Collecting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is a collaborative effort between Ontario's 24 colleges of applied arts and technology and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Five KPI areas are being studied: (1) graduate employment, (2) graduate satisfaction, (3) employer satisfaction, (4) student satisfaction, (5) graduation rate. Results from the first three KPI (graduate employment, graduate satisfaction, employer satisfaction) are used as the basis for performance funding from the province.
George Brown College’s performance 2016
Student Satisfaction KPI: 72.3%
Graduate Satisfaction KPI: 81.0%
Graduate Employment KPI: 85.0%
Employer Satisfaction KPI: 88.6%
Graduation Rate KPI: 67.6%
Additional information may be obtained as follows:
For general information and OSL Default Rates, visit the Ministry's Ontario Student Awards Program (OSAP)web site.
College Graduate Employment Profile: A Summary of the Employment Experience of College Graduates Six Months After Graduation or en français: Situation professionnelle - Sommaire de la situation sur le plan de l'emploi des personnes diplômées des collèges six mois après l’obtention d’un diplôme.