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Why Sheridan? We have a great track record! • Over 17,000 full-time students • More than 2,000 International students from over 65 countries • Over 120 programs to choose from • More than 110,000 graduates • 82% graduate employment rate • 95% employer satisfaction rate • Largest arts school in Canada; second largest in North America • Platinum award-winner for Best Business School • C  ampuses in Oakville, Mississauga and Brampton with on-campus student residences in Brampton and Oakville. Public transit is available for Mississauga campus students living in residence. • R  ecipient of more awards from the Association of Canadian Community Colleges than any other college in Canada • E ight Sheridan graduates have been nominated for Academy Awards with two winning in the category of Best Animated Short Film • T rack record of graduating Emmy, Oscar and Genie award-winners

Did you know? Dean DeBlois, a Sheridan animation graduate, was nominated for a 2011 Academy Award in the Best Animated Feature film category for How to Train Your Dragon.


We’ll teach you to apply knowledge creatively to help you shine brighter. Here’s how: • With the ongoing creation of new courses and the updating of existing ones to reflect the changing workplace • By consistently adding new diploma programs (35 programs have been developed over the last few years) • Innovative degree programs have been introduced and many more are in development • By fostering a creative community where students are encouraged to collaborate, experiment and question • By facilitating the use of Mobile Computing. This encourages students to use “real-world” collaborative learning integrating online resources.

“I took the International Business Program and my experience was simply superb. The reason was the distinguished staff and the great atmosphere of the college. The International Office staff always makes you feel at home. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment!” Ravi Prasath Chennai, India

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Tools to help you learn and work • S tate-of-the-art facilities featuring the latest computers and technology

Programs to suit your needs, interests and ambitions

• Industry-linked, highly dedicated faculty

Diplomas – Focus on hands-on learning in these two or three-year programs designed in cooperation with industry partners to equip students with the skills needed in today’s workplace.

• M  obile computing technology seamlessly integrated into the teaching and learning experience

Degrees – Four-year degrees enhance the theory and critical thinking of a traditional university program with hands-on applied learning and a paid work term.

• World-wide recognition and reputation • F lexible, effective English as a Second Language (ESL) programming

Post-Graduate Certificates – If you’ve already completed a university degree or college diploma, earn this additional credential in just one year.

• University partnerships and credit transfer programs

Certificates – Specialized one-year programs.

• Career-driven, practical, hands-on education • Paid co-op programs combining work and study

• P roximity to Toronto’s business, industry and entertainment areas combined with the high standard of living in Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga • A  ccess to Canada’s largest complex of soundstages at Pinewood Toronto Studios; home to SIRT (Screen Industries Research and Training Centre)

Choose from over 120 programs offered through our academic faculties: • Animation, Arts and Design • Applied Health and Community Studies • Applied Science and Technology • Business • Humanities and Social Sciences See page 9 for a full list of programs.

“Studying and living in Canada has been an incredible experience. Though I’m miles away from home, I am happy here at Sheridan. The friendships and memories I’ve made are truly wonderful and though my program is challenging, I enjoy learning about what I love.”

Patrice Huggins Trinidad & Tobago 2


A great place to study Hazel McCallion Campus – Our new campus in Mississauga houses our business programs. The campus features modern leading-edge design, services and programming. Davis Campus – Enjoy studying in Brampton, one of the fastest-growing and most culturally diverse communities in Canada. Trafalgar Road Campus – Oakville’s picturesque lakeside setting combined with its reputation as a high-technology and business hub make this a vibrant, exciting place to study. All campuses feature excellent access to public transit.

As a Sheridan student, you will have access to a variety of services: • Athletics, fitness and recreation • Career and educational planning • Child care centres • Counselling and study support • Health services • Job search assistance • Peer mentoring • Tutoring

Mississauga

Did you know? TORONTO

Sheridan took the Gold Cup Award for overall first place at the 2010 Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition, winning four Gold Awards, two Silver Awards, three Bronze Awards and one 4th place standing in a field of 13 competing colleges. 3


The lifestyle you want Opt for the safe, smoke-free environment of one of Sheridan’s clean, modern residences or choose off-campus accommodations – the choice is yours!

