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George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario
George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario
George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario
George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario
George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario
George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario

George Brown College, Canada College, Ontario

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 Thành lập: 1967

 Loại hình: Công lập, College

 Tổng số sinh viên: 31.000+

 Tổng số sinh viên quốc tế: 9.300+

    DLI#: O19283850612

    George Brown College mở cửa vào năm 1968, lúc đó đã chào đón hơn 2.000 sinh viên. Ngoài các chương trình về xây dựng, giáo dục mầm non, dịch vụ nha khoa và nghệ thuật ẩm thực - những chương trình vẫn tiếp tục giảng dạy - George Brown đã từng có các chương trình có thể không còn phù hợp ngày nay, như viết ký hiệu hoặc chế tạo đồng hồ. Trường đã từng chuẩn bị cho sinh viên sự nghiệp trên biển thông qua một chương trình kỹ sư hàng hải. Kể từ đó, số lượng sinh viên đã tăng lên hơn 30.000 người. Mọi người đến với George Brown từ khắp Khu vực Đại Toronto, Canada và thế giới để phát triển các kỹ năng và tích lũy kinh nghiệm thực tế cần thiết để thành công tại nơi làm việc. Kể từ năm 2004, dưới sự lãnh đạo của Tổng thống Anne Sado hiện tại, George Brown đã tăng hơn gấp đôi quy mô, mở rộng quan hệ đối tác quốc tế và tăng cường cam kết củng cố kết cấu văn hóa, kinh tế và xã hội của Toronto.

    Học tập tại trung tâm thành phố Toronto, sinh viên sẽ sống, học tập và làm việc ở trung tâm của nền kinh tế lớn nhất, đa dạng nhất Canada. George Brown cung cấp hơn 160 chương trình chứng chỉ, văn bằng, sau đại học và bằng cấp tập trung vào nghề nghiệp - một trong những chương trình đại học toàn thời gian rộng nhất ở Canada. Hầu hết các chương trình đều có thành phần giáo dục thực địa, mang đến cho sinh viên cơ hội quý giá để làm việc và học hỏi với các đối tác trong ngành, những người thậm chí một ngày nào đó có thể trở thành chủ nhân tương lai.

    Why George Brown College - St. James 

    St. James Campus is the home to the following George Brown College centres and schools:

    • Centre for Business: School of Accounting & Finance; School of Human Resources; School of Management; School of Marketing
    • Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology: School of Media & Performing Arts
    • Centre for Community Services & Early Childhood: School of Deaf & Deafblind Studies; School of Social & Community Services
    • Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts: Chef School; School of Hospitality & Tourism Management
    • Centre for Preparatory & Liberal Studies: School of English as a Second Language; School of Immigrant & Transitional Education; School of Liberal Arts & Sciences; School of Work & College Preparation
    • Campus life: Meet new people, build networks and get involved with: ATHLETICS & RECREATION: Varsity sports, fitness centres and classes, drop-in sports and organized leagues; ENACTUS GEORGE BROWN: A volunteer entrepreneurial group that strives to improve local communities; PEERCONNECT: A student support service that runs activities, events, wellness initiatives and workshops; STUDENT CLUBS: More than 50 clubs based on field of study, personal interests and social movements; STUDENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (SLA): A student group that provides leadership training and volunteer opportunities; STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE (SAGBC): A student organization - with an elected board of directors - that provides services and runs events
    • Location: Love the city life? Want to study in downtown Toronto? George Brown College’s location gives students access to top employers for field education and networking opportunities. It also means they'll get to enjoy other perks of going to school downtown, including being close to great cafes, restaurants, shopping, and Toronto attractions. The three campuses — Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront — are all easily accessible by public transit and surrounded by bike lanes as part of Toronto’s cycling network. 

    The Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences at Waterfront Campus is home to the following George Brown College centres and schools: School of Dental Health; School of Health Services Management; School of Health & Wellness; Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing; Some Continuing Education courses are taught at Waterfront.

