Sheridan College International Viewbook 2022-23 (CANADA)

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International Viewbook 2022-23 Updated version

www.studyatsheridan.ca


Contents Our campuses

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Supporting student success

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Big student life

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Housing options

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• Residences • Off-campus living How to apply

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Admission requirements

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Alumni stories

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Faculties • Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD)

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• Pilon School of Business (PSB)

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•  Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (FAST)

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•  Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies (FAHCS)

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•  Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS)

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English as a Second Language (ESL)

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Post-graduate certificates

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Locations

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International tuition payments: CIBC

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Land acknowledgment statement We acknowledge the land for sustaining us and for providing us with the necessities of life. This territory is covered by the Dish with One Spoon treaty and the Two Row Wampum treaty which emphasize the importance of joint stewardship, peace and respectful relationships. As we reflect on land acknowledgments, let us remember that we are all stewards of the land and of each other. We recognize the land on which we gather has been and still is the traditional territory of several Indigenous nations, including the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, the Métis and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Since time immemorial, numerous Indigenous nations and Indigenous peoples have lived and passed through this territory. Sheridan affirms it is our collective responsibility to honour the land, as we honour and respect those who have gone before us, those who are here, and those who have yet to come. We are grateful for the opportunity to be learning, working and thriving on this land.

Dr. Janet Morrison, Sheridan’s President and Vice Chancellor, in conversation with students at the Trafalgar Road Campus. To receive this document in an accessible format, please contact: marketinginfo@sheridancollege.ca


Welcome to Sheridan! We’re pleased to have you join our exciting and diverse community. Sheridan is committed to delivering exceptional, purposeful learning experiences that will unleash your full potential and prepare you to confidently navigate a rapidly-changing world. Sheridan offers: • More than 120 programs to choose from. • A practical education that gives you the tools you need to get into the career you want. • A variety of credentials: certificates, diplomas, degrees, post-graduate certificates, English as a Second Language studies and university pathways. • Work experience through internships or paid co-op programs. • Dedicated professors with professional industry experience. • A wide range of international student services, including advisement, tutoring, peer mentoring and organized social activities. • Campuses located in the Greater Toronto Area – Brampton, Mississauga and Oakville. • State-of-the-art facilities featuring the latest technology. Sheridan offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries and services exclusively for international students. Visit www.studyatsheridan.ca to learn more!

26,000 + Total students at Sheridan

8,200 + International students

110 + Number of countries represented

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OUR CAMPUSES

Davis Campus Brampton

STUDENTS / CAMPUS IN SQ. FT.

10,800 / 1,002,707

Hazel McCallion Campus Mississauga

STUDENTS / CAMPUS IN SQ. FT.

6,600 / 331,658

Trafalgar Road Campus Oakville

STUDENTS / CAMPUS IN SQ. FT.

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Located in Brampton, one of Ontario’s fastestgrowing cities, the Davis Campus is home to our applied health, community services, engineering and technology programs. Our Davis Campus is our largest, and named after the founder of the Ontario college system, former premier William G. Davis.

Highlights

Grand and gorgeous, our Hazel McCallion Campus – or HMC as we call it – is tucked right in the heart of Canada’s sixth-largest city — Mississauga, Ontario.

Highlights

Located in the beautiful town of Oakville, our Trafalgar Road Campus is filled with energy. Its unique blend of arts, technology and humanities students provides a thriving — and diverse — atmosphere.

Highlights

• The Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies, training the next generation of manufacturing professionals. • The Centre for Healthy Communities, immersing students in realistic applied health settings. • The state-of-the-art Magna Skilled Trades Centre, home to our skilled trades and apprenticeship programs. • A three-storey library and learning commons with open space for collaboration.

• The Pilon School of Business. • Using the latest in technology to facilitate collaborative learning and simulate the modern workplace. • A new 70,000-square-foot student and athletics building. • The Institute for Creativity. • The Material ConneXion Library, an extensive collection of innovative materials set to inspire the next generation of design and architecture students. • Home to EDGE, the place where entrepreneurship and innovation thrive at Sheridan.

• Our renowned Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design. • An on-campus art gallery which showcases work by students and faculty. • Theatre Sheridan, which puts on several theatre productions every year. • The Centre for Mobile Innovation offers valuable workintegrated learning opportunities for students. Research projects focus on mobile and related technologies.

Discover our campuses online! Visit experience.sheridancollege.ca and get to know the places and spaces that make up the Sheridan experience.

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SUPPORTING STUDENT SUCCESS

At Sheridan we’re dedicated to your success, both inside and outside the classroom. Our services will help you adjust to school life and your academic program. Your success is at the centre of all that we do. We look forward to meeting you!

Accessible Learning

Scholarships

Wellness

We offer a wide range of services for students who identify as having a documented physical, sensory, learning, mental health or temporary disability. Academic Accommodation plans and services are tailored to correspond with your documentation and programspecific requirements.

At Sheridan there are several financial resources available to help support the success of our students.

Health Services offers many supports for your overall wellness. The Sheridan Health Centre offers scheduled appointments with medical doctors and daily walk-in visits with a registered nurse. You can also access lifestyle and health counselling, immunization clinics, and health care for urgent matters and minor treatments at our Health Centre. Additionally, our counsellors can assist you in identifying solutions to concerns that may be impacting your academic and personal achievement.

Gaining co-op/internship work experience We’re here to help our students acquire the work experience they need to get the careers they want. That means being there to support you as you move from the classroom to the workplace. Our team of advisers gets to know you and works closely with you to find co-op opportunities that suit your unique skills and interests. Check pages 16-27 to see if co-op or internship is available in your program. Additional academic criteria may be required for participation in co-op. coop.sheridancollege.ca

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All new international students beginning their full-time postsecondary studies (ESL excluded) in the Fall 2022 or Winter 2023 semesters in Year 1 (Term 1) will receive an entrance scholarship ranging from $1,000 to $2,000. Sheridan offers a variety of scholarships and bursaries exclusively for our current international students. Although criteria may differ for each award, recipients of scholarships and bursaries are typically students who display high academic standings, exemplary leadership skills and community involvement, as well as financial need. Visit studyatsheridan.ca to learn more.

