I want to apply

It's not too late!

Missed the fall 2024 priority application deadline? There are some programs still accepting applications:

1. Choose a program and a campus

Memorial University offers a wide variety of programs. With over 300 program options and multiple campuses to choose from, your choices are wide open. Check out what is offered at the St. John’s Campus, Grenfell Campus, the Marine Institute, the Labrador Campus or online.

2. Review application deadlines

Application deadlines vary by program. We encourage you to submit your application well in advance of the posted deadlines.

If you are applying from outside of Canada and will need a study permit, review the study permit processing times to ensure you have sufficient time to arrive to Memorial. 

3. Check the admission requirements

A) General admission requirements

General admission means you meet the university’s minimum requirements to gain early or verified acceptance.

All applicants must meet general admission requirements before being considered for admission to a competitive-entry program. If you are taking courses at a university or college for the first time, you will first be considered for admission under a general admission program such as a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science.

English language requirement

All applicants to Memorial University must meet our English language requirement.

If you haven’t yet met the requirement, you may be interested in our English as a Second Language program offered at the Grenfell Campus.

B) Competitive-entry program requirements

If you are successful with general admission and have applied to a competitive-entry program, your application will be forwarded to that faculty/school for consideration. You will hear from them separately.

Note: Admission to Memorial's competitive-entry programs is competitive and selective. Meeting the minimum general admission requirements does not guarantee admission to a competitive-entry program.

Admission categories

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4. Start the application

The online application takes about 30 minutes to complete. You may start an application, save it, and return to it any time before submitting.

You will need to submit a new online application if you are/were:

  • Applying to Memorial for the first time
  • Previously admitted but didn’t register for courses
  • Previously enrolled and haven’t registered for courses in more than three consecutive semesters
  • Current Memorial student applying to competitive-entry programs

Current Memorial students should review information on how to change their academic program, including how to declare their program/major/minor versus how to apply for admission to competitive-entry programs.

Watch the following video for a quick guide to creating and verifying your account:

Once you've created your account you'll be all set to apply. Sign in to the admissions portal and start your application.

Applicants must complete their own application as they are academically responsible for the accuracy of the information submitted.

The application may not work properly on a mobile device.

The software for the online application only supports the English language.

Trouble logging in? Typically if you close your browser entirely and start it up again, the problem goes away, and you'll be able to log in. If that does not work, try clearing your browser history. If this does not work, contact help@mun.ca.

Typically if you close your browser entirely and start it up again, the problem goes away, and you'll be able to log in. If that does not work, try clearing your browser history and review our other suggested solutions. If issues still persist, contact help@mun.ca.

5. Submit your application and pay the fee

Once you've clicked the submit button on your application, proceed to the payment page and pay the non-refundable application fee(s). A valid Visa or MasterCard is required to submit the online application.

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with application payment using Visa and MasterCard debit cards. If you receive a decline message please use a Visa or MasterCard credit card.

Faculty/school specific application fees are in addition to the general application fees. If you are a current Memorial University student you will not be charged the general application fee.

Benefits-eligible Memorial employees and retirees are exempt from the general application fee and should contact the Office of the Registrar for instructions on how to apply.

 General application fee
Canadian applicants $60
Canadian applicants who have attended a post-secondary
institution outside of Newfoundland and Labrador
International applicants $120
 Faculty/School application fee
Bachelor of music $40
Joint bachelor of music and commerce $40
Doctor of pharmacy (entry-to-practice) $125 (Canadian applicants)
$175 (International applicants)
Doctor of pharmacy (for working professionals) $125
Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars and approved by the University's Board of Regents. Application fees are subject to change without notice.

Application fee payments can only be made from 5 a.m. to midnight (Newfoundland time), Sunday through Friday. Outside of these times, you will be able to access your application but not submit or pay the fee.

Upon successful payment of your application, a payment details screen will appear. This screen will indicate your payment was processed successfully with a response message of APPROVED.

You should keep a picture/screenshot of this page as it will contain your reference number and authorization code. You will also be sent an email with the payment details.

After submission and payment of your application you will be able to check your application status, review required supplemental items and documents, and view any admission decisions using the My Account page in the admissions portal.