School Image

George Brown College - Casa Loma Campus

Flag of Canada Ontario, Canada
School ID: SC010027
Rank: 4,950
* Webometrics Ranking of World Universities
Applied number: 8

81% graduate employment (Key Performance Indicators, Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development, 2017)

Student Experience
  • Enrolment and Admission
  • Tuition and other fees
  • Life experience
  • Job opportunities
  • Ability to settle


General Description

Established in 1967, George Brown College was named after a newspaper publisher and politician as well, George Brown. It is also known as George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology. Sally Horsfall Eaton was the first chancellor of the college. The college is known to be the first college to start distance education system. Currently, it has over 15,000 distance education students from all over the world.

Located in Canada, George Brown College has 3 campuses, namely Casa Loma Campus, St. James Campus and Waterfront Campus. The Casa Loma Campus is the main campus and is known as clean and green space of the college. The second campus, St. James Campus comprises of five buildings and houses the faculty of Financial Services, Creative Arts, Business Administration, and Centre for Hospitality as well as Culinary Arts. The Waterfront campus is the newest campus, opened in 2012 and comprises of Centre for Health Sciences.

All the three campuses are nearby to restaurants, shops, and stores. The college is located at a place where students are in reach of a job market, as the companies play a significant role in the academic life of students, providing them with practical experience, advice about meeting industry needs by building an effective curriculum and sharpen their skills in the particular field of interest.

George Brown College provides a number of subjects like business, art and design, engineering technologies, health sciences, and hospitality. Also, it offers specialized and diploma programs along with 28 graduate certificate programs. The college is home to over 26,000 including 4,000 international students. It also provides personal assistance and guidance, advice for diploma courses and opportunities for practical experience as well. Moreover, Electronics Technician is an award-winning program developed by Dr. Colin Simpson. Also, the college was named as one of Toronto's top employer and best research college in the country in 2014.

Why choose us?

Study in downtown Toronto

Our location provides you with access to top employers for field education opportunities.

Expert instructors

Many faculty members have industry experience and will share their real-world knowledge with you.

Hands-on learning

Our facilities, including The Chefs' House and WAVE Clinics, simulate real-world work environments and provide opportunities for experiential learning.

Real-world experience

98 per cent of our career-focused programs include at least one experiential learning opportunity.

Informed by industry

We work with industry leaders to ensure the skills you learn in class are the ones you'll need on the job.

Applied research

Gain hands-on experience working alongside industry professionals to develop and test new products.

See more Collapse


Courses Filter


Scholarships & Awards
Co-op Option
Work while studying


Avg Cost of tuition/Year CA$14,600
Cost of living/Year CA$20,000
Application fee CA$95
Estimated Total/Year CA$34,695

Main majors

  • Arts, Design and Information Technology
  • Communicty Services and Early Childhood
  • Health Sciences
  • Hospitality and Culinary Arts


  • January
  • March
  • May
  • July
  • September
  • October
Close search