Hands–on Learning

Employers look for real-world experience when hiring new graduates. That’s why George Brown College gives you the opportunity to learn by doing. Our students develop skills by doing the job—98 per cent of our career-focused programs offer at least one experiential learning opportunity that can include field placements, co-ops, interactive simulations and more.

Experiential Learning at George Brown

WHAT IS EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING?

Basically, it means learning by doing. It encompasses all the ways you get hands-on, sector-specific experience at George Brown.

Work-integrated learning

Gain real-world experience through apprenticeships, co-ops, clinical placements, field placements, internships and more.

Simulated work environments

Hone your skills in labs modelled after real workplaces like our Green Building Centre, our health sciences Simulation Centre, and The Chefs’ House.

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