Scholarships

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  • Scholarships for international students at George Brown College are generally in-program awards based on students’ academic performance (and other criteria) at George Brown College after the beginning of the academic program.
    Please note the following:

    • Only successful applicants will be notified
    • Successful scholarship recipients are not eligible to apply again for a second scholarship or bursary
    • All award recipients require a valid Canadian Social Insurance Number (SIN). Awards are considered part of a student’s taxable income for the year.  The College will issue T4A forms to all recipients in the spring of the year following the year in which the award was issued
    • Awards are provided for returning students based on the eligibility requirements as outlined below.


  • George Brown College Funded Scholarships

    Diploma/Degree Scholarships

     

    Thirty-one scholarships to be awarded to eligible returning students in full-time post-secondary programs (diploma or degree) as follows: 

    • Fall competition- 14 worth $5,000 and 17 worth $1,000
    • Winter competition- 6 worth $5,000 and 9 worth $1,000

    Application deadlines:

    • For Fall competition: Deadline is September 30th  (recipients will be notified by October 31st)
    • For Winter competition: Deadline is January 22nd (recipients will be notified by February 28th)

    To qualify an applicant must:

    • be an international student with a valid Study Permit
    • be registered in a full-time 2, 3 or 4-year diploma or degree program
    • have completed at least two consecutive semesters of study with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 prior to current semester
    • have participated in activities that have made a contribution to other students, their academic department and/or the College community in general
    • has not previously been awarded a scholarship through the George Brown College International Centre

    To Apply

    Please apply online for International Centre scholarships through STU-VIEW and be enrolled full-time in a program as an International Student. Here is the following link: http://stuview.georgebrown.ca/

     

    Award Decision 

    Successful scholarship award recipients will be selected by a committee established by the College; the committee will have representation from academic divisions.  The decision of the committee is final and cannot be appealed. Only the recipients of the scholarships will be notified by email.

     

    If you have any questions about individual awards or the application process, please contact us at awards@georgebrown.ca.

    If you are interested in helping us expand our awards program please contact the George Brown College Foundation.

    Certificate Scholarships

     

    The award is available to eligible returning students in full-time post-secondary Certificate or Post Graduate Certificate program (2 or 3 semesters) as follows:

    Scholarships of $2,000:

    • 12 awards for January start
    • 7 awards for May start
    • 15 awards for September start

    To Apply

    The following criteria must be met by the applicant: 

     

    • Student must be an international student
    • Minimum GPA of 3.5  
    • The student must be actively involved in the Community (college and/or external)  

     

     

    Application deadlines

    • For January start: Deadline is May 31st (recipients will be notified by June 30th)
    • For May start: Deadline is September 30th (recipients will be notified by October 31st)
    • For September start: Deadline is January 22nd (recipients will be notified by February 28th


     How To Apply

    Please apply online for International Centre Scholarships through STU-VIEW and be enrolled full-time in a program as an International Student. Here is the following link: http://stuview.georgebrown.ca/ 

     

     

    Award Decision  

    Successful scholarship award recipients will be selected by a committee established by the College; the committee will have representation from academic divisions.  The decision of the committee is final and cannot be appealed. Only successful candidates will be notified by email.

     

    If you have any questions about individual awards or the application process, please contact us at awards@georgebrown.ca.

    EAP Scholarships

     

    There are eighteen scholarships available for eligible returning ESL students as follows:

    • Scholarships of $1,000: 6 Awards (August Competition)
    • Scholarships of $1,000: 6 Awards (November Competition)
    • Scholarships of $1,000: 6 Awards (February Competition)

    To qualify an applicant must:

    • be a registered full-time international English for Academic Purposes Program student
    • have completed at least two consecutive English for Academic Purposes Program levels with a grade A average
    • have participated in activities that have made a contribution to other students, their academic department and/or the College community in general
    • has not previously been awarded a scholarship through the George Brown College International Centre

    Required Supporting Documentation    

    • A cover letter briefly outlining the contributions you have made to other students, your department/School and/or the College community in general (include the start date/ end date of the activity; name of the organization; number of hours per week; and some specific details about the activity).
    • Attach a letter in support of your application from a George Brown College staff member.

    Application deadlines:    

    • August Competition: September 1st (recipients will be notified by September 30th)
    • November Competition: October 31st (recipients will be notified by November 30th)
    • February Competition: February 28th  (recipients will be notified by March 15th)
    How will the award decision be made?
     
    Successful scholarship award recipients will be selected by a committee established by the College; the committee will have representation from academic divisions.  The decision of the committee is final and cannot be appealed. Only the recipients of the scholarships will be notified. 
    If you have any questions, please contact Dorothy Van Grootheest  at dvangroo@georgebrown.ca or 416-415-5000 x6699.


    Please complete the application form


    Externally Funded Scholarships

    Kimokran (Toronto) Scholarship

     

    The Kimokran scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship awarded to an international student based on academic performance and community involvement. To qualify an applicant must:

    • be an international student with a valid Study Permit 
    • be registered in a full-time diploma or degree program 
    • have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 in at least two full semesters of consecutive study have participated in activities that have made a contribution to other students, their Department/School and/or the College community  

    To Apply

    Please apply online for International Centre Scholarships through STU-VIEW and be enrolled full-time in a program as an International Student. Here is the following link: http://stuview.georgebrown.ca/

    Application Deadline

    January 22 (Recipient will be notified by February 28th)   

    Assist-On Scholarship

     

    Assist-On Scholarship (2 awards worth $500 each)

    Awarded to an international student based on academic performance and community involvement. The student must be in a Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate program.

     The following criteria must be met by the applicant:   

    • Student must be an international student
    • Minimum GPA of 3.3
    • The student must be actively involved in the Community (college and/or external)
    To Apply  

    Please apply online for International Centre Scholarships through STU-VIEW and be enrolled full-time in a program as an International Student. Please visit the following link: http://stuview.georgebrown.ca/

     Application Deadline 

    January 22 (Recipient will be notified by February 28)  

    Woori Education Scholarship

     

    The Woori Education Scholarship is one scholarship awarded to an international student based on academic performance and community involvement. To qualify an applicant must:

    • be an international student with a valid Study Permit
    • be registered in a full-time diploma or degree program
    • have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 in at least two full semesters of consecutive study
    • have participated in activities that have made a contribution to other students, their Department/School and/or the College community

    To Apply

    Please apply online for International Centre Scholarships through STU-VIEW and be enrolled full-time in a program as an International Student. Here is the following link: http://stuview.georgebrown.ca/

     Award Decision 

    Successful scholarship award recipients will be selected by a committee established by the College. The decision of the committee is final and cannot be appealed. Only successful candidates will be notified by email.

    Application Deadline   

    January 22 (Recipient will be notified by February 28)

     If you have any questions about individual awards or the application process, please contact us at awards@georgebrown.ca.  

    If you are interested in helping us expand our awards program please contact the George Brown College Foundation. 


    Scholarships, awards, and bursaries listed are subject to change without prior notice, and are subject to conditions as may be set down by the college and/ or the donor of the award. 

    Note: Awards are not sufficient to cover full living/studying costs and they are non-refundable