To apply to Memorial University, you need to create an account. You’ll need your account login credentials to create an application and to sign in to review or edit your applications.
A valid and verified email address is required in order to create your account. In order to ensure you receive emails from Memorial, please ensure Memorial is added to your list of safe senders and if you have not received your verification email be sure to check your Junk folder.
Note 1: Current or returning Memorial University students should use their @mun.ca email account to create their account.
Note 2: Newfoundland and Labrador high school students should not use their @nlesd/@nlschools email account to create the account. This email address expires after you graduate from school.
Have you entered your Birth Date (Month, Day and Year) correctly? An incorrect date will delay your application.
Choose an Area of Interest. This will determine which Academic Programs will show below.
For Undergrad students - Before selecting your Area of Interest and Academic Program please review our website for information on admission eligibility for specific academic programs.
Concurrent, Exchange and Visitor applicants are required to select Area of Interest as Unsure and Academic Program as Unsure Program.
Non-Degree applicants are required to select Area of Interest as Non-Degree and Academic Program as Non-Degree Student.
Medicine (Undergraduate) should only be selected for those who have a Bachelor’s degree as indicated in the admission requirements for the Doctor of Medicine program.
If you are not sure which major to declare, are not able to declare your major (such as computer science, pure mathematics, psychology, statistics or all science majors) because it requires University courses to be completed or are intending to apply for a Certificate/Diploma program, you should select either Bachelor of Arts-Unable to Declare Major or Bachelor of Science – Unable to Declare Major depending on your degree preference.
To apply for a Bachelor of Commerce, Engineering, Human Kinetics and Recreation, or Nursing, but complete courses at Grenfell (Corner Brook) Campus, please select St. John’s campus and then your intended program.
You will be asked on the Plans page of the application to indicate your intention to attend Grenfell Campus. If you plan to attend Grenfell Campus for the term indicated but intend to complete an Arts/Science major offered on the St. John’s campus select Grenfell Campus and then the Unsure major option.
Please select the Academic Program that reflects your combination of citizenship and academic experience:
Canadian = Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada
International = not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada
Transfer = have attended a University/College
Current = Students currently attending Memorial University or who have attended in the last 3 consecutive semesters
Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy
This full-time program prepares students for a career as a pharmacist and requires some university-level courses as prerequisites for admission.
Doctor of Pharmacy for Working Professionals
This is a part-time program for practicing pharmacists in Canada to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree while working.
Students who have not previously been admitted to the Bachelor of Engineering program should select Bachelor of Engineering – Engineering One.
These programs are competitive-entry programs. Students must have completed university-level courses to be considered for admission.
Students who wish to apply for both the first and second degree programs, must submit TWO separate applications.
Students who apply for the wrong degree program and who do not meet eligibility requirements will be deemed ineligible for that degree. For example, if you are applying to the BSW (as a Second Degree), do you have a degree? In addition to meeting other admission requirements, applicants who are applying to the BSW as a Second Degree must have been awarded (or been approved for) a Bachelor’s degree from a university recognized by Memorial University of Newfoundland by the end of the winter semester for the year in which admission is being sought. Applicants who have not been awarded a degree will be deemed incomplete for the second degree program and will not have an opportunity to submit an application for the BSW as a First degree after March 1.
To be considered for readmission to the Bachelor of Social Work program, applicants must have been enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work program within the last three years.
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