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Best-in-class education and a whole lot of fresh air.

Newfoundland and Labrador has a first-rate educational system. Our curricular paths immerse students in life-long learning, instilling the next generations with the confidence, tools, and information they need to reach their highest potential.

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Kindergarten to Grade 12

Our provincial school system is second to none. Students are first enrolled in the year when they turn 5, and from day one, you can rest assured they’ll have all the support, safety, and crayons a kid could ever need.

With a number of options from kindergarten and beyond, you can easily find what works for your family. From Home schooling to Private or Public schools, with options in English, French Immersion, and French first-language, you can be confident your children are receiving an education to empower their future.

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Post-Secondary Education

An affordable cost of living, and an uncompromised world-class education: Newfoundland and Labrador is an ideal place for dedicated students to pursue their post-secondary education. And the natural, majestic wonders combined with the unique, vibrant culture of our province make for the perfect ‘campus’.

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to more than 20,000 students from over 115 countries. With a diverse choice of what to study (and where), our students are learning, researching, creating, and engaging across campuses throughout the province. Our capital city, St. John's, is home to a full range of academic programs and learning facilities in a modern, urban setting.

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World-Class Institutions

Memorial University, the largest university in Atlantic Canada, offers over one hundred degree programs in a comprehensive array of fields, with campuses in St. John's and Corner Brook, and a presence in Labrador through the Labrador Institute. College of the North Atlantic, one of the largest post-secondary educational and skills training centres in Atlantic Canada, offers world-class programming in a variety of fields where students benefit from blended learning and hands-on experience to seamlessly transition to the workforce. Marine Institute, one of the world’s leading centres of marine education, applied research, and industry collaboration, offers over 20 programs, from technical certificates to master’s degrees.

Our province also has a number of registered Private Training Institutions, offering a broad range of vocational certificate and diploma programs.

Outside of the classroom, there are endless opportunities to learn about the world. Or even about yourself.