George Brown College for International Students
Natasha Rao last edited by
Hi, As an international student, I would like to settle in Canada after graduation, is George Brown College a good place to start?
ChristineJoseph last edited by
It varies by the following factors:
Field of specialization
The reputation of the university in that industry
Generally, STEM graduates shouldn't have a problem finding jobs in Canada.
The Canadian employment statistics show that an average of 89 % of graduates find jobs after their studies. For STEM, it is much higher, almost 94%. cities like Vancouver, Waterloo, and Toronto, being tech hubs, have a relatively higher employment rate.
Speaking of College, George Brown College is the only college in downtown Toronto and has a very good reputation among employers.
MelaniePayne last edited by MelaniePayne
In terms of settling in Canada, Toronto is a great place to start, and George Brown is located right in the heart of downtown. So if you're looking to network and build connections within the city, it could be a great option for you. On a related note, I wanted to mention that I have some friends who attend nail tech schools in the area, and they've had really positive experiences. It's always important to research and find the right fit for you, but if you're interested in that field, it could be worth looking into. Good luck with your search!