St. John, Newfoundland and Labrador | Public University | Established 1925
The Memorial University of Newfoundland was founded as a memorial to Newfoundlanders who died in active service during World War I and subsequent conflicts. It takes inspiration from these past sacrifices as it works to build a brighter future for the province, the country, and the world. More than 18,000 students from more than 100 countries attend Memorial University to learn. Memorial University offers certificate, diploma, and undergraduate programmes on four sites and online, ranging from the classics to sophisticated technologies. Memorial University's global network of more than 90,000 accomplished alumni around the world enhances the university's research, teaching, and public engagement capabilities.
Why Memorial University?
Memorial University is fortunate to be able to bring students, teachers, and staff from all over the world together to foster mutual respect, cultural understanding, and meaningful relationships. Memorial is dedicated to internationalisation, international cooperation, student mobility, and cultural awareness for this reason.
Teaching & Learning
Nine recipients of 3M Teaching Fellowships, five recipients of the Atlantic Association of Universities' Distinguished Teacher Award, and two recipients of the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools Geoffrey Marshall Mentoring Award are among the many notable achievements and honours bestowed upon Memorial's faculty.
Awards & Honours
Numerous awards and honours have been bestowed upon Memorial's faculties in recognition of their significant contributions to society. The Arctic Inspiration Prize, the SSHRC Impact Awards (including the Gold Medal and Insight Award), the Governor General's Innovation Award (2018 and 2019), and the United Nations' Climate Solution Award are just a few of the national and international honours that demonstrate Memorial's status as a global research university.
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