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Graduate Certificate in Food Tourism Entrepreneurship 

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Graduate Certificate in Food Tourism Entrepreneurship
 at 
GBC 
Overview

Duration

1 year

Course Level

PG Certificate

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Tuition & Fees

14.09 Lakh
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Type of University

Public

Graduate Certificate in Food Tourism Entrepreneurship
 at 
GBC 
Highlights

  • Graduate Certificate in Food Tourism Entrepreneurship is offered by George Brown College, Canada.
    This a Masters Certificate level program of a course duration of 1 Years.
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Graduate Certificate in Food Tourism Entrepreneurship
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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 CAD = INR 60.69 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 1ˢᵗ January 2023

George Brown College
Students Ratings & Reviews

3.9/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Easy going
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
Student Views
  • 75% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.6
Part time work3.1
Post study jobs3.7
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life4.1
Value for money3.9
Public transportation3.9
Safety3.7
Indian Food4.4
Permanent Immigration3.9
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AnonymousVerified Icon
Graduate Certificate in Cloud Computing Technologies - Batch of 2024
3.4
Good but not best college
Tips: It was a pretty smooth transition, with no cultural shifts. I haven't received any scholarships, as it was a college and 1 year course. I see nothing new in my studies, except some professors who are extremely good at teaching. Almost everything can be learnt online for my course, there are no vouchers or discounts provided for the certification.
Reviewed on 27 Feb 2024Read more
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AnonymousVerified Icon
Graduate Certificate in Applied A.I. Solutions Development - Batch of 2023
4.5
Experiences in George Brown College was exemplary.
Tips: George brown college stands out in Canada as an exemplary institution for those prioritizing their academic pursuits. It's renowned for its academic excellence. It offers a plethora of course selections as well which might align with your interests and career goal.
Reviewed on 31 Jan 2024Read more
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Abdul Zahad Verified Icon
Graduate Certificate in Cloud Computing Technologies - Batch of 2023
3.3
Good college for PG Diploma
Tips: The only difference I found was that exams, quizzes, projects, and assignments were all open book exams. At least for my course so if you think that is a good thing and start copying others' assignments you are cheating yourself and will have to learn everything the hard way around.
Likes (Indian Food): I am from India. Most of the time I cook for myself but at times when I feel tired or don't wanna cook, I go out to eat. So Toronto has a lot of Indian food options. You name it and it's there. The pricing is fair excluding some restaurants and most serve decent quality food at reasonable prices.
Dislikes (Safety): Public safety in Toronto is a big concern. The college has its own security which is good until you are in college. But once you are out on the street there are lots of homeless people and crack head so have to be very attentive. Most don't harm you but some try to extort money. There are multiple incidents that you can read about on the internet.
Reviewed on 9 Feb 2024Read more
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Graduate Certificate in Cloud Computing Technologies - Batch of 2024
3.8
Great college to study course, it would be better if one start their journey here
Tips: Everything is good. I am not sure about scholarships as I just started my international student journey. For scholarships, call the college toll-free number or send an email related to whatever kind of scholarship you are looking for. University, courses and college are worth it, but I am not sure how much the country is good for international students.
Likes (Safety): It's all safe, I travel during the night and I haven't felt threatened till now though my class timing is from 6 pm-10 pm. It's safe to travel in Canada as I have felt till now. Ttc, subways are all safe, but there are people who cannot be trusted, so try to stay away from people you don't know.
Dislikes (Part time work): It's hard to find part time in winter, no matter how much experience you have in your home town. It's hard to find part time but easy to find full-time. Postgraduate students have tough time managing their studies with part time and full-time, it's difficult to manage both.
Reviewed on 29 Jan 2024Read more
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Diploma in Hospitality – Hotel Operations Management - Batch of 2024
3.9
Decent college in Canada
Tips: Culture is not that much different as many Indians are around so very easy. Also because the language is English so again no problem. Scholarship is only for students who score well and that is also 2000 CAD not much help. Rest okay place, college infrastructure and faculty wise. The country is the best to live but jobs are hard to get.
Likes (Student Life): Have classes in the day and then go to my part-time work in MacDonalds. College work is also there. College organise events as many Indians are there for Holi, Diwali celebration and dance music competition. There are many fellow Indians so it feels good because otherwise there would be no help.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): Not many jobs now. Less work outside. Many students come back to India after the course.Only some get good jobs. In Canada also connections like India work to get the job. I think many students are going to other places now and not Canada. My course is hotel operations so I don't know what companies come to college.
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