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FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
More than 30,000 licenses have been provided to students, teachers, and classrooms around the world.
HOW IT WORKS
SUBMIT YOUR REQUEST
If you're a student or teacher, submit your request below for a free educational license. The terms (not for commercial use) can be found here.
If you would like to know the status of your request, please email us at email@example.com. Please do not resubmit your request.
Give us a few days to respond to your request. In the meantime you can download and use the free 30-day trial.
RECEIVE LICENSE INFO
Teachers will receive a license key for their own computer and an additional classroom key to be used for campus computer labs. Activate Axure RP by following the perpetual license instructions here.
Students will receive a one-year subscription license assigned to an Axure account created under the email address they provide below. Activate Axure RP by following the subscription instructions here.
REQUEST A FREE EDUCATIONAL LICENSE
If you are enrolled in a degree program at an accredited high school, university, or community college, you are qualified to receive a free one-year subscription license for Axure RP Team. If you are still enrolled when the subscription expires, you may reapply for a new subscription. Eligibility info.
Submit your request with a file clearly showing proof of enrollment that includes your name and shows that you are currently enrolled. Example valid documents include: transcripts, current class schedule, letter from school administrator stating you are currently enrolled, student ID card with current validity, etc. If you aren't sure if you qualify, go ahead and submit an application and we'll let you know.
If you are enrolled in an extension/certificate program, your teacher can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a temporary license key for you to use during the course.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
AM I ELIGIBLE FOR AN ACADEMIC LICENSE?
Yes, if you are a student in a degree program or a teacher at one of the following:
Accredited full-time public or private primary/secondary schools
Accredited public or private universities or colleges
Specific educational organizations approved by Axure
No, if you are participating in one of these:
Freelancers or agencies offering UX or similar training
Meetup Group organizers/presenters/attendees
Professional Associations organizers/presenters/attendees
Training centers or organizations offering certificates upon course completion
DO THESE LICENSES EXPIRE?
Educational licenses for teachers are perpetual and do not expire or need to be renewed.
Educational licenses for students expire after one year. Students may reapply for a new one-year subscription license after their current subscription expires.
AS A TEACHER, CAN I DISTRIBUTE MY CLASSROOM KEY TO MY STUDENTS OR SHOULD THEY APPLY FOR THEIR OWN?
Your students should request and use their own educational licenses. Classroom licenses can only be installed on computers that belong to the school, like those in a computer lab.
WHAT IS AN EDUCATIONAL LICENSE? HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM A REGULAR LICENSE?
Educational licenses are for training/learning and not to be used for commercial purposes.
I WORK FOR A SCHOOL AND WANT TO USE AXURE RP FOR A NON-TEACHING PROJECT. CAN I GET AN EDUCATIONAL LICENSE?
Axure offers a 60% discount for academic institutions to use for commercial purposes (such as your school's website or internal app). To request this discount please email email@example.com.
I'M IN CHARGE OF SOFTWARE LICENSING FOR A SCHOOL. CAN I HAVE A LICENSE TO EVALUATE?
Axure offers a free 30-day trial for evaluation. If you need more time, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an extension. If you are in IT and would like to get a license for classrooms/labs, please submit the above request form as a "teacher", noting in the comments section that you are in writing from the IT department.