GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE

Canada, Ontario

Established in 1967, George Brown College, also known as George Brown College Applied Arts and Technology, is one of the best colleges in downtown Toronto, Canada. The college is a member of Colleges and Institutes in Canada and has affiliations from CCAA, Polytechnics Canada, etc. The college offers more than 160 programs like a diploma, degree, advanced diploma, and certificate courses in art and design, business, community services, engineering, and health sciences. The college provides some bachelor’s programs in association with Ryerson University as well. The college has a very high employment rate with recruiters like Ford Motor, GSK, Accenture Inc, and many more employees satisfied with George Brown College students. 

Campus Life

George Brown College comprises three campuses. Casa Loma Campus is the main campus and has maximum green space with 5 buildings, St. James Campus and Waterfront Campus which opened in 2012. The college is home to over 5500 international students from over 90 countries. The college does not have any on-campus residence but has many off-campus partnerships to provide its students with fully-furnished dormitories, apartments with necessary facilities. The Dialog is the on-campus student newspaper run by the Student Association of George Brown College. The students have access to various libraries such as Casa Loma Library, Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts e-library, St. James Library, and more.

Noted Alumni

The alumni network of George Brown College is 2,25,000 graduates strong and growing each year. Over 29,000 organizations are registered with the GBCareers, a portal for employers to connect with potential graduates for jobs. Few renowned names among the alumni are Xiyuan Wang, who is a program lead at Ontario Hospital Association, Andrew Lindsay, who invented a patented engine controller for Blutip Power; Daniel Maclover, actor and director, Wendy Babok, Canadian activist, Rob Rainford, Canadian chef, and many more.