School of Design Learning Environment

  • Live your passion in the heart of downtown Toronto

    At the School of Design, learning takes place both inside and outside the classroom. Students interact with industry through in-class projects, field placements, paid research projects, after hours networking, lectures and conferences. Learn more about the learning experience at the School of Design.

    Students have access to state-of-the-art computer labs and facilities that include: 3D printers, motion capture suits, iPads, and Wacom tablets. The Peer Tutor Lab welcomes students who need access to computers, printers and other equipment outside of class time.

    Our creative environment features interaction zones, custom-designed furniture, and display spaces featuring current student work.

    Our postgraduate programs offer an interdisciplinary approach where students from diverse backgrounds work together in dedicated studio spaces.

    New School of Design spaces announced: The Innovation Exchange at the Waterfront Campus

    George Brown College has announced the expansion of its Waterfront Campus, to be located in the Daniels Waterfront - City of the Arts, just blocks from George Brown's Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences. The $59-million facility will house part of George Brown's School of Design, including its interdisciplinary design studio, Institute without Boundaries, as well as a new Innovation Exchange focussed on design solutions for the smart economy.