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Autodesk Maya Education Community
That’s why Autodesk gives students, educators, and educational institutions free* access to our design software, creativity apps, and learning resources. With millions of professional users, Autodesk is a worldwide leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software for manufacturing, building and construction, and media and entertainment.
Autodesk supports the student community by providing students, ... Maya; PowerMill; ... Autodesk is investing in education Autodesk is committed to ...
Autodesk builds software that helps people imagine, ... including 3ds Max and Maya. ... Autodesk Community
Autodesk provides students, educators, and institutions free access to Maya software, in addition to learning tools. Get a free 3-year education license now.
Unlock your creative potential with free access to 3D design software from Autodesk. Free software downloads available to students, educators, educational institutions.
Earn rewards and recognition through your passion for Autodesk software and tools by supporting your peers on campus as a student or educator expert. Get certified Add an Autodesk certification to your resume to advance your career and help you achieve your goals.
Users who are students, teachers (or veterans or unemployed in USA markets) can download a full educational version from the Autodesk Education community. The versions available at the community are only licensed for non commercial use (once activated with the product license) and some products create watermarks on output renders.
Causes: As of February 1, 2016, the Autodesk Academic Resource Center site was combined with Autodesk Education Community. See: Educational institutions now access ...
Educational institutions worldwide qualify for free(*) access to Autodesk software through the Autodesk Education Community except institutions in countries subject to United States trade embargo, which as of February 2016, include Sudan, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Crimea. See: Export Compliance.