Full Degree Undergraduate Admission Information
International applicants interested in undertaking a full undergraduate business degree must follow the same procedures as all other applicants and abide by the same application deadlines.
Step 1: Choose a business program
There are three undergraduate business degrees to choose from:
- Bachelor of business administration (BBA)
- Bachelor of commerce (co-operative) (B.Comm. (Co-op))
- International bachelor of business administration (iBBA)
All three degrees are AACSB accredited and have unique features, such as a global focus or work experience.
Step 2: Understand international admission requirements
As English is the primary language of instruction at Memorial University, all applicants are required to provide proof of English proficiency to meet general admission requirements of the university. English proficiency requirements may be found in the University Calendar.
For more information on general admission to the university, including fees and finances, click here.
Questions about international student admissions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Apply to Memorial University
International students must submit an application to Memorial University. Follow the three-step process located on the Office of the Registrar’s website to submit your application.
You may indicate your preferred business degree option on the online form.
You may need to complete additional courses during your first year at Memorial before being accepted or promoted into your preferred program. To understand the requirements, please refer to the admissions for each program:
- Bachelor of business administration
- Bachelor of commerce (co-operative)
- International bachelor of business administration
Applicants should be mindful of application deadlines for the semester in which they are applying for admission. If students are transferring from another post-secondary institution, it is important that they apply with adequate time for receipt of documents and evaluation of transfer credits.