Centre for Student Success The Centre for Student Success is your starting point for anything you might need while studying at Sheridan. You can call, email or visit our Centres across all campuses anytime you have a question, need advice or want to talk about any aspect of your Sheridan experience. We’re here to work with you to ensure you have the support you need to be successful and reach your individual potential. If there’s anything we can help you with now, please email us: askanadvisor@sheridancollege.ca


Advisement support

Tutoring Centres

Advisement has a dedicated and supportive team of advising professionals that are ready to help our international students every step of the way. Our wide range of services include:

Tutoring is available at all campuses through Library and Learning Services. You can book an appointment with a tutor through an online booking system.

• Immigration advice (i.e. study permits and temporary resident visas (TRV), co-op work permits, navigating study permit extensions, post-graduation work permits, etc.).

Learning Assistants provide

• Assistance in identifying personal and academic goals. • Assistance with course and program planning. • Clarification of Sheridan’s policies and procedures. • Working with you to identify services and resources to help you succeed (e.g. peer to peer support, financial support, social activities, cultural transition support, etc.).

tutoring to Sheridan students at no additional cost in a variety of subjects, such as English, math, architecture, interior design and decorating, accounting, finance, computer programming, chemistry, and more. Assistants are co-op students who work in the Tutoring Centres on each campus.

Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) leaders are available in a

variety of first-year courses too. PAL leaders are Sheridan students who are recommended by faculty and who help other students review notes, discuss readings, develop study skills, and prepare for tests and assignments.

Peer tutors offer course-specific

tutoring in subjects outside of those provided by the Learning Assistants. Peer tutors are Sheridan students who earn a grade of 76% or higher in the course they tutor in, and are referred by professors. tutoring.sheridancollege.ca

Practice in conversation skills, basic computing skills and presentation skills is also available in a group setting.

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BIG STUDENT LIFE

Take a moment to imagine your life at Sheridan beyond the classroom. First, take an eclectic group of creative people from all over Ontario, Canada and the world. Put them in vibrant locations near the hub of Canada’s finest urban culture. Mix together. Now consider how the possibilities for adventure — on and off campus — become large indeed. Clubs: get connected

Athletics: Beloved Bruins

Join one of over 50 official clubs organized by the Sheridan Student Union — or start your own. From interior design fans to dance lovers, ping-pongers to LGBTQ2S+ pride, engineering to music, there’s lots of choice here to get you engaged and meeting new friends. Get involved or get informed at the Sheridan Student Union’s website:

Cheer on — or play for — the “double-blue.” Fielding men’s and women’s teams in basketball, rugby, volleyball, cross country and soccer, the Sheridan Bruins compete in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA).

sheridanstudentunion.com

Fitness facilities: get pumped At Sheridan, you also have plenty of options for working out and staying fit. We offer a unique selection of athletic facilities, ranging from double gyms for basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer and badminton, to weight rooms, squash courts and outdoor fields.

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Intramurals and sports: playful possibilities Veteran or novice, casual or competitive, you have plenty of choice in Sheridan’s intramural sports leagues, including co-ed options for a great balance of sport and sociability.

Vroom, vroom Sheridan’s business and engineering communities teamed up to create Sheridan Motorsports — the governing body for Formula SAE cars. The business students brand, market and raise awareness of the sport; the engineering students design and build the cars.


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HOUSING OPTIONS

Residences: living on campus Apply early to residence – you don’t need to wait for your program acceptance! Flexible arrival dates to accommodate study permits are available. Please contact residence management directly for a personalized accommodation plan. Sheridan offers three newly-renovated on-campus residences – one at the Davis Campus and two at the Trafalgar Road Campus. • The Davis residence in Brampton houses 350 students. • The Trafalgar Road residences in Oakville collectively house 824 students. • Students attending the Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga can conveniently live at the Davis residence.

* This rendering is only an approximation of your living space in residence.

• You can utilize public transportation to travel between the three campuses.

Sheridan’s 3 residences feature:

11 Common kitchens 11 Laundry rooms

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04 Study lounges 03 Movie lounges

03 Game rooms 02 Fitness rooms


Residence features: •  Fully-furnished suites shared with one roommate. Each suite includes: +  2 separate bedrooms, each with a double bed, desk and chair, dresser, closet organizer and television. +  A kitchenette with a full-sized fridge, microwave, seating for 2 and plenty of storage. +  3-piece bathroom with plenty of storage. •  A complimentary residence package for first year international students who move into Residence at the start of the academic year. •  Safety and security – our residences are staffed 24 hours a day.

•  Resident Advisers who host multiple residence events throughout the academic year. These events are all about social interaction, community building, and educational and personal development. • Utilities • Wi-Fi • Common spaces: +  Fitness rooms +  Games rooms +  Kitchens +  Movie lounges +  Study areas

Guarantee your spot in residence for the 2022-23 academic year! • Applications are available February 1, 2022. • Program acceptance is not required to apply.* • If you’re a Year 1 student, and you apply by March 31, 2022, your acceptance into residence is guaranteed.

Residence rates Trafalgar Road: $8,535** Davis: $8,165* Note: Flexible payment plans are available. * Conditions apply. Please refer to sheridanresidence.ca **Fees based on 2022-23 rates and subject to change.

For current information and to apply to our residences: sheridanresidence.ca

Off-campus living There are a number of factors to consider before deciding where to live. If it’s your first time renting, we’re here to help. When living off-campus, your safety is an important factor to consider and plan for. It’s important to be aware of your safety in all situations, including your home. You need to plan for your own safety and the security of your personal belongings by taking simple precautions. There are many resources available to help you look for housing, including online classified ads and Homestay options. Search for the “Off-campus housing” section on the Sheridan website for more details.

