Career-focused postgraduate programs
A career-focused postgraduate program could provide you with a competitive edge in the job market. In just eight to 12 months, you can develop real-world job skills, gain hands-on industry experience and make valuable contacts in your chosen sector. George Brown College’s postgraduate programs are a great option for university graduates looking to complement theoretical learning with practical training and for working professionals looking for new opportunities in a new or related field.
What’s your area of interest?
View our full list of postgraduate programs.
A flexible, responsive learning environment
Our postgraduate students enjoy smaller classes and more personalized interactions with instructors and classmates. Some classes are even scheduled around full-time employment so students can continue to work while they learn. Many postgraduate programs offer the opportunity to earn credits toward valuable industry designations—just one more way that we maximize students’ time and respond to their needs.
Gain hands-on experience
Many programs include some form of hands-on work experience, which could include working on a project team, problem solving for an industry partner, or doing a short-term field placement. These placement help to build work related skills as well as offer opportunities to forge relationships with employers
From the classroom to the real world
Many postgraduate programs allow students to gain experience in facilities and labs modelled after real workplaces with state-of-the-art technology. These facilities include:
School of Design
The learning space is set up to mirror the real-world agency and studio environments where many of our graduates find employment..
The Chefs' House
Our student-focused learning restaurant delivers a relaxed urban dining experience to the public in the heart of downtown Toronto.
The Simulation Centre
This facility is equipped with high and low-fidelity mannequins, allowing students in Health Sciences programs to learn in simulated hospital and home settings.
This immersive simulation space enables students, faculty and industry partners to create digital 3D models of buildings and view them on a large display screen.