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CIC Graduates Gain Admissions Advantages from Sheridan College, the “Harvard of Animation”

By June 6, 2024June 14th, 2024No Comments

Thanks to a new partnership agreement between Columbia International College and Sheridan College, starting from February 2024, CIC graduates are gaining enhanced admissions and scholarship opportunities for Sheridan’s globally renowned Animation, Arts & Design undergraduate programs.

Sheridan Offers Admissions Advantages for CIC Graduates

Under this partnership:

  • Sheridan will offer as many spots as possible in Animation, Arts & Design programs to CIC students who meet competitive requirements.

  • Sheridan will waive the TOEFL or IELTS requirement for CIC graduates who meet either of the following criteria for English proficiency:

      a. Minimum of 75% in both Grade 11 and Grade 12 U-level English marks, or

      b. Minimum of 80% in Grade 12 U-level English marks

  • Sheridan will offer three admission scholarships to the top three CIC graduates who have applied to Sheridan.

  • Sheridan staff will visit CIC to provide guidance and advice to students preparing their portfolios.

      a. Sheridan will invite CIC students who have applied for its programs to a pre-registration session.

      b. Sheridan will organize day trips for CIC students to visit its campus.

CIC and Sheridan are aligned in their commitment to delivering first-class education and ensuring student success. This partnership is set to reinforce the strategic ties between the two institutions and facilitate increased acceptance and scholarship opportunities for CIC students at Sheridan College.

FAAD: Harvard of Animation

Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD) is Canada‘s largest art school, internationally renowned for its programs to nurture performers, animators, filmmakers, designers, and artists.

It is dubbed the ’Harvard of Animation‘ and is ranked as the top animation school in the world. Graduates of Sheridan’s animation program have worked with Disney, Pixar, Nelvana, and Guru, creating beloved characters for screens big and small.

Notably, Sheridan alumna Domee Shi won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film for her directorial debut, Bao, at the 91st Academy Awards in 2019.

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