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HOW TO APPLY

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Find the right program for you Research, research, research! Talk to friends, teachers, guidance counsellors, family members, colleagues — they can all help you make the right choice. sheridancollege.ca has a wealth of detailed information on all the programs we offer, the kinds of careers they lead to and how to apply. If you need help deciding which program works best for you, we have several online tools at careeradvising.sheridancollege.ca

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Check the program availability and admission requirements Admission to Sheridan can be competitive and some programs can fill quickly. Be sure to check program availability before applying through www.studyatsheridan.ca Check the admission requirements for your program of choice online or on pages 16-27. International applicants must meet the course equivalencies of the Canadian admission requirements. For full details on additional, program-specific requirements (such as portfolios or résumés), go online to sheridancollege.ca, click “Programs” and then choose the programs you’re interested in.

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Apply online and pay the application fee You can apply online at internationalapp.sheridancollege.ca You’ll need a computer with an internet connection and a credit card to pay the application fee. The “equal consideration” date for September intake is February 1, 2022 (we encourage you to apply before then). We’ll accept your application after that date provided the program is still open as indicated on our website.

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Submit your documentation Academic and other required documents can be submitted directly within the online application, or through Sheridan’s Applicant Portal after you submit your application. Please note that these documents must be accompanied by a notarized, official translation into English along with original transcript in your native language. Please merge all the pages of a document into a single PDF file before uploading. If you’re applying to a program which requires a portfolio or other supplemental assessment, instructions for these requirements will be available in Sheridan’s Applicant Portal after you submit your application. Tip: When you apply, refer to the program description after you select the program to understand if additional requirements will be applicable. e.g.

Sheridan Applicant Portal sheridancollege.force.com/applicants/s/

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I’ve applied. Now what? Monitor your application! Be sure to check your Sheridan Applicant Portal regularly to view completed and outstanding admission requirements, submit additional requirements, view application status updates and decisions, and much more. Decisions will also be communicated to you by email. If you’re offered admission to a program, you must accept your offer in your Sheridan Applicant Portal. After we receive your acceptance of our offer of admission, the invoice for your program will be available online after 2-3 business days and 4 months prior to your program start date. Please be sure to meet all deadlines for accepting your offer, paying your fees and completing the outstanding admission requirements if your offer is conditional. Information on study permits, including how to apply and processing times, is available at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada: www.cic.gc.ca

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

What you need to get where you want Undergraduate Applicants may be admitted to Sheridan as full-time students if they have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent high school diploma including one seniorlevel English or equivalent IELTS/TOEFL plus any additional required courses listed. Eligible applicants will be selected on the basis of their previous academic achievement.

Post-graduate programs To be considered for admission an applicant must have a minimum postsecondary diploma or degree. Eligible applicants are selected on the basis of previous academic achievement, and/or demonstrated experience and additional admission requirements where required.

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English proficiency All applicants to Sheridan must demonstrate competency in English and may be required to complete English testing. Sheridan recognizes valid TOEFL and IELTS scores. Applicants with a minimum of three years high school 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. Applicants from Canadian curriculum high schools outside of Canada with minimum of three years high school credits will be exempted from TOEFL/ IELTS requirements upon provision of a full transcript. * Excluding International applicants from Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico and other countries where the curriculum is not taught in English.

Successful completion of at least two years of study in an accredited college, recognized by Sheridan, in English, is sufficient to demonstrate competency in English. Successful completion of at least one year of study in an accredited university, recognized by Sheridan, or successful completion of a one-year post-graduate certificate at an accredited college, recognized by Sheridan, in English, is sufficient to demonstrate competency in English.

English Proficiency Requirements https://www.sheridancollege. ca/admissions/how-to-apply/ admission-requirements/englishlanguage

Please refer to our English Proficiency Requirements for details on the institutions recognized by Sheridan. Sheridan reserves the right to require proof of proficiency in English from any applicant, or applicants, from individual schools, school systems, regions or countries. Applicants may be required to complete English testing to demonstrate proficiency.

Sheridan recognizes the following assessments and minimum scores for admission consideration (only one (1) official result is required):

Certificate and Diploma programs*

Post-graduate & Bachelor Degree programs

Test

Required Minimum Scores

Test

Required Minimum Scores

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

iBT: overall score 80 with no individual section below 20 Paper-based: overall score 550

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

iBT: overall score 88 with no individual section below 21 Paper-based: overall score 570

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module

Overall score 6 with no individual band below 5.5

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module

Overall score 6.5 with no individual band below 6.0

PTE A (Pearson Test of English Academic)

Overall score 58 with no individual section below 49

PTE A (Pearson Test of English Academic)

Overall score 60 with no individual section below 57

Cambridge English Exams (B2 First/C1 Advanced/C2 Proficiency)

Overall Cambridge English Scale score 169 with no individual score below 162

Cambridge English Exams (B2 First/C1 Advanced/C2 Proficiency)

Overall Cambridge English Scale score 176 with no individual score below 169

Sheridan EAP (English for Academic Purposes)

70%

Sheridan EAP (English for Academic Purposes)

75%

Sheridan EPA (English Proficiency Assessment)

Listening Band – 4.0 Reading Combined Band – 4.0 Writing – CLB 7

Sheridan EPA (English Proficiency Assessment)

Listening Band – 4.5 Reading Combined Band – 4.5 Writing – CLB 8

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language)

Overall score 60 with no individual section below 50

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language)

Overall score 70 with no individual section below 60

Scores listed above will only be accepted if obtained within two years of start of term. * English proficiency requirements for the Pharmacy Technician program (PPHTO) are as follows: TOEFL 91 (21L, 25W, 23S, 22R); IELTS 6.5 Overall Band Score with no Band below 6.0.

