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Scholarships

If you have the grades, you can get the cash. Last year, we awarded more than $2 million in undergraduate scholarships to new and returning students.

ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CANADIAN STUDENTS

International students can visit our International students page for scholarship details.

SCHOLARSHIP VALUE
Warren and Catherine Ball Memorial Entrance Scholarship
(limited number)
$30,000
($7,500 x 4 years)
NL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are automatically considered based on mid-term results provided by high schools. A minimum final admission average of 90% is required. No application required.
Memorial University Alumni Entrance Scholarships
(limited number)
$25,000
($5,000 x 5 years)
NL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are considered based on academic excellence, community involvement, national and international achievements, demonstrated leadership in school and extracurricular activities. This scholarship requires an application. Check with your guidance counsellor for details.
A minimum final admission average of 90% is required.
Dr. Leslie Harris Memorial University Alumni Association Scholarships
(limited number)
$16,000
($4,000 x 4 years)
NL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are considered based on academic excellence, community involvement, national and international achievements, and demonstrated leadership in school and extracurricular activities. This scholarship requires an application. Check with your guidance counsellor for details.
A minimum final admission average of 90% is required.
Memorial University Entrance Scholarships
(limited number)
$3,000
NL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are automatically eligible based on mid-term results provided by high schools. A minimum final admission average of 90% is required. No application required.
Memorial University Entrance Scholarships
(limited number)
$3,000
High school applicants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents from outside the province of NL who present the highest early admission average, who apply to Memorial by the March 1 deadline and who maintain a minimum final admission average of 90%. No application required.
Memorial University Entrance Scholarships
(unlimited number)
$2,000
High school applicants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are eligible. These are awarded in two stages: through an early offer process in April based on midterm average and in August based on final admission average. A minimum final admission average of 90% is required. No application required.
Memorial University Entrance Scholarships
(limited number)
$1,000
High school applicants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are eligible based on final admission average; minimum 85% required.* No application required.
For more information about Memorial's entrance scholarships, visit mun.ca/scholarships.

* If funds allow, a number of $1000 entrance scholarships may be given starting at final admission averages of 89.9% and awarded in descending order until all available funds are exhausted.

NOTE: For scholarships specific to your academic program of study, please check with the appropriate faculty or school. Scholarships do not require a separate application unless otherwise stated.

Any IB student entering Memorial University who receives the IB Diploma and has a final point score of 30 or higher, who does not receive a scholarship of equal or higher value from Memorial University, will receive an entrance scholarship valued at a minimum of $2,000.

Any IB student entering Memorial University who receives the IB Diploma and has a final point score between 26-29, who does not receive a scholarship of equal or higher value from Memorial University, will be eligible for an entrance scholarship valued at a minimum of $1,000.

 

ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Scholarship information for International students can be found in the International students section.



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