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Toronto Star spotlights Sheridan’s approach to international student growth

Feb 16, 2024

toronto star screen grabSheridan was recently profiled in the Toronto Star for its responsible approach to international student growth.  

The college made the deliberate decision to limit international student growth in 2017, respecting its obligation to invest in reciprocal partnerships and investments in infrastructure as a precondition to further international growth. The result was Sheridan’s collaboration with the City of Brampton and other partners to create a Charter that calls on all levels of government and community partners to uphold ethical recruitment standards and ensure wraparound support for learners, including safe and affordable housing and opportunities for legal, reliable work.   

The article in the Toronto Star was prompted by the Government of Canada’s announcement of a temporary two-year cap on international enrolment. It features an interview with Dr. Janet Morrison, Sheridan’s President and Vice Chancellor, alongside profiles of some of our international and domestic students, co-op employers, and Fort Erie Mayor Wayne Redekop.  

Read the article on the Toronto Star website

Sheridan students and employees can access the Toronto Star article through Press Reader, a service offered through our Library and Learning Services department. 

More information: 
Brampton Charter for Improving the International Student Experience 
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