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STUDY IN NEWFOUNDLAND
Programs of study in Newfoundland and Labrador allow you to experience Canada's easternmost province. Attending a high school, career college, community college, Christian college, university or graduate school means you'll have a distinct east coast experience, with icebergs and whales a common sight. Programs specifically for international students include English as a second language (ESL), French as a second language (FSL) and university transfer programs. The provincial capital of St. John's is a bustling port city on the eastern side of the province's 17,000 kilometre coastline. Other areas to explore for educational options include smaller cities like Corner Brook, Carbonear, Grand Falls Windsor, Marystown and Paradise. To learn more about what programs are offered, see Study in St. John's, Study in Corner Brook, Study in Carbonear, Study in Grand Falls Windsor, Study in Marystown and Study in Paradise. You won't be alone: over 1,300 international students study in Newfoundland and Labrador.
For further information on study in Newfoundland and Labrador, read through the profiles of the province's featured schools. Schools in Canada's information is organized so that you can easily browse through your options and compare different factors, including tuition costs, admission requirements, scholarships and awards for international students and more. We're your source for information on study in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Featured Universities in Newfoundland
Featured Universities in the province of Newfoundland