Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

  • 60
    Acceptance Rate
  • 68
    Available Programs
  • 23000
  • 21000
    Average Cost
  • 94
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


Sheridan offers an environmetn of innovetion and creativity that inspires people to explore new ways of thinking. From its vibrant, diverse campuses to its rigorous programs and commitment to practical, experiental learning, there - at a glance - are few of the hallmarks that set Sheridan apart.

Entry requirements

All Sheridan programs are taught in English. You'll need strong English communication, listening, comprehension, reading and writing skills to be successful in your program of study.
All applicants to Sheridan must demonstrate English-language proficiency.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 88 (21L,W,S,R) iBT (Internet-based TOEFL) or 570 Paper-based
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module 6.5 – Overall Band Score with no Band below 6.0
PTE A (Pearson Test of English Academic) 60 – Overall Minimum Score (57L,W,S,R)
FCE (Cambridge English: First) 176 – Cambridge English Scale or FCE A
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced) 180 – Cambridge English Scale or CAE C
CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency) 200 – Cambridge English Scale or CPE C
Sheridan EAP (English for Academic Purposes) 75%
Sheridan EPA (English Proficiency Assessment) 4.5 – Listening Band, 4.5 – Reading Combined Band, CLB 8 - Writing

Scholarship & funding

Sheridan offers a variety of scholarships and bursaries exclusively for international students. Although criteria 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.



Student life

Faculty members, academic advisors, and staff speak to the differentiated learning experience that students can expect when they enter the GAS program, including: building a strong academic foundation; study and time-management skills; flexible course selection; small class sizes; experiential learning opportunities; and personalized academic advising