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A unique opportunity for unique learners

As the first dual admission MBA pathway of its kind in Canada or Ontario, this partnership will provide increased access, multiple pathways for lifelong learning, and flexibility for students and alumni while enabling professionals to upskill for a changing economy. 

The seamless dual admission process is also unique, granting students a single point of entry to both institutions. Those accepted to qualifying GBC programs who maintain the necessary GPA requirements will automatically be accepted to the MBA program, enabling them to earn a second credential at UCW. By streamlining institutional processes and eliminating duplication of application fees, GBC and UCW are removing barriers for students in their pursuit of lifelong learning and creating a new pathway to graduate studies. 

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Program details

The pathway to MBA completion will vary depending on the student’s educational history and work experience.

  • A typical path to completion could be up to 24 months for GBC degree students and 12 months for GBC postgraduate students.
  • The opportunity to participate in UCW’s MBA program will also be available to alumni, creating a new accessible pathway for GBC graduates.
  • For alumni, the pathway to UCW and time to completion will be contingent on their previous education and work experience.
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High-achieving students should always have the opportunity to reach higher and continue their education. UCW is proud to provide a path for George Brown’s brightest students to join our MBA program. - Sheldon Levy, President and Vice-Chancellor, University Canada West

George Brown College is committed to developing high-impact partnerships and pathways that support the professional and lifelong learning goals of our students and alumni, as well as the talent demands of the labour market. We are thrilled to partner with UCW to facilitate greater flexibility in credential attainment, student mobility and continuous learning pathways. - Dr. Gervan Fearon, President, George Brown College