Approved Schools & Programs

Canadian Print Scholarships has approved schools and programs right across Canada. We aim to support students in as many graphics communications programs as possible.

Canadian Print Scholarships has formal Scholarship Agreements with the following schools. These schools engage in active promotion of our scholarship program as part of their recruitment initiatives.

Students apply directly to these institutions for scholarships.

British Columbia Institute of Technology
Graphic Communications Technology

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
Graphic and Print Technician

Ryerson University
Graphic Communications Management

Nova Scotia Community College
Graphic & Print Production

Canadian Print Scholarships also supports students attending programs at the following schools.

Students apply to Canadian Print Scholarships using our On-line Scholarship Application.

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Graphic Communications and Print Technology

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Graphic Communications

Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Graphic Communications

Ahuntsic Collège
Techniques de l’impression
Gestion de project en communications graphiques

Cégep Beauce-Appalaches
Gestion des communications graphiques

Apply for a Print Scholarship

Click the following link to learn how you can apply for a print scholarship.

The scholarship allowed me to focus on my education and to challenge myself to do my best in a field I am passionate about by constantly dreaming of new projects to create.

Anita Wong

The CPISTF made me a better student and I was able to secure a 2nd year internship from the printing company that interviewed me when I was in Grade 12. These opportunities only strengthened my resume when it came to my 3rd year internship and later, with full-time career options.

Veronica Annis

The CPISTF provided a strong financial basis allowing me to maintain focus on my educational goals instead of worrying about external factors such as tuition. The support provided the necessary motivation to continue progressing and improving my educational status thus making me a better student.

Daniel Langsford