New academic licence from Adobe
News|by Leanne Bevan|21 May 2018
Adobe has recently announced that they are reducing the price of Creative Cloud apps to about £4 a year per student for K-12 schools (Secondary). The subscription gives each individual student a licence and sign-in. This means that students can also use the software at home on their own devices, and not just on school computers. The student licences will be available from 15 May. This price is good for a single school with 500 or more licences or a full district with 2,500 or more licences.
This is not to be confused with the K-12 Creative Cloud for Teams site licence which offers device licences (25 minimum) at £21 per licence.
For more information, please speak to our education licensing specialist on +44(0) 1364 655 173.
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