Consult the full-time program guides below to learn which George Brown College programs are still accepting students for the upcoming academic years.
FULL-TIME PROGRAM GUIDE:
Full-Time Program Search Criteria Definitions:
Apprenticeship - An apprenticeship is a form of job training that enables you to learn by doing. As an apprentice you work under the supervision of a person skilled in the job you wish to learn. That individual teaches you how to do the work. As part of all apprenticeships, there is an in-school educational component.
Co-op - Scheduled periods of employment in related industries within the academic year give co-op students an edge and help them to relate in-school training with real work experience. These placements are typically paid positions and are usually a requirement for graduation.
Distance – George Brown College has students from all over the world studying with us online through distance education.
Certificate – Certificate programs require the completion of 2 semesters (1 year) of study.
Degree – Bachelor’s Degree is a 8 semesters (4 years) program of study.
Diploma - Regular diploma programs require the completion of at least 4 semesters (2 years) of study. An advanced diploma is granted after 6 semesters (3 years) of study.
Full-Time – Full-time student has taking 60% or more of a full course load. The average program has 5 to 6 courses per semester, which would be between 15-20 hours per week. At George Brown College, full-time programs are offered during the day and lead to certificates, diplomas or degrees.
Postgraduate – Building on knowledge and experience gained through previous postsecondary study, postgraduate certificates require a university degree or diploma for admission.