Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN; www.mun.ca) is a multi-disciplinary, public, teaching/research university in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. MUN is one of Atlantic Canada’s largest universities, offering over 100 degree programs to around 18,500 undergraduate and graduate students across four campuses. A full list of MUN’s graduate programs can be found here: www.mun.ca/become/graduate/programs.
MUN is a partner of Vietnam International Education Development (VIED) under Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training (MOET). MUN’s agreement with VIED supports the cooperation between Canada and Vietnam by providing funding support and training to Vietnamese graduate students as they pursue graduate studies at MUN.
1. General information
VIED Fellows admitted as a full-time doctoral student at MUN will be awarded a CDN$5,000 fellowship each year for four years. The fellowship may be used to cover graduate tuition and ancillary fees associated with study at MUN. MUN may further provide, but cannot guarantee, graduate assistantships for some doctoral students. VIED fellows are required to purchase health and dental insurance at MUN in accordance with MUN’s normal policies and procedures.
VIED Fellows must be Vietnamese citizens and eligible for VIED funding. VIED Fellows must meet MUN’s normal admission requirements and, for doctoral programs, must have a faculty supervisor at MUN. For information on how to find supervisors, please visit this website: www.mun.ca/become/graduate/research/supervisor.php . Admission requirements are noted on the individual programs pages: www.mun.ca/become/graduate/programs. MUN may consider conditional admission for a VIED Fellows on a case-by-case basis.
4. Application to Memorial University
For more information:Mr. Andrew Kim
Director, Graduate Enrolment Services
Memorial University of Newfoundland