MUN Mentors Program - Mentee Application Fall 2018
May 14, 2018to August 31, 2018
Are you interested in getting the help of a Mentor?
Be a Mentee!
Join MUN Mentors. As part of MUN Mentors, new international students are matched with senior students already attending Memorial University.
Tea & Talk
May 22, 2018to June 19, 2018
Tea & Talk is a networking event for international students and employers. Come join us for a cup of tea (teas from different countries along with coffee and pastries will be offered at the event), while building and/or expanding your professional network.
Date: Friday June 22nd, 2018
Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: The Landing (UC-3018 – 3rd floor of the University Centre).
DELF (June 2018 DELF Examination Session)
May 25, 2018to June 07, 2018
The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures of Memorial University will be offering a DELF Tout Public examination session during the week of June 4th 2018. This examination session is open to the general public. It includes the DELF B2 Tout Public level required by the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District and Memorial University’s Faculty of Education. The exams will take place in Science 4030 Memorial University, St. John’s campus.
The DELF Centre of Memorial University will also endeavor to accommodate candidates in various locations across the province. The required 1:00 pm arrival time is for a 1:30 pm start time. Candidates cannot be admitted late.
Monday June 4th 2017 A1 Tout Public 1:00 pm (Test time is one hour and 20 minutes)
Tuesday June 5th 2017 A2 Tout Public 1:00 pm (Test time is one hour and 45 minutes)
Wednesday June 6th 2017 B1 Tout Public 1:00 pm (Test time is two hours and 30 minutes)
Thursday June 7th 2017 B2 Tout Public 1:00 pm (Test time is two hours and 40 minutes)
The oral production section of the exams will be scheduled in consultation with the candidates.
The costs of the exams are as follows: A1 and A2 $100.00 B1 and B2 $175.00.
Science Career Talk June 2018
June 06, 2018to June 06, 2018
When: Wednesday, June.6th 2018
Where: The Landing, University Centre (UC-3018)
Science alumni who are working in the industry will speak to science students and graduates about what career path they have pursued and how they navigated their job search with a science background. Since many jobs are not publicly advertised, networking often plays a major role in how students and graduates find careers that fit their interests and values.
Space is limited. Register early.
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