George Brown College is one of Ontario’s largest community colleges, accredited by the government since 1967. George Brown has been ranked the top research college in Canada for 2017.Research Info source, a leading source of research and development intelligence in Canada, released the annual ranking on November 2, which coincides with the 10th anniversary of the Office of Research and Innovation.This is the second time they’ve earned the top spot in the past three years – George Brown was ranked #1 in 2015, as well.
“We’re proud to contribute to Canadian prosperity by partnering with industry and community organizations on applied research which enhances our partners’ competitiveness, efficacy and sustainability, while providing our talented students with problem-solving experience in real world contexts,” says Dawn Davidson, George Brown’s Associate Vice-President of Research and Innovation.
The school offers over 145 highly practical training programs. George Brown is an accredited institution offering bachelor’s degrees in six disciplines and a variety of short-term certificate programs, bachelor’s degrees and graduate certificates.
George Brown currently has more than 29,205 students enrolled in full-time programs, including more than 17% students International students. George Brown College has international students from 115 countries, with top enrolment coming from China, India, South Korea, Vietnam, Rusia, Brazil, Ukraine and Japan
+ Beginning English courses: January, March, June, September, October.
+ Primary courses: January, May and September
Programs and Courses:
English ELP: students who do not have enough English for the main course can register for courses at 8 levels (8 weeks per level).
College program (transfer to university):
+ IELTS 6.0 (no subject under 5.0), TOEFL iBt> 80
+ TOEFL iBT> 84 or IELTS: 6.5 (none under 6.0)
Post – graduate program:
+ University degree
+ TOEFL iBT> 88 or IELTS: 6.5 (none under 6.0)
Tuition and other expenses:
Application Fee: CAD 95 (Non-Refundable)