The Marine Institute has a broad range of Programs and Courses from which to choose.
Be sure you meet all of the Admission Requirements and Physical Requirements for your program before you apply.
We’re available to answer any questions you may have.
Call us at 1-800-563-5799 or email.
You should begin the application process much earlier. Due to time constraints and immigration processes, applications cannot be considered beyond April 1st for September enrolment and August 1st for January enrolment.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org when you apply so that we can follow up your application.
Send preliminary transcripts
High School/Secondary Students: Send preliminary and/or final statement of high school grades. We only require official transcripts for the final high school grades.
Proof of English Language Proficiency OR Application for the Intensive English Program.
Transfer Students: Send preliminary or final transcript from the other post-secondary institution you attended. We only require official transcripts for final results.
Send an original or certified copy of course descriptions (this is needed to assess courses for
transfer of credit.)
Send all required documents to:
Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland
P.O. Box 4920
St. John's, NL, Canada
Tel: 01 709 778-0408
Make arrangements for final transcripts
High School /Secondary Students: Final high school results must be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar from your previous institution or sealed in an envelope from your previous institution. Final results must be official.
Transfer Students: Final transcript must be sent directly to Memorial University as soon as all in-progress courses are completed. Final results must be official.
Within a short while after applying to the Marine Institute you should be receiving information from us regarding the status of your application, scholarships, etc. Please be patient; there are times when we receive many applications from all our students. Although we do everything to avoid delays, sometimes they do occur.
Depending on your country of origin and the type and length of study (generally 6 months or more), you may require a Study Permit. If you will be studying in a program of six months or less, but think you may continue your studies, you should apply for a study permit before you come to Canada. If you do not have a valid study permit and wish to continue your studies, you will have to leave in order to apply for one.
Visit the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website
View information on how to apply for a study permit.
We will be sending all communications to your new @mi.mun.ca or @mun.ca email account.
A separate application is required for on campus housing. On campus housing applications should be submitted as early as possible because our spaces fill quickly. We recommend you submit your on campus housing application when you submit your application to MI. Go to the next section of the checklist for complete information about applying for on campus housing. Find all your housing information in the next section.
Please let us know at email@example.com when you apply for housing so we can track your application.