Since our inception in 1999 CTS has always valued our students and we always strive to provide education beyond academics. Throughout the years we have partnered with our many stakeholders including students, lecturers, ACTT, our staff and partner institutions to ensure quality education was being delivered; and while do so, accomplishing quite a few feats along the way! These accomplishments have cemented our place in the tertiary education sector as an institution that is student centered and quality driven. It is testimony to our consistent performance and a true reflection of what we stand for and strive to achieve at CTS College, Education Beyond Academics.
It serves as a humble reminder that our students are our greatest asset and the awards would not have been possible without them.
CTS College has been in partnership with Associate Business Executive (ABE) for over fifteen (15) years and has won ninety-six (96) top paper awards since 2007. ABE exams are written in over two hundred (200) exam centres located in over thirty-two (32) countries. A Top Paper Award is given to the student with the highest mark in a subject, not just at CTS College, but across all ABE centres worldwide. CTS College has also won the most ABE World Prizes in Trinidad in 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
CTS College has won over 47 University Prizes for the BSc Computer Science, BSc Information Technology and the BA (Hons) Business Administration programmes. Our students continue to dominate the awards. What makes this even more impressive, is that students from various countries, in different continents, are enrolled in these programme.
The AIB Valedictorian Award is presented by AIB to the student with the highest GPA in the graduating class across all AIB teaching centres (including online students). AIB alumni includes students from over 90 countries. AIB is AUSTRALIA'S NO. 1 MBA*.
Kevin David was the AIB BBA Valedictorian Award winner at the 2017 Graduation and Awards Ceremony.
Kevin David was the AIB MBA Valedictorian Award winner at the 2018 Graduation and Awards Ceremony.
*AIB is Australia’s largest provider of MBAs; Source: 2016 Higher Education Statistics, Australian Department of Education and Training (provided December 2017)
CTS College won 2 ABMA Outstanding Achievement Awards; the first in June 2013 by Itasha Leon and again in June 2016 with Devindra Rampersad.
Each year the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT) hosts an award ceremony to recognise excellence in education, and each year, CTS College has copped one of the major awards. The QuiTE Awards is open to all tertiary institutions in Trinidad. CTS College has already won 11 awards, with 6 awards for Excellence in Student Support Services, 3 awards for Excellence for an Established Quality Management System and 2 awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
CTS College was crowned the Debate Titans 2017 on November 2, 2017, after winning the finals of the debate competition organized by The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC).
The motion debated was "Be it resolved that in the interest of investor protection the TTSEC's regulatory focus should be on enforcement." CTS College argued for the motion while the other finalist, Institute of Law and Academic Studies (ILAS) argued against. The battle was shrill, the debate was passionate, patriotism surrounded the atmosphere, articulation and wit filled the podiums and in the end when the smoke cleared the CTS College debate team emerged victorious!
CTS College was duly represented by Suzette Matterson, Rachael Collymore and Richard Barbour.
The Winners received: $3000 each to invest in the stock market courtesy the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, Fire HD 8" Tablets, medals and certificates of participation. CTS College received the challenge trophy, a champion trophy and bragging rights. Each participant also received a certificate of participation.
In 2016, CTS College was a finalist in the Tertiary Level Debates Competition hosted by the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago.
We are an ACTT recognised institution and partner with international awarding bodies