Mature student statusif you are 19 years or older and do not have an ontario secondary school diploma, you may apply to george brown as a mature student. Diploma and certificate programsif you do not possess the required credits, you will be invited to take an admissions assessment. George brown offers campus tours and information sessions (including ones just for mature students) throughout the year. Book a george brown campustour once youve signed up for a tour, you want to make sure you get the most out of it especially if you are coming from out of town to see the campus. Welcome! We are very happy that youre taking the next step towards your post-secondary program at george brown college. To help prepare you for greater success on the mature student admissions assessment (in english and or math), were happy to offer short, tuition-free (no cost) classes for any applicant to the college. Our mature student assessment preparation (msap) courses are designed. Eventbrite - george brown college academic upgrading presents george brown college mature student assessment preparation course english - tuesday, 19 february 2019 monday, 16 november 2020 - find event and ticket information. Our mature student assessment preparation (msap) courses are designed for mature applicants who have been invited to take the admissions assessment (test) for english and or math. To learn more, contact academic upgradings ron greenberg 416. Eventbrite - george brown college academic upgrading presents gbc mature student assessment preparation course - math (online) - monday, 18 february 2019 tuesday, 17 november 2020 - find event and ticket information. Mature student status may be granted to applicants who are over 19 years old and do not have a high school diploma or ged. Mature student testing may be required for applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for their specific programs. In that case, a student may be requested by the admissions office to complete a sheridan mature student english test (reading comprehension, sentence skills and writing skills) andor canadian adult achievement test (caat) for math and science. Mature applicants applying to certificate, diploma and advanced diploma programs must be 19 years old by the first day of scheduled classes. Mature applicants must meet program-specific prerequisite courses and additional admission requirements. For admission purposes, western will consider you under our mature student admission regulations if you are a canadian citizen or permanent resident at the time of application.