Memorial University of Newfoundland
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: Canada
Found Year: 1925
Address: P.O. Box 4200
Introduction

Memorial University is the largest university in Atlantic Canada with a student population of approximately 17,000. Memorial University and the Marine Institute are located in St. John's, NL with smaller campuses located in Corner Brook, NL and Harlow, England. Memorial's main campus in St. John's offers over 100 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate level, along with many diploma and certificates, in 11 Faculties and Schools (Arts, Science, Music, Engineering, Business, Human Kinetics, Medicine, Pharmacy, Social Work, Education and Nursing). The Corner Brook campus offers undergraduate and graduate programs in liberal arts, science, business, and specializes in fine arts and environmental studies. The Marine Institute (MI) is one of the largest and most comprehensive marine education and applied research facilities in the world, specializing in aquaculture and seafood development, marine simulation, aquatic research, and offshore safety and survival. While MI offers 2 undergrad programs and 3 graduate programs in Maritime Studies and Marine Technology, MI is known for its diploma and certificate programs in areas such as Marine Engineering, Nautical Science, Naval Architecture, Ocean Mapping, and its industry and Transport Canada training.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
701-800
Academic Ranking of World Universities
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601-700
2018
501-600
2019
601-700
2020
601-700
2021
701-800
2022
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Marine_Ocean Engineering
38
Food Science & Technology
51-75
Oceanography
76-100
Telecommunication Engineering
76-100
Remote Sensing
76-100
Political Sciences
101-150
Earth Sciences
201-300
Geography
201-300
Key Statistics
15414
Total Enrollment
3429(22.2%)
International Students
12409
Undergraduate Enrollment
1816(14.6%)
International Students
3005
Graduate Enrollment
1613(53.7%)
International Students