BBC Four's acclaimed drama secured a Gold World Medal at the annual event, which showcases and rewards content from 65 countries. The ceremony was held in Las Vegas this year.
Marking Corrie's 50th anniversary, The Road to Coronation Street aired last September, telling the story of how Tony Warren battled to get ITV's flagship soap on the air after coming up with the idea for the programme in 1960.
David Dawson, Jessie Wallace, James Roache and Lynda Baron were among the stars of the show, taking on the roles of Warren, Pat Phoenix, Bill Roache and Violet Carson respectively.
A collaboration between the BBC and ITV Studios, the drama was written by soap scriptwriter Daran Little and directed by Charles Sturridge.
The Road to Coronation Street also recently won the 'Best Single Drama' prize at this year's Royal Television Society Programme Awards.