Student Residences All Sheridan residences offer fully furnished suites with common kitchen and laundry facilities. During the school year (September to April) rooms are available on both the Davis and Trafalgar Road campuses for approximately $6,150 Cdn. Public transit is available for Mississauga campus students living in residence. Summer semester stays are also available; please contact the residence for details. For more information, or to submit your online application, please visit http://sheridanresidence.ca

Off-Campus Accommodations As well as residence, there are many nearby off-campus accommodations to choose from. • Off-campus Housing www.places4students.com • Homestay Sheridan refers students to Golden Source International or Homestay Connection: www.goldensource.ca www.homestayconnection.ca

Did you know? We offer Entrance, Academic and Needs-based Scholarships/Awards. For more information, please visit www.studyatsheridan.ca 4


Help getting settled Sheridan’s International Centre offers a comprehensive range of services and is the first point of contact for international students. Our dedicated and supportive team of professionals take pride in caring for our international students’ needs every step of the way. We also assist international students with social and cultural integration. Our services include: • A  dvice on selecting a career-oriented program, admission requirements and registration • A  n orientation to help you become familiar with your new surroundings and Sheridan’s campuses • A  ssistance in answering questions regarding study/ work permits, extensions and letters of attendance • Information about health insurance, on-campus employment, SIN cards, scholarships and awards • A  ccess to dozens of student groups, associations and organizations which host events and social activities and workshop sessions throughout the year

We offer help in many languages – is yours on the list? • Arabic • English • French

• German • Gujarati • Hindi

• Mandarin • Russian • Urdu • Polish • Sinhalease • Punjabi • Spanish

“I come from Brazil and I’m currently attending the Project Management post-graduate program at Sheridan College, and so far it has been an absolutely wonderful experience. I thoroughly enjoy my time at the college and I’m really glad I’ve chosen this course as part of my international experience. The education I receive is very practical in the real business world, the instructors are prepared and motivated, and the environment is just great. I highly recommend Sheridan College to anyone looking at starting a professional career in business in Canada.”

Gustavo Vieira Brazil

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Need help learning English? We offer a comprehensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program featuring: • Five levels of instruction: Foundation, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Advanced and English for Academic Purposes (EAP) • Testing upon arrival to determine the appropriate level for you ESL sessions last seven weeks (25 hours of study/week) and cost $2,753 Cdn. This includes tuition, health insurance, and use of the computer lab.

College or University Courses

Enter at the level identified by your testing

Choose the start time that works best for you! Programs begin in:

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) 14 Weeks

ESL Advanced B (7 weeks)

• January

ESL Advanced A (7 weeks)

• March • May • July • September

E

ESL Intermediate B (7 weeks)

• November

S

ESL Intermediate A (7 weeks)

“My decision to study at Sheridan has had the biggest positive change on my life. I was able to appreciate the multiculturalism and warmth of Canada. I cherish all the friendships I made and the valuable insights of my instructors and professors. I was inspired to achieve more than I ever thought was possible.”

Kyung-Soon Park* South Korea * Valedictorian at Convocation 6

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ESL Pre-Intermediate B (7 weeks)

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ESL Pre-Intermediate A (7 weeks)

G ESL Foundation B (7 weeks) ESL Foundation A (7 weeks)


Credit for the work you’ve done We want it to be easy for you to build on qualifications you’ve earned at other institutions or at Sheridan. Our agreements with universities in Canada and abroad provide advanced standing into related degree programs. For general information on transfer agreements in Ontario, go to www.ocutg.on.ca Many Sheridan programs have transfer agreements, including: • Business • Chemical Engineering Technology • Community Development

Sheridan has transfer agreements with other institutions, including: • Algoma University • Athabasca University • Brock University • McMaster University • Northwood University • Ryerson University • Simon Fraser • University of Toronto • York University

• Early Childhood Education • Electromechanical Engineering • Mechanical Engineering Technology • Media Arts • Social Service Worker

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Help with your application

English Proficiency

Sheridan offers a dedicated International Admission Team to process your application accurately and efficiently. To learn more about specific admission requirements for your country, please check our website at www.studyatsheridan.ca or contact the International Centre at: international@sheridanc.on.ca.

