The MUN Faculty of Education will be offering a selection of graduate courses from our Master of Education program to students living in Labrador. For more information:
The following Memorial University courses will be offered in the upcoming year, LIVE and on-site in Happy Valley-Goose Bay!
English 2160: North American Aboriginal Literature
Archaeology 4015: Cultural Resource Management
Special Topics: ANTH/SOC 2220: Labrador Society and Culture
This is a wonderful opportunity to start your university education, build on your CAS transfer courses, or continue working on your degree.
Scholarship opportunity for Postgraduate Indigenous students: Postgraduate Scholarship for Arctic Indigenous Peoples
As well as providing information and advice on programs at St. John’s Campus and at Grenfell, the LI is actively involved in promoting education taking place in Labrador. This includes the 4 year Inuit Bachelor of Social Work program which concluded in June 2013, an Inuit Bachelor of Education program beginning in September 2014, and annual intersession courses and occasional graduate courses.
NOTE: For information on how to join the Inuit Bachelor of Education Program in September 2015 after having completed selected first year university courses, please follow this link.
An educational needs assessment was conducted by the Labrador Institute in 2012-2013. The purpose of this project was to begin to identify the post-secondary education needs within Labrador, to inform the Labrador Institute of the efforts it can pursue in order to support these needs and provide guidance for future program offerings in Labrador.
Data for this study was gathered from High School students and Comprehensive Arts and Science Transfer: College-University students in Labrador. The project was carried out with the assistance of the Centre for Institutional Analysis and Planning (CIAP), Memorial University. The Educational Needs Assessment Report was completed in July 2013.