Eligibility & Entry Requirement
- Students need to hold an Ontario Secondary School Diploma along with six Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses.
- A grade of at least 65% in all prerequisite courses is required (English and Maths).
- An overall average of 65% in six Grade 12 (U - University ) or (M - University/College) courses, including Grade 11 in English and Mathematics is required.
- One Visual Arts credit, Grade 11 (M - University/College)
- Students must have graduated from senior secondary school or equivalent (those applying for a postgraduate program must have graduated from a university or college).
- Also, students should meet English proficiency requirements by completing the appropriate ESL (English as a second language) level at one of the college language school partners.
- Students submit the result of the GRE score.
Work Experience Eligibility:
- Work experience is required as part of this program.
- Work Experience offers the opportunity to gain industrial work experience and meet the learning outcomes of the program.
- A work-integrated learning experience that amounts to 420 hours of full-time equivalent work is enough to apply for this program.
Indian Student Eligibility:
- The student has graduated from senior secondary school or equivalent (those applying for a postgraduate program must have graduated from a university or college).
- Minimum 5 major subjects in 12th Grade, including English, with an average of 65% and no course less than 60%.
VISA & Work Study
Students can apply for a Canada Student VISA if the student fulfills the following criteria:
- Acceptance letter from a designated learning institute (DLI).
- Proof of finances to pay tuition fees and living expenses.
- Police certificate to prove a clean background with no existing criminal records
- Complete Health reports ensuring the medical well being of the candidate
- The George Brown College Work-Study Program provides students with part-time employment opportunities throughout the college.
- Students can gain valuable experience working up to 15 hours a week at minimum wage.
- Students locate their own job with any of the on-campus departments (for example athletics, academic departments, library, etc.).
Career and Placement after Course
This program prepares graduates for positions such as:
- Digital Experience Designer
- User Experience Designer
- User Interface Designer
- Human Interface Designer
- Interaction Designer
- Information Architect
- Digital Designer
- Digital Product Designer
- Visual Designer
- Mobile Designer
- Web Designer
- User Experience Researcher
- Usability Tester