We understand the important role guidance counsellors play in helping high school students choose the best program and the right college. Here you’ll find important information and quick links to help you advise your students on options available to them at George Brown College.
(includes certificate, diploma, degree and graduate certificate credentials)
of full-time programs offer experiential learning*
89 – percentage of employers satisfied with George Brown graduates they’ve hired**
90 – number of companies and organizations we worked with on applied research projects, prototyping, designing and testing new products and services in 2019-20
1,588 – number of scholarships dispersed to students — the largest amount in our Foundation's history.***
We understand the opportunities and challenges of the future of work
Automation, artificial intelligence and climate change are just a few of the factors that are transforming the workforce. With new and disruptive technologies developing faster than ever, employers tell us they’re looking for a blend of technical and people skills in new hires—people who can problem solve, communicate effectively, and who are resilient in the face of change.
Find out how we’re preparing for the future:
Learn about our key priorities as we prepare adaptable and innovative grads ready for a world of rapid change.
Strategy 2022, Vision 2030
Listen to our employees, industry partners and students discuss issues around the future of work.
Information for guidance counsellors
The George Brown College liaison team can answer questions you have about college programs and admission requirements. They can also help you with the following:
- planning a class/school visit to our campuses
- visiting your school to speak to your grade 9 and 10 students about careers
- visiting your school to speak to your grade 11 and 12 students about George Brown programs and applying to college
More details about George Brown College programs and services
- Admission Requirements
- Applying to George Brown
- Apprenticeship & Workplace Training
- Campus Tours
- Career Coach
- College (Metro) Information Fair (CIF) (information will be posted in the fall)
- College Information Program (CIP) Schedule (information will be posted in the fall)
- FAQs about Admissions & Registration
- Full-time program list
- Mature Students Guide
- Program availability and status
- Program finder
- Program-specific information sessions
- Paying for college
Student services & supports
For an overview of the student experience at George Brown, please visit georgebrown.ca/why-george-brown/student-experience/.
We offer free workshops and one-on-one sessions for those thinking about attending college, on a range of topics, including on how to apply, choosing a career path, choosing a program, applying as an international student, and more.
Find information about our Financial Aid services at georgebrown.ca/financialaid/.
In 2019-2020, George Brown College offered more than 900 student awards worth a combined $7.9 million. Students can apply online in a one-time application process.
George Brown College has a work study program which provides students with part-time employment on campus.
Student can also find part-time employment through Career Services.
Learn more about what George Brown College has to offer in the following online publications:
For more information, please contact us at:
416-415-5000 ext. 4805
416-415-5000 ext. 2896
Liz Henriques, Liaison Officer
416-415-5000 ext. 2929
Robyn Papoff, Liaison Officer
416-415-5000 ext. 2267
P.O. Box 1015, Station B
Toronto, ON M5T 2T9
*Excludes upgrading and preparatory programs. Enrolment Planning and Reporting Department, George Brown College
**Key Performance Indicators, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, September 25, 2019
***George Brown College Foundation