George Brown College- Finances And Eligibility


How much will it cost?

Average tuition fees per year

INR 14,09,778 Postgraduate 

INR 11,46,668 Undergraduate 

INR 11,46,668 Vocational 

Living costs

INR 6,58,639BTo live on campus

INR 11,59,518 Living costs


English Language Proficiency

If English is not the first language in a student’s country, proof of both written and spoken English is required. There are a number of different accepted qualifications to demonstrate English skill.

For students looking to improve their English language skills, the college offers the George Brown EAP (ESL program). The program is split into nine levels of eight weeks each, as a full-time course. Students’ language skills are evaluated upon arrival at the college or based on a TOEFL/IELTS score and students are then placed in a group appropriate to their skill level.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements depend both on the country a student is applying to the college from, as well as the particular qualifications for the specific program a student is looking to study whilst at George Brown. To be successfully enrolled into a program, all students must meet the following requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Successfully graduated from a senior secondary school or equivalent. For students applying for a postgraduate course, students must have graduated from a university or college
  • Provide satisfactory proof of English language proficiency
  • Pay a non-refundable CAD 95 application fee

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