The Memorial University of Newfoundland is also known as Memorial University established in 1925. It is a comprehensive university based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It is a multi-campus, multi-disciplinary, public, teaching/research university committed to excellence. It offers a huge selection of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in arts, science, education, fine arts, medicine, engineering and applied science, business, music, maritime studies, technology and ocean instrumentation, human kinetics and recreation, nursing, pharmacy, resource management and social work.
The core mission of the Memorial University of Newfoundland is to promote brilliance in teaching and research, developing a spirit of curiosity and inquiry about all facets of the human past.
- The World University Ranking (2016–17) – 452
Memorial University has more than 18,500 students and 5,200 active faculties throughout the world. The Memorial experience goes away from the university, it invites a discovery of self, community, and place. It is including one of the best library systems in Canada and some of the world’s most advanced laboratories and technology.
- Full-time (undergraduates) -12,230
- Full-time (graduates) -2,730
- Part-time (undergraduates) -1,960
- Part-time (graduates) -1,250
Studying at Memorial University
Memorial University: Subjects
- Arts & Humanities
- Engineering & technology
- Business & Economics
- Physical sciences
- Social sciences
- Clinical, pre-clinical & health
- Life sciences
Address: St. John’s, PO Box 4200, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1C 5S7, Canada
Phone: (709) 864-2445