All international students whose first language is not English must provide a successful TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score. Our minimum scoring requirements are as follows:

How to Apply Complete the Sheridan International Admissions Application Form available online at www.‌studyatsheridan.ca. A $100 Cdn non-refundable application fee is required at the time of application. Acceptable methods of payment include electronic wire transfer, Visa or MasterCard.

Diploma and Certificate Applicants • IELTS – 6.0 overall band with no band below 5.5 • TOEFL iBT – 80 with a minimum of 20 in each section • With exception of our Pharmacy Technician program which requires IELTS 6.5 overall band with no band below 6.0 OR TOEFL iBT 91 with (21L, 25W, 23S, 22R)

Degree and Postgraduate Applicants • IELTS – 6.5 overall band with no band below 6.0 • TOEFL iBT – 88 with a minimum of 21 in each section Applicants with a minimum of three years high school or postsecondary studies in Canada, Australia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, New Zealand, Singapore, U.S., U.K. and some Caribbean* countries will be exempted from TOEFL/IELTS requirements upon provision of a full transcript. (*Exclusions are: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti and Puerto Rico.)

ESL students may be offered conditional admission to full-time programs pending successful completion of the EAP level. Applicants to a Diploma/Certificate program must achieve a minimum EAP grade of 70%. Applied Degree and Graduate Certificate applicants must achieve a minimum EAP grade of 75%.

Timelines Applications are accepted and reviewed throughout the year. Please note you can apply online without a IELTS/TOEFL document at time of application; you may submit it at a later date. Deadline dates specific to your term will be communicated to you after you apply.

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Program

PostStart Dates Mobile Graduate secondary Duration Campus Certifiate Degree/ Co-op Computing Sept. Jan. (Years) (Terms) 2012 2013 (Post-Grad) Diploma/ Certificate

Approximate Program Fee CDN$

Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics & Props**

TRA

1

$19,462

Advanced Television and Film

TRA

1

$25,101

Advertising & Marketing Communications

TRA

2

$13,461

Advertising & Marketing Communications Management

TRA

3

$13,461

Advertising Management

TRA

1

Animal Care

DV

1

DV UTM & TRA TRA

2 or 3

4

1

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music Theatre Performance)

TRA

4

$27,944

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Photography)

TRA

4

$20,643

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Animation)

TRA

4

i

$23,258

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Early Childhood Leadership) ◊

DV

4

i

$17,425

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Illustration)

TRA

4

i

$22,430

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design)

TRA

4

i

$18,336

Bachelor of Applied Business (Global Business Management)

DV

4

Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Athletic Therapy)

DV

4

i

$20,239

DV

4

$20,061

TRA

4

$16,597

4

•+

Brock U

4

York U

Banking and Wealth Management

BROCK & TRA YORK & TRA DV & HMC

3

$13,579

Business – Accounting

DV & HMC 2 or 3

$13,579

Business – Finance

DV & HMC 2 or 3

HMC

$13,579

Architectural Technician/Technology Art and Art History (Bachelor of Arts) Art Fundamentals

Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Exercise Science and Health Promotion) Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (Information Systems Security) Bachelor of Computing and Network Communications (Honours) – Telecommunications Technology Bachelor of Design (Honours)

• •

$15,648

$13,668

$13,871 UTM

$13,965

$16,617

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Program

PostStart Dates Mobile Graduate secondary Duration Campus Certifiate Degree/ Co-op Computing Sept. Jan. (Years) (Terms) 2012 2013 (Post-Grad) Diploma/ Certificate

