At Sheridan international Students can benefit from a variety of Applied Bachelor's Degrees, Diplomas, Certificate and Graduate Certificates that may vary in duration from 1 to 4 years of studies in the following Faculties:
Arts, Animation and Design
Applied Health and Community Studies
Applied Science and Technology
Pilon School of Business
Human Studies and Social Science
On the other hand Sheridan is one Ontario's most recognized College located in three small cities very close to Toronto, Brampton, Mississauga and Oakville.
Starting with Mississauga home of Toronto's Pearson Airport and Canada sixth-largest city, it offers a beautiful student life surrounded by beaches, marina, parks and trails for great outdoors entertainment. The Gallery for Emerging Youth Artist is great for those interested in art or the Celebration Square for concerts and the Festival of Cultures, which is the largest multicultural festival in Ontario.
Oakville is 30 minutes from downtown Toronto and only an hour's drive from Niagara Falls. It's an appealing place, from the old-world feel of downtown to multicultural Kerr Village to the waterfront Village of Bronte. Restaurants, cafés and galleries fill the downtown core, which also hosts the Oakville Jazz Festival during the summer.
Brampton is fast becoming known as a creative and cultural hub in the Greater Toronto Area. Young and diverse, Brampton boasts 175 ethnic backgrounds and a great mix of restaurants, boutiques and festivals. With plenty of lakes, beaches, and parks, and 267 km of trails, there are also hundreds of reasons to get outside.
All three are campuses are very attractive for international students, the question is where would you like to study during your stay in Canada?
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