Official transcripts can be sent via ontariocolleges.ca. The documents will be then forwarded to George Brown College. Please note that it can take up to two weeks for documents to reach the college and another two to three weeks to be processed.
Most private college courses and/ or credentials are NOT acceptable as admission requirements for George Brown programs. Please contact the admissions office at email@example.com to verify for your particular program of interest.
Credentials that are earned outside of Canada must be evaluated. The Admissions Office will accept evaluations from the International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS), World Education Services (WES) or Comparative Education Service (CES) at the University of Toronto (for certain program only). For most programs we recommend a Comprehensive Assessment Report.
Postgraduate programs require a diploma or a degree (please check specific program details for exact requirements). We will not accept high school credits/ Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) for postgraduate programs.
1. For equal consideration for a Fall intake, the deadline date is February 1. 2. After the equal consideration deadlines, applications will still be accepted on a first come first serve basis, depending upon the availability of the program. 3. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to ensure the application is complete and a final decision can be made. Some applicants may be required to take an admissions assessment (test) or other special requirements (e.g. interview, audition), depending on the program.
George Brown does not defer admissions decisions, but if you wish to switch your application to a different intake,
Log on to ontariocolleges.ca to accept your offer. This acceptance will be downloaded to George Brown College the next business day.
Yes. Protected Persons, Refugee Claimants, or Convention Refugees are required to obtain a study permit for engaging in education or training that is more than 6 months in duration. Students must have a valid study permit in order to begin studying at George Brown College, if the program is more than 6 months and/or their intention is to study longer than 6 months. Details can be found by visiting Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. After receiving an offer of admission, you must apply for a study permit. Please note that Study Permits are not issued inside Canada. You must apply online or at the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. Official information on requirements can be obtained from an IRCC (formerly CIC) office in Canada, a Canadian Embassy or Consulate overseas and/or the IRCC (formerly CIC) website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index.asp