Business – General

DV & HMC

Business – Human Resources Business – Marketing Business Process Management

2

Approximate Program Fee CDN$

HMC

$13,579

DV & HMC 2 or 3

HMC

$13,579

DV & HMC 2 or 3

HMC

$13,579

HMC

1

Chemical Engineering Technology *

DV

3

$13,339

Chemical Engineering Technology – Environmental *

DV

3

$13,339

Chemical Laboratory Technician *

DV

2

$13,339

DV UTM & TRA DV

3

4

•+

2

Community Worker – Outreach and Development

DV

2

Computer Animation

TRA

1

Computer Animation – Digital Character Animation

TRA

1

$19,637

Computer Animation – Digital Visual Effects

TRA

1

$19,637

Computer Engineering Technician/Technology *

DV

2 or 3

Computer Programmer

TRA & DV

2

Computer Programmer

TRA

Computer Systems Technician – Software Engineering * Computer Systems Technology – Systems Analyst *

Child and Youth Worker Communication, Culture and Information Technology Community and Justice Studies

$13,329 UTM •

$13,329 $13,333

2

TRA & DV

2

TRA & DV

3

TRA

3

TRA & DV

3

Corporate Communications

TRA

1

Cosmetic Techniques and Management

TRA

2

Crafts and Design (Ceramics, Fabrics & Furniture)

TRA

3

$14,417

Crafts and Design (Glass)

TRA

3

$15,039

Early Childhood Education

TRA & DV

2

Computer Systems Technology – Software Development and Network Engineering*

10

$19,637

Computer Systems Technology - Systems Analyst

$16,166

$13,639 •

$13,639

$13,619 $13,619

$13,619

$13,619

$13,960

$17,329 •

$14,130

$13,589


Program Early Childhood Education – Intensive

PostStart Dates Mobile Graduate secondary Duration Campus Certifiate Degree/ Co-op Computing Sept. Jan. (Years) (Terms) 2012 2013 (Post-Grad) Diploma/ Certificate

Approximate Program Fee CDN$

TRA & DV

1

$13,446

Educational Assistant (Two-Year Diploma)

TRA

2

$13,579

Educational Assistant Fast Track Intensive

TRA

1

$13,583

Electrical Techniques

STC

1

Electromechanical Engineering Technician/Technology*

DV

2 or 3

Electronics Engineering Technician/Technology *

DV

2 or 3

Emergency Management

DV

1

English as a Second Language (ESL)***

$14,125

$13,806

$14,010

DV & TRA

$15,219

$2,753

Enterprise Database Management

TRA

1

Environmental Control

DV

1

Environmental Technician *

DV

2

HMC

1

Fundamentals of Fitness Leadership

DV

1

Game Development - Advanced Programming **

TRA

1

Game Level Design **

TRA

1

General Arts and Science – College Profile

TRA & DV

1

Genral Arts and Science – College Profile

DV

1

General Arts and Science – Health Profile

DV

1

General Arts and Science – Technology Profile

DV

1

$13,329

$16,809

Financial Planning

General Arts and Science – University Profile Help Desk Technician

• • •

•^

$22,119

$18,197

$13,339

$15,459

$13,349

$19,888

$19,855

TRA & DV 1 or 2

DV

1

Human Resource Management

DV & HMC

1

Human Resource Management

HMC

1

Information Technologies Support Services

DV

2

Interactive Multimedia

TRA

1

Interior Decorating

TRA

2

• •

$13,329 •

$13,329

$13,369 $13,454

$15,494 •

$15,494

$16,809

• •

$18,329 •

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Program

PostStart Dates Mobile Graduate secondary Duration Campus Certifiate Degree/ Co-op Computing Sept. Jan. (Years) (Terms) (Post-Grad) Diploma/ 2012 2013 Certificate

