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Sheridan College (Ontario)


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  • Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is a public polytechnic institute founded in 1967 named Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology.
  • The College is a premier diploma and degree-granting College in Ontario, Canada. The College is home to over 23,000 full-time students and 16,950 continuing education students from over 110 countries.
  • Sheridan College offers more than 120 programmes, comprising 26-degree programmes in five faculties. It has around 500 professional and continuing education programmes. Certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, and bachelor's degrees are among the courses available to students.

Faculty and Schools

  • Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD)
  • Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies (FAHCS)
  • Faculty of Applied Science & Technology (FAST)
  • Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (FHASS)
  • Pilon School of Business (PSB)

Research Centres

  • Canadian Music Theatre Project (CMTP)
  • Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies
  • Centre for Elder Research
  • Centre for Mobile Innovation
  • Screen Industries Research & Training Centre (SIRT)

Why Study at Sheridan College?

  • Sheridan College's world-class programmes and exceptional professors have driven the College to the forefront of study in fields ranging from creative studies to digital innovation.
  • Sheridan offers five unique research institutes specialized in music theatre, elder research, advanced manufacturing, design technologies, mobile innovation, screen industries research, and an innovation hub that promotes extraordinary research activities with over 400 business partners.
  • The Sheridan's College's alumni are Academy and Emmy Award winners in the fields of animation and creative arts, awarding it the title as "Harvard of Animation" or "Disney North."
  • All three campuses of Sheridan College - Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga are close to Canada's big-city - The Greater Toronto Area.


  • Sheridan College has three campuses Davis Campus (Brampton), Trafalgar Road Campus (Oakville) and Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga). All campuses are creative to encourage a healthy learning environment.
  • The Davis campus is located in Brampton, and the largest campus of Sheridan College offers programs in community services, engineering, applied health and technology programs.
  • The College's Hazel McCallion campus is nestled in Canada's sixth-largest city, mid of Mississauga, Ontario. The campus is home to Pilon School of Business.
  • The Trafalgar Road Campus, located in Oakville city, has a vibrant and lively campus. It is home to the Faculty of animation, Arts and Design.


  • Animation and Illustration
  • Film and Design
  • Business
  • Applied Computing
  • Engineering Technology
  • Community Studies
  • Game Design
  • Journalism


  • Sheridan College offers entrance scholarships based on academic achievements, leadership skills and involvement in community services. The scholarships are offered program wise.


The College offers accommodations on campus that are convenient and affordable at the same time.

Davis and Trafalgar campus offers residence buildings with modern housing.