Fees/Related Costs

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English for Academic Purposes

Application Fee$65
Base Tuition Fee$2,688
Incidental Fees (Materials, Student Association etc.)$150
Health Insurance$124.90 (per 8 week session)
Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,350
One time fees for first session (Student ID, Alumni)$39 (one time, 1st session)
Books and Supplies (estimated per session)$80

Diploma/Certificate/Post-graduate Programs

Application Fee$65
Base Tuition Fee (per 2 semesters)$12,880*
Incidental Fees (student ID, student association membership, etc.)$1,000
Mandatory Health Insurance$642.02 for one year coverage (Sep-Aug)
$466.25 for 8 months coverage (Jan-Aug)
$253.91 for 4 months coverage (May-Aug)
Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,350
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.

Degree Programs

Application Fee$65
Base Tuition Fee (per 2 semesters)*$15,600*
Incidental Fees (student ID, student association membership, etc)$1,000
Mandatory Health Insurance$642.02 for one year coverage (Sept-August)
$466.25 for 8 months coverage (Jan-August)
$253.91 for 4 months coverage (May-August)
Public Transportation (per year), estimated$1,350
Books and Supplies (estimated per year, post-secondary programs)$1,000-$1,200

* Some specialized programs have higher tuition fees which will be specified on official College invoices.

Living Costs

Homestay Fees

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

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 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

This option is only available after you have confirmed your attendance

  1. Go to STU-VIEW
  2. Click on ‘LOGIN’ and log in using the Student ID and new password you created. If you have not created a new password yet, please review the instructions in the New Student Guide and create one BEFORE attempting to pay your fees.
  3. Click on ‘Registration Services’; then ‘Registration’
  4. Click on ‘View/Pay Fees’; Choose ‘Fee Payment Options’
  5. Select a Term <Fall 2013>; Click ‘Submit’.
  6. Make payment ONLINE with a valid credit card.
  7. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Enter Credit Card information. Enter Payment Amount as noted in <Fall Term Fees>. Click ‘Submit Payment’.
  8. IMPORTANT! Print a copy of the page as your Proof of Payment. Done!

If you face any difficulty, call our Contact Centre: 416-415-2000; Toll-free: 1-800-265-2002 (in Canada and the United States); TTY: 1-877-515-5559.

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.

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