International Business

HMC

1

Internet Communications Technology *

TRA

3

Internet Communications Technology * ¥

DV

Investigation – Public and Private

$15,524

$13,673

3

DV

2

Journalism – Broadcast

TRA

2

$17,132

Journalism – New Media

TRA

1

$17,964

Journalism – Print

TRA

2

$13,761

Manufacturing Management

DV

1

HMC

1

Mechanical Engineering Technician/Technology *

DV

2 or 3

$13,826

Mechanical Engineering Technician/Technology – Design and Drafting *

DV

2 or 3

$13,846

Mechanical Technician – Tool Making

STC

3

$14,097

Mechanical Techniques – Plumbing

STC

1

$14,097

Mechanical Techniques – Tool and Die Maker

STC

1

$14,097

Media Arts

TRA

3

$20,961

Media Fundamentals

TRA

1

$13,689

Office Administration – Executive

DV

2

$13,623

Office Administration – General

DV

1

$13,623

Office Administration – Legal

DV

2

$13,623

Office Administration – Medical

DV

2

$13,623

Paralegal ◊

DV

2

$13,579

Performing Arts – Preparation

TRA

1

Personal Support Worker

DV

1

$14,089

Pharmacy Technician ◊

DV

2

$13,391

Police Foundations

DV

2

$13,343

Practical Nursing ◊

DV

2

$16,688

Marketing Management

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Approximate Program Fee CDN$

• •

$13,673

$13,579

$16,325 $15,591

$14,555


Program Project Management

PostStart Dates Mobile Graduate secondary Duration Campus Certifiate Degree/ Co-op Computing (Years) (Terms) Sept. Jan. (Post-Grad) Diploma/ 2012 2013 Certificate

HMC

1

Quality Assurance – Manufacturing and Management

DV

1

Retail Pharmacy Assistant ◊

DV

1

Social Service Worker

TRA & DV

2

Social Service Worker – Gerontology

TRA & DV

2

Social Service Worker – Immigrant and Refugee Stream

TRA & DV TRA UTM & TRA TRA

Veterinary Technician

Approximate Program Fee CDN$

$16,736 •

$15,593

$13,399

$13,332

$13,332

2

$13,332

3

$14,643

4

UTM

2

DV

2

$14,242

Visual and Creative Arts

TRA

2 or 3

$13,961

Visual Merchandising Arts

TRA

2

$14,275

Web Design

TRA

1

$19,909

Welding Techniques

STC

1

Technical Production for Theatre and Live Events Theatre and Drama Studies Tourism and Travel

(DV) Program offered at the Davis Campus, Brampton (TRA) Program offered at the Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville (STC) Program offered at the Skills Training Centre, Oakville (HMC) Program offered at the Hazel McCallion Campus, Mississauga ◊

May Start

**

Three-term program

*** Every seven week session +

First year of program is at University

• •

¥

Year 2 and 3 at Trafalgar Road Campus only

^

Direct entry Term 2 only

$13,579

$14,125

i Internship * Additional fees will apply for some programs with a modified curriculum Program fees are for one academic year (generally two terms). Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Residence Fees: The Residence fee for two terms is $6,150 CDN. Note: Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars. (subject to change without notice)

The fees shown above are for the first two terms of academic studies at Sheridan; fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. The fees shown for Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics and Props, Game Development - Advanced Programming and Game Level Design are for three academic terms. If accepted in the co-op work term plan, the co-op fee will be billed in the term prior to the actual co-op work term. Fees above do not include the $535.00 co-op work term fee. As the Fee Guide is prepared in advance, Sheridan reserves the right to make changes due to errors and omissions. All information provided is current as of publication; Sheridan Marketing and Communications, March 2012. CS_367969

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CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE For instant, accurate information visit www.studyatsheridan.ca and click on the ASK SHERIDAN button! Web: www.studyatsheridan.ca Email: international@sheridanc.on.ca Telephone: 1-905-815-4001 Fax: 1-905-815-4004

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