There are several scholarships opportunities available to CITT students across the country. Students are welcome to apply for multiple scholarships.
To apply for any of the available scholarships—except the Toronto Area Council Bursary, which has its own application process and timeline—please prepare and submit the following:
Please send the package including your essay, letter and form to:
10 King St E, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5C 1C3
One annual scholarship of $450
Qualifications: To qualify, you need to have already completed Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes, have achieved a passing mark in your most recent course, and you have to be responsible for paying your own course registration fees.
This scholarship is made available by the PPCLA (Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Logistics Association), in honour of Agnes French. Agnes French was a long-time administrator of the PPCLA, and responsible for general office activities, as well as creating and managing the associations' conferences. Ms. French had seen the association transform over the years, including a couple of name changes, and was responsible for keeping the association active during lean years.
One annual scholarship of $500
Qualifications: This scholarship is for a student applying to take Transportation Law. To qualify, you need to have achieved a passing mark in your most recent course, and you have to be responsible for paying your own course registration fees.
This scholarship is made available by William S.G.Tackaberry, CCLP, of TCRC Freight Legal Services.
One annual scholarship covering full tuition fees for one course (textbooks excluded)
Qualifications: Available to residents of Quebec only. To qualify, you also need to have already completed Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes, have achieved a passing mark in your most recent course, and you have to be responsible for paying your own course registration fees. Please email applications and questions directly to Maryna Cheronshnykova at email@example.com.
This scholarship is made available annually in August by the Montreal Traffic Club to support continuing education efforts by students in the supply chain field. It honours the memory of Mr. J.K.Smith founding director of the Montreal Traffic Club in 1926.
Each year PMTC will award 2 PMTC Young Leaders an Education Bursary, which will cover the costs for the recipient to complete 2 of the 4 courses that are required to complete the “PMTC Logistics Management Graduate Program”. which consists of four CITT courses. These courses are: Transportation Systems, Logistics Processes, Logistics Decision Modelling, and Business Approach to Writing. The award will help promote investment in the training needs of the future young leaders of our great industry. For candidates lacking the necessary corporate funding to pursue the PMTC Logistics Management Program.
Please note: For all of the above scholarships, July 31st is the cut-off date to submit an application for a scholarship for the full academic year commencing in September.
CITT Toronto Area Council Bursary
Two annual bursaries of $495 each
CITT Quebec Area Council Bursary
One bursary of $750-$800 + taxes towards any course in the CITT program in which the student will be enrolled in 2021
Will you be enrolled in a CITT course in 2022? Do you know someone (an employee? Colleague? Co-worker?) who will be enrolled? Looking for financial assistance? If so, read on …
The CITT Quebec Council, thanks to the generosity of the Canadian Transportation Education Foundation (CTEF) is now making a bursary available for any student residing in Quebec. The bursary is intended to be applied to any course in the CITT program in which the student will be enrolled in 2022. (CTEF will pay the CITT directly for the course, a value of $750-$800 plus taxes.)
How to apply
All students wishing to apply must send a 1) 250 word essay to firstname.lastname@example.org on how obtaining the CITT designation and/or their involvement in the CITT Quebec Council will benefit them in their career; 2) A signed letter stating that you are not receiving any funding from either your employer or the government for these courses; and 3) A completed CITT course registration.
Applications must be received by December 24, 2021 at 12:00 noon (cut-off date for submissions).
The CITT Quebec Executive Committee will review the applications and decide upon a winner, to be announced by January 3, 2022.
If you would like to submit an essay for consideration, or if you have any questions about the bursary, please e-mail email@example.com with the word “BURSARY” in the subject line.