George Brown College - St. James Campus

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George Brown College - St. James Campus

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University Overview

Established in the year 1968, George Brown College has three campuses, St. James, Casa Loma and Waterfront located in one of the most important economic hubs of North America, Toronto.

Fostering an environment of a cross-culture, yet a close-knit community ensures that all the 4000+ international students hailing from 70 different countries, in the pool of the 28,000+ students enrolled in their 150+ full-time courses feel at home and not alienated.

Based in downtown Toronto, the location provides you access to the top employers for amazing job opportunities post the completion of your course. The highly trained and educated staff makes sure to give the students a perfect balance of theory and practical so that the students are market and job ready post their education. Around ninety-five per cent of their programs offer field education either in the way of co-ops, industrial visits or internships.

In the year 2017, George Brown College was named as a gold recipient of CICAN’s Internationalization Excellence Award, speaking volumes of the education standards this institute holds.

CAD 12000

Living Cost

CAD 14000-18000

Undergraduate

CAD 15000-23500

Graduate

University Facts

Established in 1967

Programmes 93 Available

Total Students 32117+

Total Int. Students 4900+

Admission Requirement

The following requirements must be fulfilled to get admitted to George Brown College

  • International students are considered on case-by-case basis. There can be some additional requirements, depending on the program you are applying to.
  • Students are required to submit their original transcripts from their last attended academic institutions. If they are not in English, then submit the translated copies of the same along with the originals.
  • Should provide the certificate issued by the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) that compares educational credentials from other countries to educational standards in Canada.
  • Applicants must be 18 years old at the time of the beginning of the course.
  • You need to submit your English language proficiency test scores if you are coming from a non-English speaking country.

Please note: If you are not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, you must obtain a valid study permit before you come to Canada.

Minimum IELTS Score

6+

Undergraduate

6.5+

Graduate

Minimum TOEFL Score

80+

Undergraduate

88+

Graduate

Minimum PTE Score

54+

Undergraduate

60+

Graduate

All Programs(93)

Tuition Fee

The values given below are estimated figures, excluding extra charges like material fee, student activity fees, athletic fees, health care, etc., for courses. To know more, please visit the Programs page.

Approximate Tuition Fee Per Year

14000 - 18000 Per year

Undergraduate(CAD)

15000 - 23500 Per year

Graduate(CAD)

CAD20228Tuition Fee

CAD12000Living Cost

Comparison with other universities of similar tier

Features

  • Academic Counseling
  • Accomodation (On Campus)
  • Campus Security
  • Campus Shuttle
  • Career Support
  • Co-op Program
  • Financial Assistance
  • Food & Dining Sevices
  • Health Insurance
  • Internet Services
  • Internship & on-the-job training
  • IT Services Helpdesk
  • Library Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Orientation for new students
  • Parking and Transit
  • Peer Mentorship
  • Recruitment Services
  • Scholarships and Awards
  • Social and Cultural Events
  • Sports & Recreation Facilities
  • Student Club and Socities
  • Student Leaderships
  • Student Unions and Associations
  • Study & Work Permit
  • Work While Studying
  • Student Learning Centre
  • University Transfer Options
  • Women Safety and Resources Centre
  • International Student Life Centre
  • Academic/Career Portals

Students

George Brown College has some really great services for the students and thus helps them in adjusting well and fostering relationships with other students. Mentioned below are a few of these student services:

  • Sports and Recreation Facilities 
  • Mental Health and Wellness Facilities
  •  Aboriginal Student Services 
  • Orientation for new students
  • Open Houses and Campus Tours
  • Peer to Peer Counseling
  • Inclusive post-secondary education
  • Accessibility Services
  • Student Clubs and Societies
  • International Student Support Services

Scholarships

Scholarships for international students at George Brown College are generally in-program awards based on students’ academic performance (and other criteria) at George Brown College after the beginning of the academic program.

  • Only successful applicants will be notified
  • Successful scholarship recipients are not eligible to apply again for a second scholarship or bursary
  • All award recipients require a valid Canadian Social Insurance Number (SIN). Awards are considered part of a student’s taxable income for the year. The College will issue T4A forms to all recipients in the spring of the year following the year in which the award was issued
  • Awards are provided for returning students based on the eligibility requirements as outlined below.

George Brown College Funded Scholarships

  • Diploma/Degree Scholarships
  • Showcertificate Scholarships
  • Showenglish For Academic Purposes (Eap)

Externally Funded Scholarships

  • Showkimokran (Toronto) Scholarship
  • Showassist-On Scholarship
  • Showwoori Education Scholarship

Map and Location

200 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A 3W8, Canada
https://www.georgebrown.ca/

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