CCTB announces new GUS Canada Colleges Pathway Scholarship


CCTB announces new GUS Canada Colleges Pathway Scholarship

Unlock promising career opportunities with the GUS Canada Colleges Pathway Scholarship.

In collaboration with GUS Canada Colleges, the Canadian College of Technology & Business (CCTB) is pleased to announce a new scholarship for students, providing them with an additional opportunity to achieve their academic and career goals.

The GUS Canada Colleges Pathway Scholarship is now available to students who complete the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program at CCTB or University Pathway Program (UPP) at The Language Gallery Canada (TLGC) online and subsequently enrol in a post-secondary program at CCTB (excluding certificate programs).

The scholarship will be applicable to students commencing their post-secondary programs at CCTB from May 2024 to September 2025.

Students will receive a scholarship equivalent to the tuition of their completed EAP program or UPP, up to a maximum of $3,000 CAD, to be applied towards the last instalment of their payment plan.

“The GUS Canada Colleges Pathway Scholarship offers students an exceptional opportunity to pursue advanced education in Canada,” said Ehsan Safdari, President of GUS Canada Colleges. "Our objective is to foster opportunities, such as the Pathway Scholarship, that empower students and aid them in accomplishing their goals."

Please click here for more information on our Pathway Scholarship and the accompanying terms and conditions.

For additional details or guidance on applying to the Canadian College of Technology & Business, please contact us at

16 February, 2024

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