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ALUMNI STORIES

Alia El Khadem Advertising – Account Management (2020) | Pilon School of Business After emigrating from Lebanon, where she’d worked in the banking industry for nearly a decade, Alia wanted Canadian working experience that could help her shift careers. That’s what she got during her co-op placement at Sheridan’s Entrepreneurship Discovery and Growth Engine (EDGE), where Alia researched and developed content that promoted the hub’s services, visibility and brand. “For someone like me who left her home in hopes of landing a job in advertising, EDGE supported me in my mission,” says Alia, who is now employed by Oliver Agency in Toronto as an Account Executive. “It shared my values of teamwork, contagious curiosity, passion and dedication to drive progress, and it also allowed me to wear many hats and learn on the go.”

Sarvesh Badhwar Computer Systems Technology – Software Development and Network Engineering (2020)

| Faculty of Applied Science and Technology The more opportunities Sarvesh took advantage of at Sheridan, the easier it was to find the next one. “My idea was to get a taste of everything,” says Sarvesh, who completed co-op placements with Sheridan, Deloitte Canada and RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) in addition to holding extracurricular positions as an international student representative, student senate member and Peer Mentor. “Eventually, I had gained so many different skills and experiences that it became very easy for me to get interviews with employers.” In fact, Sarvesh was offered his first job before he even graduated, securing a Technology Analyst position with international IT consulting company Accenture.

Tharindra Illangasinghe Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Plus) (2020) | Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Tharindra was certified to teach English in her native Sri Lanka, but she didn’t feel well-equipped to be an effective instructor. That changed after a year at Sheridan, where the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages graduate certificate program exposed Tharindra to different teaching approaches, gave her a better understanding of the English language and gave her valuable experience. “It was a whole new world. Just by watching my professors, I learned a lot about teaching,” says Tharindra, who spent five months working for Sheridan as a parttime English teacher after she graduated. “Before I left Sri Lanka, I applied to teach at a lot of places but did not receive a positive response from most of them. When I returned, I got called for many interviews and am now working with two reputed organizations. It really worked out for me.”

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Teenaz Javat Canadian Journalism for Internationally Trained Writers (2008) | Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design After working for five years as a print journalist in India and Pakistan, Teenaz put her career on hold when she immigrated to Canada in 1997. She spent the next eight years as a stay-at-home mom to her two children. Sheridan’s former Canadian Journalism for Internationally Trained Writers graduate certificate program helped Teenaz transition back into the field and build a network of contacts during a six-week internship at the Toronto Star. “I got a few stories with my byline published, which was definitely a door-opener,” says Teenaz. “The opportunity to work at the Star enabled me to get a toehold in the business. A month later, I was called in to interview as a casual contributor for the CBC, and I’m still there 13 years later.”

Riegel Smith Community and Justice Services (2021) | Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies Having served as a volunteer youth mentor in his native Jamaica, Riegel appreciates the value of new experiences. Even though practicums weren’t mandatory in his program during the COVID-19 pandemic, Riegel volunteered at Brampton’s Salvation Army Cuthbert House, an open custody and detention facility that helps reintegrate young males into the community. “My professor said it would look good on my résumé, and it gave me experience, built my confidence and made me more marketable,” says the former teacher. Riegel was hired as a full-time youth support supervisor at Our Place Peel, a Mississauga emergency youth shelter, shortly after he graduated. “I interviewed for a support worker role, but they ended up offering me a supervisor position after seeing my experience and the way I spoke and conducted myself.”

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Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD) Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD) is the largest art school in Canada. Highly visible on Broadway, during Oscar-nomination season, and in the art and design world, our successful alumni are living proof that we know how to turn your creativity into a compelling career.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Certificates – 1 year Art Fundamentals

TR

Sept/Jan

$18,967

Media Fundamentals

TR

Sept/Jan

$18,327

Performing Arts – Preparation

TR

Sept

$19,471

Interior Decorating*

HMC

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Visual Art, minimum grade applies. Applicants who are unable to complete the Visual Art credit requirement must submit a portfolio. See our website for details. (MP)

$19,169

Journalism*

TR

Sept

(MP)

$22,942

Makeup for Media and Creative Arts*

TR

Sept/Jan

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Technical Production for the Performing Arts Industry

TR

Sept

An application package consisting of a letter of intent, responses to a résumé questionnaire, and two letters of reference.

Visual and Creative Arts*

TR

Sept

Visual Merchandising Arts*

HMC

Sept

Art and Art History (Honours Bachelor of Arts)

TR + UTM

Sept

Applicants must meet the admission requirements of University of Toronto Mississauga. There is no separate application to Sheridan.

Joint program with UTM

Communication, Culture, Information and Technology

TR + UTM

Sept

Applicants must meet the admission requirements of University of Toronto Mississauga. There is no separate application to Sheridan.

Joint program with UTM

Honours Bachelor of Animation

TR

Sept

Senior-level Visual Art and portfolio. Minimum GPA applies.

$30,087

Honours Bachelor of Craft and Design (Ceramics, Furniture, Glass, Industrial Design, Multidisciplinary, Textiles)

TR

Sept

• •

Senior-level Visual Art, minimum GPA applies. Applicants who are unable to complete the Visual Art credit must submit a portfolio. See our website for details.

$19,525

Honours Bachelor of Experiential Design

TR

Sept

Minimum GPA applies.

$22,065

Honours Bachelor of Film and Television

TR

Sept

Minimum GPA applies. Creative Project and subsequent discussion with faculty panel or questionnaire response. Refer to the additional admission requirement sheet. (MP)

$27,466

Honours Bachelor of Game Design

TR

Sept

Senior-level Visual Art, Senior-level Math and portfolio. Minimum GPA applies.

$20,829

Honours Bachelor of Illustration

TR

Sept

Senior-level Visual Art and portfolio.Minimum GPA applies.

$27,489

Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design

TR

Sept

• •

Senior-level Visual Art. Minimum GPA applies.

$20,857

Honours Bachelor of Interior Design

HMC

Sept

Senior-level Math, minimum grade applies. Minimum GPA applies and a portfolio. (MP)

$23,157

Diplomas – 2 - 3 years

$19,155 $19,402 $19,003

$18,796

Degrees – 4 years

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Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance

TR

Sept

Comprehensive audition. Minimum GPA applies.

