Memorial University of Newfoundland is Atlantic Canada's premiere comprehensive university and one of the region's most important research facilities. With 16,000 students, 900 faculty and 1,500 administrative and support staff, it's the largest univ
ersity in the region.
Memorial is committed to excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, and service to the general public.
Undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as diplomas and certificates programs are offered through six faculties (Arts, Business, Education, Engineering, Medicine and Science) and seven schools (Continuing Education, Graduate Studies, Music, Nursi
ng, Pharmacy, Physical Education and Social Work). Each year the graduating class numbers in excess of 2,000 students.
Memorial's research efforts, to a large degree, take advantage of our adaptation to the mid-North Atlantic location that has shaped its culture and studies. External funding for research is about $35 million annually in support of approximately 700
projects; internal funding of nearly $1.4 million supports in excess of 200 more.
Memorial University of Newfoundland at a glance
Founded: 1925 (Memorial University College; university status 1949)
Campuses: Main campus and Marine Institute (MI), St. John's; Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Corner Brook; Harlow, England
Undergraduate degrees: Bachelors: arts, arts (police studies), business administration, commerce (and co-op), education (primary, elementary, intermediate/secondary, post-secondary, native & northern), engineering, fine arts (visual arts,
theatre), kinesiology (and co-op), maritime studies, music (and music education), nursing, physical education (co-op), recreation (and co-op), social work, science, science in pharmacy, special education, technology, medical doctor
Graduate degrees: Masters: arts, applied science in environmental engineering and applied science, applied statistics, applied social psychology (co-op), business administration, education, employment relations, engineering, environmental scie
nce, marine studies (fisheries resource management), music, nursing, physical education, philosophy, social work, science, science in pharmacy, women's studies; doctor of philosophy
Academic year: Sept. 1 - Aug. 31; three 14-week semesters; also 6-week inter-session and 6-week summer session.
For more information, visit www.mun.ca.
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