Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Harlow Campus is situated in the historic town of Old Harlow in England. Midway between London and Cambridge, it is linked to both cities by road and mainline railway (being approximately 40 minutes from each by rail).
The campus consists of a group of 19th century and older buildings. The main building is The Maltings which houses the administration offices as well as accommodation for 41 residents. It also contains dining room, resources room, common room and laundry as well as the Lord Taylor lecture room.
Harlow Campus is used by both professional schools and academic departments to offer programs. The campus is also available as a base for faculty members and graduate students conducting research or further study in the UK.
Memorial University's Department of Biology offers undergraduate courses at Harlow each Spring semester. In Spring 2012, BIOL 4910 (Vertebrate Diversity and Adaptation) and BIOL 4911 (Field Course in Applied Biology) will be offered at Harlow spanning the month of May.