    Why George Brown College - Waterfront

    The School of Design resides within a 103,000-square-foot facility in the Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts development that houses the School of Design programs and a research hub. This state-of-the-art building supports academic programs and industry projects, with features such as: virtual and augmented reality lab, usability and testing lab, Future Ways of Living lab, Peer Tutor lab, digital sandbox, incubators, prototyping and workshop spaces, and design and innovation showcase spaces. 

    • Campus life: Meet new people, build networks and get involved with: ATHLETICS & RECREATION: Varsity sports, fitness centres and classes, drop-in sports and organized leagues; ENACTUS GEORGE BROWN: A volunteer entrepreneurial group that strives to improve local communities; PEERCONNECT: A student support service that runs activities, events, wellness initiatives and workshops; STUDENT CLUBS: More than 50 clubs based on field of study, personal interests and social movements; STUDENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (SLA): A student group that provides leadership training and volunteer opportunities; STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE (SAGBC): A student organization - with an elected board of directors - that provides services and runs events
    • Location: Love the city life? Want to study in downtown Toronto? George Brown College’s location gives students access to top employers for field education and networking opportunities. It also means they'll get to enjoy other perks of going to school downtown, including being close to great cafes, restaurants, shopping, and Toronto attractions. The three campuses — Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront — are all easily accessible by public transit and surrounded by bike lanes as part of Toronto’s cycling network. 

    Why George Brown College - Casa Loma

    Casa Loma Campus is home to the following George Brown College academic centres and schools:

    • Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies: Angelo DelZotto School of Construction Management; School of Apprenticeship & Skilled Trades; School of Architectural Studies; School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies
    • Centre for Preparatory & Liberal Studies: School of Liberal Arts & Sciences; School of Work & College Preparation
    • Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology: School of Computer Technology; School of Fashion & Jewellery; School of Media & Performing Arts
    • Campus life: Meet new people, build networks and get involved with: ATHLETICS & RECREATION: Varsity sports, fitness centres and classes, drop-in sports and organized leagues; ENACTUS GEORGE BROWN: A volunteer entrepreneurial group that strives to improve local communities; PEERCONNECT: A student support service that runs activities, events, wellness initiatives and workshops; STUDENT CLUBS: More than 50 clubs based on field of study, personal interests and social movements; STUDENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (SLA): A student group that provides leadership training and volunteer opportunities; STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE (SAGBC): A student organization - with an elected board of directors - that provides services and runs events
    • Location: Love the city life? Want to study in downtown Toronto? George Brown College’s location gives students access to top employers for field education and networking opportunities. It also means they'll get to enjoy other perks of going to school downtown, including being close to great cafes, restaurants, shopping, and Toronto attractions. The three campuses — Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront — are all easily accessible by public transit and surrounded by bike lanes as part of Toronto’s cycling network. 

    Why George Brown College - Ryerson

    A number of Early Childhood Education programs are taught on the Ryerson University campus.

    • Campus life: Meet new people, build networks and get involved with: ATHLETICS & RECREATION: Varsity sports, fitness centres and classes, drop-in sports and organized leagues; ENACTUS GEORGE BROWN: A volunteer entrepreneurial group that strives to improve local communities; PEERCONNECT: A student support service that runs activities, events, wellness initiatives and workshops; STUDENT CLUBS: More than 50 clubs based on field of study, personal interests and social movements; STUDENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (SLA): A student group that provides leadership training and volunteer opportunities; STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE (SAGBC): A student organization - with an elected board of directors - that provides services and runs events
    • Location: Love the city life? Want to study in downtown Toronto? George Brown College’s location gives students access to top employers for field education and networking opportunities. It also means they'll get to enjoy other perks of going to school downtown, including being close to great cafes, restaurants, shopping, and Toronto attractions. The three campuses — Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront — are all easily accessible by public transit and surrounded by bike lanes as part of Toronto’s cycling network. 

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