This program is available to domestic applicants only.
- 4-year Bachelor of Science degree AND demonstrated, relevant work experience. A 4-year degree in Engineering or Kinesiology will be considered.
- Courses in anatomy, biomechanics and gait, human physiology and pathology, and rehabilitation sciences are preferred
- Transcripts for all post-secondary academic work (in progress or complete) must be submitted
- Departmental review which will include:
- Written entrance exam
- Submission of two reference letters
- Program-specific admissions assessment via video interview, designed to allow applicants to demonstrate their aptitude for developing the necessary applied and interpersonal skills essential to holistic clinical care*.
- For more information please visit the Clinical Methods in Orthotics & Prosthetic page
Please note: Only eligible applicants who meet the academic requirements will complete a written entrance exam. The top ranked applicants are then invited to submit two reference letters and attend the next stage of the admissions process.
*Video interview results are only applicable for one academic cycle. Applicants who reapply must take the interview again, regardless of their previous result.
This program is highly competitive and space is limited.
The eight top ranked applicants may be offered one of the Toronto-based program placements available. Beginning in September 2020, two additional applicants, in order of admissions ranking, may be considered for clinical spots at our Manitoba partners (the Manitoba Orthotics and Prosthetics Association/Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre); be required to reside in Manitoba; and take classes via online delivery with our Toronto-based students in synchronous time. Note that any travel, re-location, or living costs associated with acceptance of a clinical spot in Manitoba will be fully the responsibility of the accepted student.
English Language Proficiency
Applicants with international transcripts who do not provide English proficiency test results must test at the College level in the George Brown College English assessment to be considered for admission.
Please visit georgebrown.ca/englishproficiency for more details.
For more information on the program, please visit georgebrown.ca/prostheticsorthotics