The Automotive Business School of Canada at Georgian College was established in 1985 to provide the automotive industry with business professionals capable of taking on leadership roles within the automotive industry. This ambitious initiative was undertaken in co-operation with the Canadian automotive industry including Canadian Auto Dealer Association, corporate manufacturers, retailers, aftermarket sectors and Georgian College. Over the past 27 years, the Automotive Business School of Canada has built a solid reputation in the automotive industry as a place that provides endless opportunities to its students.Unique programs
The Automotive Business School of Canada, is home to the only programs of their kind in Canada. The automotive industry in Canada plays a key role in student success at the Automotive Business School of Canada. This year close to $130,000 in scholarships and awards was given to deserving automotive students. Automotive Business School of Canada graduates are in demand. With a 90 % plus grad placement rate over the past 27 years. Your drive can take you anywhere.Paid co-op work experiences
Get on the fast track with a paid co-op. Your chance to rub elbows with the big guns and network while you learn. Automotive Business School of Canada students obtain up to one full year of paid work experience by the time they graduate. Co-op work experiences allow students the opportunity to “earn while they learn”. It’s not just about what’s under the hood. Our grads find jobs at dealership, in aftermarket, fleet operations, remarketing, finance and insurance, marketing and events, and corporate head offices.Georgian College Auto Show
At the Automotive Business School of Canada students have the opportunity to make their education stand out. Annually in June, students hold the largest outdoor auto show in North America. This 100 per cent student-run outdoor learning lab gives students hands-on experience with major manufacturers and the public. Automotive manufacturers participate and display new vehicles in the three-day event. The 20,000-plus visitors who attend every year appreciate the opportunity to browse in a “sales-free zone” and see all the new vehicle models. Students take part in manufacturer training, the move-in and move-out processes, display set-up, vehicle detailing, and provide visitors with vehicle information. Please visit georgianc.on.ca/autoshow for more information.