Honours Bachelor of Photography

TR

Sept

Senior-level Visual Art. Minimum GPA applies. Response to a $26,227 questionnaire, participation in an information session and a portfolio.

Theatre and Drama Studies (Honours Bachelor of Arts)

TR + UTM

Sept

Applicants must meet the admission requirements of University of Toronto Mississauga plus audition at Sheridan.

Joint program with UTM

Postsecondary diploma or degree and/or related work and/or educational experience. In some cases, a Letter of Intent, Letter of Employment and portfolio may be required.

$24,801 3-term program

$36,290

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics and Props

TR

Sept

Computer Animation

TR

Sept

A postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,337 3-term program

Digital Creature Animation – Technical Direction

TR

Sept

Sheridan’s Computer Animation program or equivalent and a postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,853 3-term program

Digital Product Design

TR

Sept

Please refer to our website.

$25,353

Game Level Design

TR

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree, or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience and portfolio.

$25,452 3-term program

Journalism – New Media

TR

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree and portfolio, including Letter of Intent and résumé. (MP)

$23,693

Music Scoring for Screen and Stage

TR

Sept

Public Relations – Corporate Communications

TR

Sept

Visual Effects

TR

Sept

Campus codes TR

Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

HMC

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

UTM

University of Toronto Mississauga

Music-related postsecondary diploma or degree with minimum 2.5 $29,323 GPA and/or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience (5 years) and letter of intent, reference letters and portfolio.

Postsecondary diploma or degree and/or previous work and/or $22,308 educational experience in the communications field. Written statement of intent, three writing samples (published or unpublished) résumé (including computer skills and volunteer work). Sheridan’s Computer Animation program or equivalent, and a postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,853 3-term program

Additional codes *

(2 years) Diploma program only

(MP) Mobile program - laptop required

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships)

Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee. 2022-23 International Viewbook | 17


Pilon School of Business (PSB) In the Pilon School of Business, we encourage you to approach business differently. Using your intelligence and creativity, our programs hone your entrepreneurial thinking skills and your capacity for responsible risk-taking. The Pilon School of Business embraces the educational standards of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), of which we are a member. These standards emphasize social responsibility and ethics which are an integral part of your courses — and all Sheridan Business advanced diploma and degree programs.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Diplomas – 2 - 3 years Advertising and Marketing Communications – Management

HMC

Sept/Jan

Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$18,004

Business

D+ HMC

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$17,989

Business/Business Administration – Accounting

D+ HMC

Sept/Jan

p

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies Co-op requires overall GPA of 70%. (MP)

$17,989

Business/Business Administration – Finance

D+ HMC

Sept/Jan

p

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. Co-op requires overall GPA of 70%. (MP)

$17,989

Business/Business Administration – Human Resources

D+ HMC

Sept/Jan

p

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. Co-op requires overall GPA of 70%. (MP)

$17,989

Business/Business Administration – Marketing

D+ HMC

Sept/Jan

p

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. Co-op requires overall GPA of 70%. (MP)

$17,989

Office Administration – Executive*

HMC

Sept/Jan

• •

(MP)

$17,876

Office Administration – Health Services*

HMC

Sept/Jan

(MP)

$17,876

Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Senior–level Math. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$18,523

Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resources Management)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing Management)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Supply Chain Management)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Degrees – 4 years

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Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Advertising – Account Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,232

Business Analysis and Process Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,567

Creative Industries Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree in any discipline or equivalent or demonstrated competence through related work, and/or educational experience. Refer to our website for mandatory additional admission requirements.

$17,601

Human Resources Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree. A résumé, cover letter and a brief $20,240 paper describing two accomplishments that illustrate the applicant’s suitability for a career in Human Resources. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

International Business Management

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$19,727

Marketing Management

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,225

Professional Accounting

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree. A résumé and cover letter. Applicants with international credentials need to confirm with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada regarding the acceptance of their degree for entry into the Professional Education Program. Applicants are advised to visit the CPA website for more information. (MP)

$19,791 3-term program

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$21,231

Project Management

HMC

May

Sept

Post-graduate Certificate Bundles (2 year) International students can apply for two consecutive graduate certificate programs at the same time, in order to create a two-year Post-graduate Certificate Bundle. Choose from a selection of Sheridan's graduate certificate bundles where you may qualify for a three-year postgraduate work permit.

Campus codes D

Davis (Brampton)

HMC

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

How to apply

1

Apply through Sheridan’s International Student application portal: internationalapp.sheridancollege.ca

2

Choose one of the pre-packaged certificate bundles.

Additional codes *

(2 years) Diploma program only

(MP) Mobile program - laptop required

• p

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships) Co-op available for our Business programs are only available in September at HMC.

Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee. 2022-23 International Viewbook | 19


Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (FAST) The acronym for Sheridan’s Faculty of Applied Science and Technology is FAST. Informed by close collaboration with top industry and postsecondary partners, a FAST education places you at the cutting edge of emerging industry trends. We know what employers want because we work directly with them. And so will you, as the majority of students get the opportunity to work directly with employers and industry partners.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Work

Additional admission requirements (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Certificates – 1 year Electrical Techniques

D

Sept/Jan /May

$18,667

Mechanical Techniques – Plumbing

D

Sept/Jan /May

$18,402

Mechanical Techniques – Tool & Die Maker

D

Sept/Jan

$18,727

Technology Fundamentals

D

Sept

$17,896

Welding Techniques

D

Sept/Jan /May

$8,637

Architectural Technician* /Technology

HMC

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$18,150

Chemical Engineering Technology

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math and Chemistry.

$18,060

Chemical Engineering Technology – Environmental

D

Sept/Jan

• •

Senior-level Math and Chemistry.

$18,060

Chemical Laboratory Technician*

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math and Chemistry.

