I am coming from another college or university

Many students from other post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the globe choose Sheridan as their destination for continuing their academic studies. Check out the options below.

Online Courses

Sheridan offers more than 200 courses online, allowing you to study when and where it's most convenient for you.

Sheridan Online Credit Transfer Service

Want to come to Sheridan from another institution? Through our innovative Online Advanced Standing application process you can transfer credits earned elsewhere to your Sheridan program of study. Once you have applied and paid your fees, you can access myPathways, an online service that enables Sheridan students to see what previous learning credits can be applied to their current program of study.

Sheridan Transfer (Articulation) Agreements

Partnerships you can count on.

Once you have come to Sheridan from another college or university, as a Sheridan student you can explore our partnerships with other universities and colleges from around the world. Remember that a Sheridan diploma may lead to admission into university degree programs. You may also be able to get credit for some of your Sheridan courses if you decide to continue your studies at another institution.


Visit ONTransfer.ca for a guide to credit transfers between colleges and universities in Ontario including Sheridan’s Transfer Agreements (Articulation Agreements).

International Students

Need advice on selecting the career-oriented program that's right for you, plus information on admission requirements, registration and study permits? Sheridan’s International Centre provides you with all the necessary information to apply to Sheridan.

Graduate Certificates

Consider enhancing your postsecondary credential by taking a post-graduate program at Sheridan. Our Ontario College Graduate Certificates offer a time-efficient way of developing industry-specific skills and adding a valuable credential to your academic resume.

Career Planning/Employment Outcomes

Sheridan offers in-person workshops using self-directed online tools developed at Sheridan and one-on-one advising with our Student Recruitment Advisors as well, to help you explore career options and find programs best suited to you.

Once you become a Sheridan student, the Career Centre has staff and resources to help plan your continuing education, identify your areas of interest and get ready to find employment. You can choose to see an Employment Consultant or Career Counsellor in person, attend a career education event or access our online resources to get you started.

Internationally Trained Individuals (ITIs)

Add a Canadian credential to your international education and experience. At Sheridan we welcome applications from internationally trained individuals. Consider enhancing credentials from your home country by taking a Sheridan Graduate Certificate Program. Please visit our Admissions page before applying. For language training programs please visit our Newcomers page.