Tuition Fees and Related Costs

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    Application Fee$95
    Base Tuition Fee$2,688  
    Incidental Fees (Materials, Student Association etc.)$192.35  
    Health Insurance$73.22 (per 8 week session)  
    Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,500  
    One time fees for first session (Student ID, Alumni)$39.75 (one time, 1st session)
    Books and Supplies (estimated per session)$80  


    Diploma/Certificate/Post-graduate Programs

    Application Fee$95
    Base Tuition Fee*$13,520 for 2 semesters
    $20,280 for 3 semesters 
    Fee for co-op work term, if applicable$450 for 1 semester
    Incidental Fees (student ID, student association membership, etc.)$1,500
    Mandatory Health Insurance$570.82 for one year coverage (Sep-Aug)
    $388.28 for 8 months coverage (Jan-Aug)
    $204.64 for 4 months coverage (May-Aug)
    Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,500
    Books and Supplies (estimated per year)$1,000-$1,200

    * Some specialized programs have higher tuition fees which will be specified on official college invoices. Click here for a list.


    Degree Programs

    Application Fee$95
    Base Tuition Fee$16,500 for 2 semesters
    Fee for co-op work term, if applicable$450  
    Incidental Fees (student ID, student association membership, etc)$1,500  
    Mandatory Health Insurance$570.82 for one year coverage (Sept-August)
    $388.28 for 8 months coverage (Jan-August)
    $204.64 for 4 months coverage (May-August)
    Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,500  
    Books and Supplies (estimated per year, post-secondary programs)$1,000-$1,200  

     


    Living Costs

    Homestay Fees

    Please be advised that these fees will increase effective June 1, 2017.


    Homestay Placement Fee$165
    Airport Reception Fee (one way), by request only$85
    Accommodation Fee for 4 weeks (2 meals, breakfast & dinner)$725
    Accommodation Fee for 4 weeks (3 meals, breakfast, lunch & dinner)$775
    Extra cost for Internet Access (4 weeks)$50

    Please be advised that these fees will increase effective June 1, 2017.

    Other accommodation options

    Toronto has a large housing and rental market that offers numerous accommodation options for students.

    George Brown College does not arrange non-homestay accommodation for students. Estimated costs for privately arranged accommodation may range from $500-$1200 per month, depending on individual living situation and location.

    More information about housing options can be found at: http://www.georgebrown.ca/current_students/housing/



     


    Payment Options

    Payment Schedule

    You can pay your tuition fees by semester or for the full year. We do not have payment plans available and you are required to pay a minimum of one semester’s fees.

    Payment Methods

    Fees can be paid by

    • Credit card (MasterCard, VISA or AMEX)
    • Certified cheque
    • Money order / bank draft
    • Electronic bank transfer

    Personal cheques are not accepted. Fees should be made payable to: George Brown College.

    By Credit Card

    Login to your account at applynow.georgebrown.ca to make the required fee payment by the deadline and accept your offer to confirm your seat. 

    By Bank Transfer

    This option is only available from outside Canada

    Bank NameThe Bank of Nova Scotia
    Bank Address44 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Account HolderGeorge Brown College
    Account Number91132-04176-10
    Transit Number47696-002
    SWIFT CodeNOSCCATT
    Routing Number026002532

    Sufficient fees must be added to cover the bank charges. The sending bank may also levy a service fee. Student Name & ID should be written on the bank transfer application. A copy of the receipt from the sending bank should be sent to us, as proof of payment.

    Bank transfer recognition may take up to 4 weeks.