Memorial is a University of 21st-century explorers, where the opportunities are vast. It's a place where cutting-edge technology and flexible programs combine to liberate our students' and researchers' true potential.
Founded in 1925 as a living memorial to Newfoundland's war dead, today Memorial University has four campuses, each with its own personality. Many of the university's facilities and services are also open to the community.
The largest university in Atlantic Canada, Memorial offers more than 100 degree programs to a student population of 17,500. Students can expand their horizons at one of two campuses in St. John's, including science, health, arts, fine arts, social sciences, engineering, education, and business.
Memorial is not just a great place to work and study -- it's an exciting place to visit. Memorial University: where people and ideas become.