously crafted to facilitate students in securing employment opportunities, honing their career proficiencies, and navigating the intricate landscape of the Canadian job market.

Upon graduation, international students are entitled to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), enabling them to seek employment in Canada. The PGWP application grants individuals the privilege to work in Canada for a duration of up to three (3) years. It is imperative to initiate the PGWP application process within 90 days of receiving the final academic transcripts while concurrently holding a valid Study Permit.

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Tuition
Deadline

21,945

Deadline

Application Fee

Deadline

100

Deadline
Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

75