Entry Advising is a free George Brown College service that matches your academic skills, educational background and career goals with options from the college's certificate, diploma, and degree programs.
What services are available?
Our Entry Advisors provide one-on-one advising sessions (in-person, by phone, or by email) as well as group sessions (information session or workshop) to help you navigate educational programs and pathways, providing information on and/or referrals to:
- Preparatory programs and upgrading for college
- Programs and services for internationally educated immigrants, including credential evaluation
- English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English as a Second Language (ESL) and IELTS
- Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)
- Second Career
- Other college departments and community agencies
Read answers to our Entry Advising Frequently Asked Questions.
Which workshop or information session is suitable for me?
For newcomers looking for information about alternative careers.
For people trying to determine which career is right for them.
Provides details about how to apply for a college program.
For people who have recently arrived in Canada and would like to learn about the post-secondary education system and pathways.
For Ontarians who’ve been laid off and would like to learn about a government-assisted program to retrain you in another field.
For adult learners 19 years of age or older who are not sure how to decide on their post-secondary path.
To meet one-on-one with an advisor or to register for a free workshop or information session, please contact Entry Advising by phone at (416) 415-5000 ext. 2949 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .