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Note that fees listed are for the 2018-19 academic year and will be revised for 2019-20 for all new and returning students. Please see below.
All fees are subject to change, without notice. The college International Withdrawal Policy applies; see college website for details,
* Note: some specialized programs, have higher tuition fees which will be specified on your Statement of Estimated Fees and College invoices.
Toronto has a large housing and rental market that offers numerous accommodation options for students.
George Brown College does not arrange non-homestay accommodation for students. Estimated costs for privately arranged accommodation may range from $500-$1200 per month, depending on individual living situation and location.
More information about housing options can be found at:
Most of our programs have a work integrated learning component (e.g., co-op, externship, internship, practicum, work experience, clinical placement, etc.) which varies in nature and duration depending on your specific academic program.
Fees for a work integrated learning semester range from $450 to full semester tuition fees, depending on the specific academic program and type of work integrated learning component offered.
Please check with your individual academic program area for more information.
You can pay your tuition fees by semester or for the full year. We do not have payment plans available for new students and you are required to pay a minimum of one semester's fees to accept your offer and secure your place in your program.
Fees can be paid by:
Pay your entire fee by the deadline specified on STU-VIEW or on the College INVOICE you received by mail and email.
Returning international students are required to pay an initial minimum deposit once per academic year of $4,000. This deposit will be applied towards the student's tuition and fees for their first semester of study in the academic year.
For more information please go to CIBC web site.