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Transcript of College

Educational Experience
Comparing Canadian Colleges
Comparing Canadian Collages
Why college?
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (Grade 12)
Mature Applicant Status (age 19 or older)
College Programs
Certificate Programs
The right way to go!
George Brown College

• Arts & Design
• Business: $3,826.00-$14,493.00

Business: $3,489.00-$7,989.00

• Community Services & Early Childhood: $3,481.00

• Construction & Engineering Technologies: $3,584.00-$8,851.00

• Health Sciences: $3,529.00

• Hospitality & Culinary Arts: $3,949.00

• Preparatory & Liberal Studies: $1,657.00-$4,492.00

Programs at George Brown College:
I.D: $12
Application Fees: $65
Student Association: $91.64/semester
Materials/Supplies: $1 to $5,200
Graduation/diploma: $57.40
Technology: $79.00/semester
Athletic: $37.19/semester
Students can live with families for rent-mainly for students that are not from this area; international students
1 month, 3 meals: $775
1 month, 2 meals: $725
Placement Fee: $165
Extra cost for Internet Access, 1 month: $50

Book Fees
$50 - $250
Rental per semester: about $30
Student Fees
Living Costs

Regular Tuition Fee - $94.00 per credit hour for 1000 and 2000 courses
$112.60 per credit hour for some 3000, 4000 and 5000 level courses
Different courses, require different fees
• Also depends on the # of credit hours. The more credit hours you take, the more you have to pay

Diploma Programs

Advanced Diploma Programs
Degree Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs
Collaborative and Joint Programs

Student Fees
• Student Fees include: Additional program costs - some courses have lab or other fees
• Additional fees - student's union fees, student activity fees, U-Pass BC, etc
- A U-PASS BC would usually cost around $145
- Student Activity Fees cost - $45.10

Educational experience:
- college classes are quite small(200 students,it's a positive)
- a huge benefit is meeting people with diverse backgrounds, you gain a new perspective on the world and your knowledge of the world increases

Social/personal growth:
- College is about exploring yourself and the world(languages)
- Higher social self-confidence
- Effective and developed leadership skills
- Able to understand and communicate with others

- student government
-the arts
-academic/professional organizations

Douglas Collage
Length: 2 semesters or 1 year
Focuses on specific careers
Hands-on experiences
Admission requirements vary between specific colleges and programs.

- Degree programs: Six Grade 12 credits at university/college level
Length: 4 semesters or 2 years
Preparation for specific field of work
Includes general education courses
Also includes co-op of field placement component
Length: 6 semesters or 3 years
E.g. Accounting Program Requirements
• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
Grade 12 English (College OR University)
Grade 12 Mathematics: (C) or (U) or Grade 11 Mathematics: (U) or (C)
• OR Mature Student Status (age 19 or older) with the above prerequisite course(s) or their equivalent(s)

Length: 4 years
Combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills
Prepares graduates for employment
Length: 1 year
Require a university degree or a college certificate or diploma
Expand on a particular profession
Length: Most programs are four or more years
Partnership between the college and a partnering university
Students study at both institutions
Facilities offer a wide range of credit and non-credit courses in many fields. They have been broken down into six categories (some of the programs and costs included):
Child, Family and Community Studies - Child and youth care/diploma ($2606.80)
Commerce and Business Education: Business Management- General Business/diploma ($2981.80)
Health Sciences- Psychiatric Nursing/diploma ($2796.80)
Humanities and Social Sciences- Environmental Studies ($3720.35)
Language, Literature and Performing Arts- Performing and Fine Arts/certificate ($2896.80)
Science and Technology- Sport Science/diploma ($2671.80)


People go to college because they can’t get into university
College is just as beneficial as University - it just depends on what's best for you
Textbooks - vary from course to course. When you register a personalized list of required texts is created in your account, so you know approximately how much to set aside for books.
Price can vary depending on the condition of the book (whether it is new or used) and depending on the courses chosen by students.

Price range can be $50 and above

College is:
Financially Supportive: $21,000 = students are likely to become financially stable, whereas University tuition is $55,000
Practical/Hands on
More opportunities, studies show that college degrees add to your earnings
Easier transition, more interaction between students and teachers
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