Q1. When can I apply?
A. You can apply at any time throughout the year. However, our applications deadlines are February 1 for our September and May intakes, and October 1 for our January intake.
Q2. What is Sheridan's TOEFL institution code?
A. Sheridan's TOEFL institution code is 9117.
Q3. Do I need to send my TOEFL or IELTS score with my application?
A. You can provide us with this at a later date, however until received your acceptance would be conditional.
Q4. What should I do if my academic documents are not in English?
A. If your academic documents are not in English, you must provide a notarized English translation.
Q5. What do I do after receiving my letter of acceptance?
A. Once you receive your letter of acceptance you will need to contact the nearest Canadian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission to apply for your student visa authorization. For more information please visit www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp
Q6. Is the health insurance that is provided through Sheridan mandatory?A.
Yes, it is mandatory and included in your tuition fees.
Q7. Do you have a homestay program?
A.If you are interested in a homestay program, Sheridan refers students to Homestay Connection at www.homestayconnection.ca or Golden Source International Inc. at www.goldensource.ca
Q8. Is there any scholarships/awards or financial assistance available to international students?
A. Yes. Please see current information at scholarship/awards , For countries that offer their citizens loans for studying abroad visit:
Norway : www.lanekassen.no
Sweden : www.csn.se
United States : www.fafsa.ed.gov
Q9. What is the average tuition cost for an international student in a diploma, post-graduate or degree program?
A. The full-time fees for diploma, post-graduate and degree programs range from $11,000-$22,000 CDN per academic year (two terms). Specific tuition costs for the program in which you are interested can be obtained at Tuition Fees
Q10. Can I work in Canada while I'm attending Sheridan?
A. Yes, you are allowed to work on campus while you are studying. You may also be eligible for a off-campus work permit after studying full-time for six months with a minimum GPA average of 2.0. You can also apply for a work permit if your program of study has a (cooperative education option). After you complete your program you are eligible to apply for a post-graduate work permit within 90 days of program completion. For more information please visit www.cic.gc.ca
Q11. Can I apply online?
A. Yes. We recommend that you apply directly to the International Centre online at International Application. If you are applying to more than one college, you may apply through the Ontario College Application Service at www.ocas.on.ca.