Across our campuses and in other locations, more than 19,400 students and 5,300 faculty and staff from more than 115 countries learn, teach, research, create and engage. Memorial University has teaching and learning facilities across Newfoundland and Labrador, and abroad, as well as 475 online courses giving you diverse choice of where to study.

Other Locations

Memorial University has teaching and learning facilities across Newfoundland and Labrador, and abroad, giving you diverse choice of where to study.

St. John's Campus, St. John's, N.L.

The province's capital city, St. John's, is home to the St. John's campus which offers a full range of academic programs in a modern, urban setting. Our largest campus is home to teaching and research facilities for Memorial's faculties and schools and serves as the university's administrative hub.

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Grenfell Campus, Corner Brook, N.L.

Grenfell Campus, located in Corner Brook on the scenic west coast of the island, is a liberal arts and science campus specializing in environmental and fine arts programs.

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Marine Institute, St. John's, N.L.

Also located in St. John's is the Marine Institute, Canada's leading centre of fisheries and marine training and one of the largest marine educational facilities in the world.

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Harlow Campus, Harlow, U.K.

Our small campus in England gives students and faculty a chance to study and undertake research abroad, creating a unique teaching and learning experience for everyone.

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Signal Hill Campus, St. John's, N.L.

Signal Hill Campus, officially opened its doors on Sept. 29, 2018. With an initial focus on public engagement and innovation, the tenants, programming and partnerships based at Memorial’s iconic location will help address 21st century issues by connecting the expertise and ideas of Memorial University students, faculty, staff and retirees, and the people and organizations of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Labrador campus, Happy Valley-Goose Bay

The Labrador Campus is Memorial’s newest location based in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and is a leading centre of research, education, policy, and outreach by and for the North. Home to the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies and the Pye Centre for Northern Boreal Food Systems, the Labrador Campus provides place-based, Northern-focused, and Indigenous-led education and research opportunities in Labrador and across the North.

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