$18,060

Computer Engineering Technician*/Technology

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,444

Computer Programming*

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$17,920

Computer Systems Technician – Information Technology Infrastructure and Services

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,443

Computer Systems Technician – Software Engineering*

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$17,930

Computer Systems Technology – Information Systems Engineering

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$17,928

Computer Systems Technology – Software Development and Network Engineering

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$17,930

Electrical Engineering Technician*

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math

$18,667

Electromechanical Engineering Technician*/Technology

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,496

Electronics Engineering Technician*/Technology

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,434

Environmental Technician*

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math and Chemistry.

$18,060

Internet Communications Technology

TR (Yr 1-3)

Sept

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,000

D (Yr 1) TR (Yr 2-3)

Jan

Mechanical Engineering Technician*/Technology

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,496

Mechanical Engineering Technician*/Technology – Design

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. (MP)

$18,496

Diplomas – 2 - 3 years

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Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

Mechanical Technician – Tool Making*

D

Sept/Jan

Plumbing Technician*

D

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math.

Welding and Fabrication Technician*

D

Sept/Jan

• •

2022-23 $18,727 $18,402 $18,637

Degrees – 4 years Bachelor of Computing and Network Communications (Honours) – Internet Communications Technology

TR + BR Sept

Applicants must meet the admission requirements of Brock University. There is no separate application to Sheridan. (MP)

Joint program with Brock University

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

D

Sept

Two senior-level pure Math courses with minimum 70% in each (Calculus, Advanced Functions, or equivalent) and Physics or Chemistry. Minimum 70% overall average. (MP)

$21,788

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

D

Sept

Two senior-level pure Math courses with minimum 70% in each (Calculus, Advanced functions, or equivalent) and Physics or Chemistry. Minimum 70% overall average. (MP)

$21,968

Honours Bachelor of Information Sciences (Cyber Security)

TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math and Science or Computer Science or Computer Engineering Technology. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$21,732

Honours Bachelor of Computer Science (Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Game Engineering, Network Engineering)

TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$20,978

Honours Bachelor of Applied Computer Science (Mobile Computing)

TR

Sept/Jan

Senior-level Math and Science or Computer Science or Computer Engineering Technology. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$19,566

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Advanced Manufacturing Management

D

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree in science or engineering. A résumé with at least one year of industrial experience is required. Post-secondary qualifications from another discipline requires at least three years of industrial experience. Some basic exposure to a CAD system would be an asset.

$21,338

Environmental Control

D

Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree in science or engineering, plus either 1 postsecondary degree first year Chemistry (minimum 60%) or 1 second year diploma level Chemistry course (minimum 60%).

$23,398

Game Development – Advanced Programming

TR

Sept

Post-secondary diploma or degree in computer science/ programming. Additional requirements apply.

$27,209 3-term program

Interactive Media Management

TR

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience and response to a questionnaire and portfolio. Students are expected to have computer literacy skills prior to admission.

$23,435

Internet of Things and Machine Intelligence

D

May/Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree in engineering, science, information technology, computer science and/or acceptable combination of related work experience and postsecondary education (as determined by the college). (MP)

$16,913

Quality Assurance – Manufacturing and Management

D

Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree, in science of engineering and a postsecondary Math with a minimum grade of 60%.

$20,088

Urban Design

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree or equivalent in studies related to the “built environment”. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required.

$16,771

Campus codes and additional codes continued on page 23. Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee.

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Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies (FAHCS) In the Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies (FAHCS), we’re committed to positive change in our schools, in our health care system and in our communities — just like you. Training tomorrow’s citizen-leaders means providing you with an education that engages. It means offering you vital experiences in the classroom, practice-based learning and applied research that gets you ready to take on new opportunities in an ever-changing world. Your learning integrates theory with practice, knowledge with social innovation, and life skills with scholarship. Our programs deliver a unique student experience that inspires your creative problem-solving skills and the impact you have on our local communities — and global society.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Certificates – 1 year

• •

Animal Care

D

Sept/Jan

Personal Support Worker

D

Sept/Jan

Child and Youth Care

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Community and Justice Services*

D

Sept/Jan

Early Childhood Education*

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Early Childhood Education – Intensive

D + TR

Sept

Educational Support *

TR

Sept

Educational Support – Fast Track Intensive

TR

Sept

Investigation – Public and Private*

D

Sept/Jan

Paralegal*

D

Sept/Jan

Pharmacy Technician*

D

Sept/ May

Police Foundations*

D

Sept/Jan

Practical Nursing*

D

Sept/Jan /May

Social Service Worker*

D + TR

Sept/Jan

Social Service Worker – Gerontology*

D + TR

Sept

• •

Veterinary Technician*

D

Sept

Senior-level Chemistry or Biology.

$18,299 $18,910

Diplomas – 2 - 3 years

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• • • • • • • • •

$17,897 $17,890 (MP)

$17,882

Postsecondary diploma and/or degree with related courses, and/or $16,919 demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience. In some cases, applicants may be required to submit confirmation and verification of volunteer/paid hours working in early learning. A credential evaluation may also be requested. (MP) (MP)

$17,902

Postsecondary diploma/degree and/or relevant work experience (résumé). (MP)

$18,175

(MP)

$17,936

Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$17,902

Senior-level Math minimum of 70% and Biology and Chemistry. English proficiency requirements for this program are as follows: TOEFL 91 (21L, 25W, 23S, 22R); IELTS 6.5 Overall band score with no band below 6.0.

$18,069

$17,926

Senior-level Math minimum of 70% and Biology and Chemistry, plus pre-admission test (Health Occupation Aptitude Exam).

$22,802 $17,887 $17,897

Senior-level Math, Biology and Chemistry, plus pre-admission test (Health Occupation Aptitude Exam).

$18,988


Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Degrees – 4 years Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Athletic Therapy)

D

Sept

Senior-level Biology and Physics or Chemistry or Math. Minimum $26,544 GPA applies. Must complete 100 hours of volunteer work with an athletic therapist or sports physiotherapist and attend an information session.

Honours Bachelor of Community Safety

D

Sept

Minimum GPA applies.

Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences (Kinesiology and Health Promotion)

D

Sept

Senior-level Biology and Physics or Chemistry or Math. Minimum GPA $26,396 applies.

$16,929

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Clinical Kinesiology

D

Sept

Postsecondary 4-year Honours Baccalaureate degree in Kinesiology, Human Kinetics, Physical Education or a related field. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$17,721

Clinical Research

V

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree in life science or health science or a related field. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required. (MP)

$17,526

Regulatory Affairs

V

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree or equivalent in $17,526 a health, science, engineering, or related field. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required. (MP)

Campus codes D

Davis (Brampton)

TR

Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

HMC

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

BR

Brock University

V

Virtual (Remote Learning)

Additional codes *

(2 years) Diploma program only

(MP) Mobile program - laptop required

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships)

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships)

Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee. 2022-23 International Viewbook | 23


Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS) In the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS), you’ll join a vibrant, interdisciplinary community that gives you a transformative and eclectic educational experience. We offer programs in Communication and Literary Studies, Humanities and Social and Life Sciences, and pride ourselves on delivering curriculum that’s creative, current and relevant. Plus, you get a wide range of subjects from which to choose: literature, creative writing, popular culture, history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, science and more.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Certificates – 1 year English Language Studies (ESL)

TR+ HMC

Jan/Mar May/July Sept/Nov

$3,634

General Arts & Science – University D+TR Profile (1 or 2 year option) TR

Sept Jan

$17,892

Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees

D

Sept/Jan

HMC

Sept

Senior-level Math

$17,969

Minimum GPA applies. Creative writing sample. (MP)

$17,952

Please refer to the Sheridan website.

$17,660

Degrees – 4 years Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing and Publishing

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Plus)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Campus codes

Additional codes

D

Davis (Brampton)

(MP) Mobile program - laptop required

TR

Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

HMC

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships)

Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee. 24 | Sheridan


English as a Second Language (ESL) Sheridan offers full-time, intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for students who want to improve their English skills. The program features: • Five levels of instruction: Foundation, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Advanced and English for Academic Purposes (EAP). EAP can provide students with a conditional acceptance into a diploma, degree or post-graduate certificate at Sheridan. • Students will be placed in the appropriate level based on their choice of TOEFL, IELTS or Sheridan’s on-campus placement test. ESL sessions – except for EAP level – last seven weeks (25 hours of study/ week) and cost $3,634CDN.

ESL STUDENTS

This includes tuition, health insurance and use of the computer lab. EAP level is a 14-week continuous session. Tuition fees are equal to two modules. Upon successful completion of all the courses in the English for Academic Purposes program (including a General Education course), students will receive a General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate. Successful graduates can apply to other programs at Sheridan with no further testing required for the English proficiency requirement if overall GPA is 70% (for certificate and diploma programs) and 75% (for degree or graduate certificate programs). Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Plus) PTESL and Pharmacy Technician PPHTO are excluded.

Choose the start time that works best for you! Program begins: • May 9, 2022 • July 4, 2022 • September 6, 2022 • October 31, 2022 • January 9, 2023 Courses include: • Listening and speaking • Reading and writing • Grammar • Vocabulary • Note-taking strategies • Pronunciation • Business communication • Computer applications • Language lab time

Sheridan ESL Level placement (Each level is 14-weeks long and comprised of (2) 7-week modules, except for EAP. Students must complete both modules to complete a level.)

Level

IELTS Academic

TOEFL IBT (internet-based Test) TOEFL iBT Home Edition

iTEP Academic

Foundation

1.5- 2.5 (lowest skill at 1.5)

<32 (no score below 6)

1.0-1.4 (no score lower than 1.0)

Pre-intermediate

3.0-3.5 (lowest skill at 3.0)

32 (no score below 8)

1.5-1.9 (no score lower than 1.5)

Intermediate

4.0-4.5 (lowest skill at 4.0)

34 (no score below 12)

2.0-2.9 (no score lower than 2.0)

Advanced

5.0 (lowest skill at 5.0)

45 (no score below 14)

3.0-3.4 (no score lower than 3.0)

EAP

5.5- 6.0 (lowest skill at 5.5)

59 (no score below 18)

3.5-3.6 (no score lower than 3.5)

Notes •S tudents are placed in an ESL level according to their lowest individual skills score either in their IELTS Academic or TOEFL scores. For example, if a student has an IELTS Academic 5.0 for Speaking and Listening, an IELTS Academic 4.5 for Reading and an IELTS Academic 4.0 for Writing, the student will be placed in the Intermediate level. •Y our test scores should be valid no more than 2 years before the start of the term.

• TOEFL iBT Home Edition and iTEP Academic are accepted up to Spring/Summer 2023 semester only, until further notice. • Our ESL program is offered at our Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville and our Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga. • EAP level is only offered in January, May and September. • Late arriving students may be subject to campus transfers due to seat availability.

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Post-graduate certificates These programs are one-year post-graduate programs that generally require applicants to hold a postsecondary diploma or degree. They offer you the opportunity to further hone your skills and obtain practical experience that will help gain a competitive edge in the job market.

Program

Campus Start date(s)

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Post-graduate certificates – 1 year Advanced Manufacturing Management

D

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree in science or engineering. A résumé with at least one year of industrial experience is required. Post-secondary qualifications from another discipline requires at least three years of industrial experience. Some basic exposure to a CAD system would be an asset.

$21,338

Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics and Props

TR

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree and/or related work and/or educational experience. In some cases, a Letter of Intent, Letter of Employment and portfolio may be required.

$24,801 3-term program

Advertising – Account Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,232

Business Analysis and Process Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,567

Clinical Kinesiology

D

Sept

Postsecondary 4-year Honours Baccalaureate degree in Kinesiology, Human Kinetics, Physical Education or a related field. Minimum GPA applies. (MP)

$17,721

Clinical Research

V

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree in life science or health science or a related field. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required. (MP)

$17,526

Computer Animation

TR

Sept

A postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,337 3-term program

Creative Industries Management

HMC

Sept

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree in any discipline or equivalent or demonstrated competence through related work, and/or educational experience. Refer to our website for mandatory additional admission requirements.

