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Here are a few of the many services that The International Centre offers our students.
A proof of enrolment, or certification, letter provides proof that you are a registered George Brown student. A proof of enrolment letter is required for a variety of application processes. Requesting a proof of enrolment letter is simple:
George Brown can provide students with official academic transcripts for applications, official documentation or other purposes. Transcript requests must be submitted in writing. Please find more information about requesting a transcript on the George Brown transcript webpage.
Health insurance for international students is managed by the George Brown College Student Association. You can find more information about the International Health Insurance Plan
For more information on other services and events offered by the Student Association, visit the Student Association website.
There are a number of ways to improve your English and/or get help with your studies:
Many students occasionally face difficult challenges, either in school or in their personal lives. George Brown College’s professional counsellors
are able to provide free, confidential help for both academic and non-academic issues.
To book an appointment with a counsellor drop by one of the counselling offices or email email@example.com.
The Career Centre offers a variety of services designed to help you achieve your career goals. These include workshops, an online job board and individual consultations with an advisor. You can learn more about these services on the Career Centre webpage.
George Brown Athletics offers fitness centres, fitness classes as well as George Brown College intramural sports teams.
A friend or family member may want to visit you during your stay in Canada. In most cases, the friend or relative will be required to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) in order to enter Canada. Follow these steps when you want to invite someone to visit: