based on 18 students ratings
I got to know about this college from the internet. I had applied to 6 other colleges but this one was my top priority looking at its reputation and brand name. I paid around $120 for the online application along with sending the official transcripts, and a medical certificate as proof of physical fitness.
The program is structured in a three-year format to be delivered in six academic semesters, two practical skills training sessions, one work term, and one professional orientation session. Some subjects included in the course curriculum were-Technical Communications,-Marine Environment,-Oceanography,-Computer Database and Spreadsheet Applications,-Microbiology-and many more.
I have always wanted to pursue my bachelor's in Canada. I did a lot of research before getting into this college. I had applied to the college through an online application portal. An application fee of $120 was also paid by me.
The course curriculum is designed to make us field ready and to acquire some proper managerial skills. Our curriculum gives us information about human resources, economics, marketing, and quality management in today's maritime industry. It is a unique professional degree that provides us with an in-depth understanding of the business as well as the Maine and technology management concepts. It helped me to endure success in the field by molding me into a knowledgeable professional.
After a lot of research on Canadian colleges, I narrowed down this one. A diploma in Maritime studies helped me to easily get through the admission procedure. I had applied to the college through an online application portal. An application fee of $120 was also paid by me.
The program is designed to make us field ready and acquire proper managerial skills. The curriculum gives us information about human resources, economics, marketing, and quality management in today's Maritime industry. It is a unique professional degree that provides us with an in-depth understanding of the business as well as the Maine and technology management concepts. It helps us endure success in the field by molding us into knowledgeable professionals.
Tuition is the lowest in Atlantic Canada. I connected with the representative that came to my high school. I applied to three universities and ended up selecting St. Mary's for my first year, but decided to transfer to Memorial in my second year, the transfer process was very smooth. I chose Memorial overall based on tuition, the program opportunities (e.g. behavioral neuroscience courses), the city and culture of St. John's, and as a chance to get away from PEI while still maintaining an Atlantic Canada feeling of home. I graduated with a 95% average so if I had went to Memorial straight away I would have qualified for their entrance scholarships.
The program gives you a lot of choice in terms of the types of psychology courses you choose to engage in. You are required to choose a broad range of topics for a well-rounded knowledge of ideas.
In my senior year of high school, a few faculty members who worked in admissions scheduled academic advising appointments with all interested students. I told them that I was interested in pursuing a degree in Communication Studies and they told me about the program requirements and admission requirements for the Bachelor of Arts. I only applied to this school because I wasn't mentally or financially prepared to move away. I knew that there was more opportunity for career advancement if I applied to university and the programs offered at the local colleges didn't interest me. Memorial was the perfect fit. One of the main reasons why people attend Memorial is because of it's relatively low tuition compared to other schools. This point is debatable, however I believe that it's the campus life that convinces people to stay here. It's such an accepting, inviting environment. Everyone around you is willing to answer any questions you may have. It's easy to meet like minded people with all the clubs and extracurricular activities offered every year. It's an inclusive space where anyone no matter their race, ethnicity, sexuality or gender can happily express their true identity to everyone else.
The professors try their best to make the courses interesting, Your success in the program relies on the professors you pick as well as how much effort you put in. I like that the bachelor of arts degree gives you the opportunity to try every discipline. By doing this you get a real sense of what you are interested in. I remember when I first got to MUN I wanted to pursue a double major in English and Communication studies. Now after doing many folklore courses, I have changed that English Major to a Folklore minor. I grew to dislike English and I wouldn't have known that without trying out other subject matter.
I wanted to move away from home (Nova Scotia) and Memorial was the cheapest option of tuition while still being able to get out of the province. I applied to 3-4 colleges, all of them being local besides Memorial. My graduation score from high school was 85% and I did get into all schools I applied to.
I believe the course curriculum to be fair. There is room for a lot of electives which was nice. The only thing I really dislike is how many courses require a pre-requisite to get into- which really has dragged my degree from being completed as I can only do 1-2 courses a semester.
I chose this university because it is the only one in my province. I also opted for this particular university because Memorial offers affordable tuition fees. I graduated high school with honours and had about a 95% grade 12 average. I am passionate about courses such as chemistry, math and biology and know how good the programs for science at memorial are.
The science course curriculum is very interesting. My goal is to complete a biochemistry degree. I am thinking of majoring in biochemistry nutrition. The course material for my courses is interesting although challenging at times.
I applied because of its cheap tuition. They offered me a scholarship because of my high school average of 96%. The application process was simple and there was always someone available to answer questions quickly. I applied to 3 universities, and I received a scholarship for all of them however, the town of St Johns was the most interesting.
The course curriculum seems fair and provides a variety.
After completing my Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration I had to do an MBA to shape my career better. I opted for the Memorial University of Newfoundland for my MBA because one of my cousins did her MBA from this college and I knew it has a high placement rate, experienced faculty, and interesting curriculum. She highly recommended me this college and I am satisfied to be here. I applied to the college via the online admission portal and paid the application fee of $120.
This year of MBA program is designed really well, it prepares us to demonstrate our knowledge and skills at the international level. We are taught broad management concepts that are adaptable to a variety of organizations. Here we learn to develop decision-making, leadership, and team-building skills. We have a wholesome curriculum that prepares us for real-world challenges.
I found out about this university through my school, there was assembly's held and people from the university came to my school to talk about it and it's programmed, as well as if it was right for us or not. It was $60 to apply to go to MUN, very simple and done by the computer. I applied to 3 universities but I chose MUN because it had the best tuition rates and it offered the degree I was interested in for moving forward in life. I graduated from grade 12 with honours status.
The course curriculum is good, there are many options to choose from to follow the path that best suits your degree and wants in life.