Requirements By Country Of Origin
Send only the documents that are necessary to support your application; please do not send any additional documents. The educational institution or a notary should certify copies of originals as “true copies” for the majority of nations.
Applicants who are under 18 must also submit custodianship documents.
If there are any concerns about the legitimacy or legibility of documents submitted electronically, George Brown College admissions officers reserve the right to request the originals.
Admission Through GBC’s EAP Program
George Brown’s EAP (English for Academic Purposes) program may grant conditional admission to a post-secondary program to applicants from eligible nations who do not meet the university’s English language requirements.
How do I get my admissions test result?
It takes approximately 5 business days to release admissions test results. Please send an email to your admissions officer five business days after taking the exam. Your Test Letter and Letter of Acceptance both contain your Admissions Officers’ contact information.
How long do I have to wait for my admissions test result?
It takes approximately 5 business days to release admissions test results.
What is the difference between the admissions test and the placement test?
To find out if you meet the requirements for admission to the college, admissions tests are used.
After you accept an admission offer, you must take placement tests in English and/or math. Placement tests determine whether you are prepared to enroll in English and/or math credit courses at the college level in the first semester or whether you need to take a foundation-level course first to advance your skills. Learn more from the Assessment Center regarding programs that demand placement testing in English and/or Math.
Note: Your Admissions Assessment results will also be used as placement results if you previously took one (as part of the college application process).
How long is the processing time once I submit an application through the Online Application System (OAS)?
We are unable to provide precise processing times because of the large number of applications we have received. Please be aware that we won’t be considering applications or making offers until 6-7 months before the beginning of a chosen term.
The processing period begins when we start reviewing applications, not when we invite applications. The current application processing time is approximately 3-4 weeks.
All applicants who fulfill the minimal general and program-specific requirements are welcome, but we are unable to admit everyone. Please be aware that programs may end early if there is no longer room for enrollment after the program’s international enrollment cap has been reached. Application submission does not ensure acceptance into a program.
The program I am interested in is closed, is there anything I can do?
Sadly, programs may end early if international enrollment is already at capacity and there are no open spots. You can inquire about other available programs with the International Centre or your admissions officer, or you might have to wait to apply for a future intake.
Protected Persons, Refugee Claimants, or Convention Refugees
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: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/immigration-citizenship.html
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What GPA do you need to get into George Brown College?
Students at George Brown College must have a minimum GPA of 2. 8 to qualify for admission to a graduate program Start preparing for the IELTS now to enter George Brown College
Is George Brown a good college?
The college moves up to the top 100 colleges in Canada and is ranked 82 in Webometrics Ranking 2022. There are three locations in downtown Toronto where George Brown College campuses can be found: Casa Loma Campus, St James Campus, and Waterfront Campus.
What is the acceptance rate for George Brown College?
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How long does it take to get accepted into George Brown College?
Documents can take up to two weeks to arrive at George Brown College. Please keep checking Stu-view for changes to your status. When George Brown receives your paperwork, it will review it and update your application. This may take another two to three weeks.