mobile navigation Sheridan confirms that the provincial government has passed legislation to end the college strike. Academic employees will return to Sheridan on November 20, to prepare for classes to resume on November 21. More information will be shared via Sheridan email.

Further Education after Graduation

Career Centre testimonial by Sheridan students.Many students decide to undertake further studies after their current program in order to pursue their interests and broaden career options. Here are some resources and services to help you map out your next steps.

Selecting Programs & Schools

The Plan Education QuickTips page has links to several resources to help you locate, research and compare programs at both colleges and universities. We have also developed a tip sheet with considerations for comparing & selecting a university.

University Application

Our updated University FAQs (2018 version) answers most common questions, including when/how to apply, admissions, transcripts, and much more. Also, University Application Information Sessions run regularly October through January (search Career Centre event schedule) and cover topics including:

  • University life & what to expect
  • When & how to apply
  • Assessing your admission chances
  • Transfer agreements & advanced standing
If you have questions not resolved using these resources, or if you need help determining the degree program(s) best suited to you, consult with one of our Career Counsellors. Questions about transfer credits, in particular, are highly specific to the university, the program and your academic history. A Career Counsellor can advise you of your options.

Schools on Campus

In November, we present several further education events which bring universities on campus to feature a variety of post-secondary options to continue your education (degrees, post-grad certificates, etc.). Check Career Centre event schedule for details.