Memorial University of Newfoundland is a public university which was founded in 1925 in Newfoundland, Canada. The university has 3 campuses: two in Canada and one in England: Grenfell Campus and St. John's is the Marine Institute in Canada.
Memorial University of Newfoundland offers variety of courses like Oil and gas, Geology, Archaeology Interdisciplinary programs, Humanities and Social Sciences etc.
Memorial University of Newfoundland has more than 18,000 students.
Memorial University ranked 7 in the inclusive category of Maclean's University Rankings. The Grenfell Campus is located in Corner Brook. The campus offers liberal arts and science campus specializing in environmental and fine arts programs. St. John's is the Marine Institute is Canada's foremost centre of fisheries and marine training and it is also one of the largest marine educational facilities in the world. The university has small campus in England which gives students and faculty a chance to study and undertake research abroad, creating a unique teaching and learning experience for everyone.
Notable Alumni: David Agnew (President, Seneca College Of Applied Arts And Technology), Robert Gellately (Historian), Mary C. Lobban (British Physiologist)
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Undergraduate: CAD 11,460
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