Founded in 1967

George Brown College

About the Institute

  • 26000

  • 4000

    International Students
  • O19283850612

    CRICOS Code

George Brown College

Toronto's George Brown College has established a reputation for equipping students with the skills, industry experience and credentials to pursue the careers of their choice. The college offers programs from its three campuses located across the downtown core, including its newest location at the Toronto waterfront, which opened in September 2012. George Brown offers 142 full-time programs and 193 continuing education certificates/designations across a wide variety of professions to a student body of over 25,800 (full-time enrolment) students, including over 3,500 international students; and over 62,800 continuing education registrants. Students can earn certificates, diplomas, postgraduate certificates, apprenticeships and degrees.


On-campus Based on university info

Campus name Number of weeks Min residence fee Max residence fee
George Brown College at Ryerson University 12 months $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD
St. James Campus 12 months $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD
Casa Loma Campus 12 months $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD
Waterfront Campus 48 $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD
Ryerson University campus 12 months $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD
Art and Design Foundation 12 months $5,050 CAD $12,800 CAD

Off-campus Based on univly research


Shared house

$7,332 CAD


Shared house

$11,004 CAD


Entire house

$22,008 CAD

your annual rent (Off-campus) in Toronto


As part of the Green Team’s efforts to reduce the College’s transportation carbon footprint, we want to actively support energy efficient modes of transportation such as public transit, bicycle commuting, walking, and carpooling.

George Brown College average tuition

$17,638 CAD




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