George Brown College opened in 1968, welcoming more than 2,000 students enrolled in courses such as construction, pre-school education, dental and culinary arts. Beside those general course – George Brown has also provided special courses such as sign writing, watchmaking and especially preparing students for careers at sea through a marine engineering program.
The number of students has grown to nearly 30,000 at present. Students from the Greater Toronto, other states and other countries come to George Brown to develop their skills and gain the practical experience necessary for their job.
Since 2004, under the leadership of President Anne Sado, George Brown has doubled in size, expanded its international partnership and strengthened its commitment to cultural, economic and social fabric of Toronto.
|Centre for Arts, Design and Information Technology||Health Sciences|
|Fashion Studies||Health & Wellness|
|Media and Performing Arts||Health Services Management|
|Business||Hospitality & Culinary Arts|
|Accounting & Finance||Chef School|
|Human Resources||Hospitality & Tourism Management|
|Management||Preparatory & Liberal Studies|
|Marketing||English as a Second Language|
|Community Services & Early Childhood||Immigrant and Transitional Education|
|Deaf & Deafblind Studies||Liberal Arts & Sciences|
|Early Childhood||Work & College Preparation|
|Social & Community Services|
|Construction & Engineering Technologies|
|Angelo DelZotto School of Construction Management|
|Apprenticeship and Skilled Trades|
|Mechanical Engineering Technologies|
|Programs||Tuition fees ($CA)|
|English for Academic Purposes (ESL)||$2,688|
|Diploma/Certificate/Post-graduate Programs||$13,520 afor 2 semesters|
$20,280 afor 3 semesters
|Degree Programs||$16,500 afor 2 semesters|