$17,601

Digital Creature Animation – Technical Direction

TR

Sept

Sheridan’s Computer Animation program or equivalent and a postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,853 3-term program

Digital Product Design

TR

Sept

Please refer to our website.

$25,353

Environmental Control

D

Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree in science or engineering, plus either 1 postsecondary degree first year Chemistry (minimum 60%) or 1 second year diploma level Chemistry course (minimum 60%).

$23,398

Game Development – Advanced Programming

TR

Sept

Post-secondary diploma or degree in computer science/ programming. Additional requirements apply.

$27,209 3-term program

Game Level Design

TR

Sept

Postsecondary diploma or degree, or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience and portfolio.

$25,452 3-term program

Human Resources Management

HMC

Sept

Interactive Media Management

TR

Sept

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Postsecondary diploma or degree. A résumé, cover letter and a brief $20,240 paper describing two accomplishments that illustrate the applicant’s suitability for a career in Human Resources. Minimum GPA applies. (MP) Postsecondary diploma or degree or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience and response to a questionnaire and portfolio. Students are expected to have computer literacy skills prior to admission.

$23,435


Program

Campus Start date(s)

International Business Management

HMC

Sept/Jan

Internet of Things and Machine Intelligence

D

May/Jan

Journalism – New Media

TR

Sept

Marketing Management

HMC

Sept/Jan

Music Scoring for Screen and Stage

TR

Sept

Music-related postsecondary diploma or degree with minimum 2.5 $29,323 GPA and/or demonstrated competence through related work and/or educational experience (5 years) and letter of intent, reference letters and portfolio.

Professional Accounting

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree. A résumé and cover letter. Applicants with international credentials need to confirm with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada regarding the acceptance of their degree for entry into the Professional Education Program. Applicants are advised to visit the CPA website for more information. (MP)

$19,791 3-term program

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$21,231

May

Field Additional admission requirements Work (excluding High School Diploma and English or equivalent)

2022-23

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$19,727

Postsecondary diploma or degree in engineering, science, information technology, computer science and/or acceptable combination of related work experience and postsecondary education (as determined by the college). (MP)

$16,913

Postsecondary diploma or degree and portfolio, including Letter of Intent and résumé. (MP)

$23,693

Postsecondary diploma or degree. (MP)

$20,225

• • •

Project Management

HMC

Sept

Public Relations – Corporate Communications

TR

Sept

Quality Assurance – Manufacturing and Management

D

Jan

Postsecondary diploma or degree, in science of engineering and a postsecondary Math with a minimum grade of 60%.

Regulatory Affairs

V

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree or equivalent in $17,526 a health, science, engineering, or related field. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required. (MP)

TESOL PLUS (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

HMC

Sept/Jan

Please refer to the Sheridan website.

$17,660

Urban Design

HMC

Sept/Jan

Postsecondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree or equivalent in studies related to the “built environment”. Minimum GPA applies. Supplemental submission required.

$16,771

Visual Effects

TR

Sept

Sheridan’s Computer Animation program or equivalent, and a postsecondary diploma or degree in the visual or fine arts and/or four years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience and portfolio and Letter of Intent and résumé.

$24,853 3-term program

Postsecondary diploma or degree and/or previous work and/or $22,308 educational experience in the communications field. Written statement of intent, three writing samples (published or unpublished) résumé (including computer skills and volunteer work).

Campus codes

Additional codes

D

Davis (Brampton)

(MP) Mobile program - laptop required

TR

Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

HMC

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

V

Virtual (Remote Learning)

$20,088

Field Work (this includes field placements, co-ops and internships)

Fees shown are for one academic year (two terms). Fees for subsequent terms are not reflected on this chart. Fees include tuition, health insurance and ancillary charges. Note: Fees based on 2021-22 and are subject to change. Fees are quoted in Canadian dollars (subject to change without notice). 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 co-op work term fee. 2022-23 International Viewbook | 27


LOCATIONS

Toronto is Canada’s biggest city and cultural capital. It’s vibrant. It’s eclectic. It’s amazing. And it’s very close to all Sheridan campuses — easily accessible by car or transit.

Brampton 1 Toronto Airport

Toronto

2 Mississauga 3 Oakville Lake Ontario

1

Davis Campus Brampton

2

Hazel McCallion Campus Mississauga

3

Trafalgar Road Campus Oakville

International tuition payments: CIBC Making tuition payments is faster and easier than ever before. With the CIBC International Student Pay secure online portal, you can now pay your student fees in your preferred currency1 from anywhere in the world at any time.

Send tuition in 4 easy steps

1

Log in Access the CIBC International Student Pay secure web portal through Sheridan College’s website: cibc.sheridancollege.ca

2

Provide payment details Once you enter the CIBC International Student Pay platform, simply enter the tuition amount in Canadian dollars, then identify your preferred country. You’ll be shown the amount required in your preferred currency to pay your student fees in Canadian dollars based on the competitive FX rate CIBC is providing Sheridan. This quoted exchange rate is locked in for 72 hours2 – this means no currency fluctuations during that period as you finalize your transaction.

3

Enter payer details Enter a few payer details – whether it’s you, your parents or an agent acting on your behalf. Carefully review the terms and conditions provided by CIBC, and when ready, click “Accept” and “Submit.”

4

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You’ll receive a confirmation email when Sheridan receives your payment. A Sheridan fees receipt will be posted on mystudentcentre. 1

You can make arrangements to pay your fees in your preferred currency.

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This quoted exchange rate is locked in for 72 hours.


All of Sheridan’s campuses are 100% tobacco and smoke free. This policy prohibits the use of tobacco, cannabis, vaping, e-cigarettes and/or smokeless tobacco anywhere on Sheridan property.

All information provided is current as of publication and is subject to change; Sheridan Communications, Public Affairs and Marketing, April 2022. WF# 582707


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