Based in Ontario, Sheridan is a diploma, certificate and degree-granting polytechnic institute with approximately 23,000 full-time students and 17,000 continuing education students.
Currently one of the leading post-secondary institutions, Sheridan has 3 campuses in 3 cities west of Toronto, Ontario–Mississauga, Brampton, and Oakville, and caters to 7500 international students from over 100 countries every year.
The education facility offers a wide range of programs including bachelor’s degrees, diplomas and advanced diplomas, and certificates.
With their advanced ESL program, Sheridan ensures strong listening, reading and speaking skills via comprehensive learning and intensive practice.
Among other colleges in the Greater Toronto Area, Sheridan takes the top spot in a survey of employer satisfaction of its graduates.
Here are key reasons why the College is a good choice for Pakistani students looking to study abroad:
Recruiters from Disney, DreamWorks, Warner Bros, Pixar and other leading, global organisations regularly come to Sheridan in search of talent.
As a DreamWorks spokeswoman puts it, "All the studios recruit out of Sheridan. You have to be competitive."
Abb's YuMi robot combines technical abilities with human intelligence and is said to be a 'truly collaborative robot'.
Sheridan's Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT) has become the first facility in Canada to acquire the robot.
Sheridan’s newest campus is home to the Faculty of Business (Pilon School of Business) while their Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC) incorporates the latest in technology to facilitate collaborative learning and creativity.
The facility combines affordable accommodation with the convenience of on-campus living.
Both the Davis Campus (Brampton) and the Trafalgar Campus (Oakville) have residence buildings, each offering fully equipped, living and study spaces for students with security available 24/7.
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