Rich with history, rife with culture and sprawling with natural beauty, Newfoundland is the most easterly point in North America, Canada’s youngest province and home to Memorial University.
We feel where you are does more than define who you are: it becomes part of your essence, part of what makes you unique. For Memorial University of Newfoundland, the rare location and the culture in which we have grown up have helped to weave a rich institutional fabric that makes us distinct. A rugged environment has helped us become resilient — and some say it keeps us grounded.
Newfoundland and Labrador has a population of more than 500,000 people. St. John’s is the capital city, located on the eastern tip of the island of Newfoundland, and home to the Marine Institute and St. John’s campuses. Our Grenfell Campus is nestled in western Newfoundland's scenic Humber Valley, near Corner Brook, and our Harlow Campus is situated in the quaint, historic town of Old Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom.