Memorial University has teaching and learning facilities across Newfoundland and Labrador, and abroad, giving you diverse choice of where to study. St. John’s is home to the largest campus of Memorial University. Studying in the province’s capital city provides access to a wide range of degree programs and the city’s cultural and recreational offerings. The Marine Institute, also located in St. John’s, is one of the world’s most respected centres for marine education and applied research. Specialized programs and individualized learning are a strong basis for a professional education in the global oceans sector.Newfoundland’s west coast is home to the Grenfell Campus of Memorial University. With about 1,250 students, Grenfell Campus offers a personalized education with degree programs in liberal arts and sciences, with a focus on the fine arts and the environment. This small campus is set among jaw dropping natural beauty with outdoor adventures on its doorstep. Also in the western region in the coastal community of Norris Point is the Bonne Bay Marine Station. This world-class education and research facility, operated by Memorial University and the Gros Morne Co-operating Association, is dedicated to increasing knowledge of marine ecology. To the north, the Labrador Institute has locations in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador City and North West River. As Memorial University’s presence in the Big Land, the Institute leads projects and programs to expand the Labrador knowledge base. Memorial University’s teaching and learning opportunities extend beyond the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The ability to study in France is closer than imagined. Memorial University’s Programme Frecker provides the opportunity to experience French language and culture on the island of Saint-Pierre off the south coast of Newfoundland.