A hallway at Sheridan's Hazel McCallion Campus

International Application: How to Apply

Get help with your application

  • Sheridan offers more than 140 programs across five Faculties. Choose from certificates, diplomas, degrees and post-graduate certificates — all designed to set you up for success in your career and life. Find the program that's the best fit for you.

  • Admission to Sheridan can be competitive and some programs fill quickly. Check program availability before you apply to make sure there is still space in your program(s) of choice.

    Admission requirements vary depending on your program of interest. Please check your program page to make sure you meet the specific requirements outlined there. International applicants must meet the course equivalencies of the Canadian admission requirements.

  • Apply online through Sheridan's International Application Portal.

    You'll need a computer with an internet connection and a credit card to pay the application fee.

  • Academic and other required documents can be submitted directly within the online application, or through Sheridan's applicant portal after you submit your application.

    These documents must be accompanied by a notarized, official translation into English along with an original transcript in your native language. Please merge all the pages of a document into a single PDF file before uploading.

    If you're applying to a program that requires a portfolio or other supplemental assessment, instructions for these requirements will be available in Sheridan's applicant portal after you submit your application.

  • Monitor your application. Be sure to check your Sheridan applicant portal regularly to view completed and outstanding admission requirements, submit additional documentation, view application status updates and decisions, and more.

    Decisions will be communicated to you by email. If you're offered admission to a program, you must accept your offer in your Sheridan applicant portal.

    Make sure you meet all deadlines for accepting your offer, paying your fees and completing the outstanding admission requirements if your offer is conditional.

    Information on study permits, including how to apply and processing times, is available on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website.

Cookies help us improve your website experience.
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.