Sheridan Institute hosts more than thirty institutions in annual two-day University Fair

Leslie Wardley, Project Coordinator, School of Business and Economics and Bob Carpenter, Director, School of Business and Economics, Nipissing University, explain to John MacRae, Sheridan School of Business, some of the advantages for Sheridan Business graduates to complete their B.Comm degree at Nipissing University.

Leslie Wardley, Project Coordinator, School of Business and Economics and Bob Carpenter, Director, School of Business and Economics, Nipissing University, explain to John MacRae, Sheridan School of Business, some of the advantages for Sheridan Business graduates to complete their B.Comm degree at Nipissing University during the recent University Fair at Sheridan College.

Sheridan Institute and the Sheridan Career Centre hosted more than 30 universities from across Canada, Australia, U.K. and the U.S.A. offering Sheridan students opportunities for degree completion and also the potential to study abroad at the recent University Fair held at the Trafalgar campus and the Davis campus.

Enthusiastic students spoke with university representatives and collected information and applications for the array of post-college options available to them. Many of the institutions like Nipissing University and Algoma University offer special articulation agreements with Sheridan College for two and three year School of Business graduates to complete an accelerated degree in approximately three semesters. Some of the universities like Algoma University will offer classes at Sheridan campuses to enable Sheridan School of Business graduates to complete their studies and a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) without having to travel to their campus in northern Ontario.

Nipissing University will offer their courses on-site at Sheridan College to allow Sheridan graduates to complete their Bachelor of Commerce degree (B.Comm) in about 12 months by offering a full selection of small classes and tutorials lead by expert professors. Students would normally complete the required 15 courses for the degree over a three semester period.

For more information about the University Fair participants, the programs that they offer and how to apply to them, please click on the Sheridan Career Centre.