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Educational/Student License

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Educational/Student License

Students of any high school, college, or university are eligible for our greatly discounted Educational/Student License. Government-accredited schools, colleges, and universities can also buy student licenses for their computer labs.

DISCLAIMER: Proxy purchases (buying student licenses for somebody else who is not a student) are not allowed. We will decline all requests that appear to be proxy purchases. We will also terminate any purchased student licenses that are being used by somebody else.

Who is eligible?

Quick Facts

Applying for a License

Students, Lecturers, Educational Institutions:

Please proceed to bit.ly/coronastudent and carefully fill in the contact form using English only. All information will be automatically sent to us, and we will proceed with issuing the license. The whole process should not take more than one week, and after it is done, we will contact you using the email address you provided.

Educational/Student FAQ

Can I use my license for commercial jobs?

Yes. You are free to use your licenses for personal and commercial projects, with no limitations.

Can I sell the license?

No. The license is not transferable as it was issued to you based on your student status.

Can I use the license even after I graduate?

Yes, it can be used until it expires (1 year after purchase), but without the student status it cannot be renewed.

Can I use it for distributed rendering?

Yes. You can use a single educational license on one workstation and one render node at a time.

Can I use my license on more than one computer?

Yes. The educational licenses are floating, which means that one license can be used on multiple PCs. You can activate the license on one PC, then when you finish your work you either close 3ds Max, or remove the license (System > About Corona > Remove license), and then you may activate the same license on another PC and continue using it. The typical case is using the same license on a school PC and a home PC.

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