Application process and further information
Application Deadline Date:
February 1 (Fall Admission only)
All application documentation must be received by the School of Graduate Studies by this date.
Note: there is only one intake of students each year.
All applicants must complete an on-line application available from the School of Graduate Studies website. Applicants to the Master of Health Ethics program must submit a representative sample of their written work.
Once you submit your web application, you can check your graduate application status by going back to the web application site and signing in under the previously selected login ID and PIN used to create your web application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure all supporting documentation is received by the application deadline date; checking the application status can help applicants monitor their graduate application.Click here for more details.
Normally, applicants are notified about their admission status 6 to 8 weeks after the application deadline date.
For an explanation and breakdown of tuition, please visit the School of Graduate Studies website here.
Cost of Living:
The estimated cost of living for students attending Memorial University and living on or near campus can be found here.
Thesis-based students entering this program as a full-time student must secure funding. Funding may come in the form of faculty research grants, scholarships, or fellowships. A number of funding sources can be found on the following Memorial University websites: School of Graduate Studies and Faculty of Medicine’s Research and Graduate Studies Office.
The Master of Health Ethics program is able to offer two scholarships per year to incoming full-time students, each with a value of $6,000 per year for two years.
These scholarships are awarded by the MHE admissions committee upon admission to the program. The admissions committee awards these scholarships to the full-time incoming students who, in the judgment of the committee, have the strongest applications for admission based on:
- Writing sample
- Letters of appraisal
- Statement of interest
Full-time incoming students are eligible for these scholarships regardless of stream (thesis, research papers, or capstone project). However, students who enter the program intending to write a thesis as their final project may be awarded an additional $9,000 per year in matched funding from the University and Faculty of Medicine.
For more information about the Master of Health Ethics program, please go to www.mun.ca/bioethics/mhe