Office 365 Education

Microsoft gives students worldwide free Office 365 Education subscriptions

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Microsoft is giving another good reason to cheer about this festive season. The Redmont giant has announced that from February, it is bringing free Office 365 subscriptions to students outside of the US, and yes, Malaysia is on the lengthy list of countries that will receive the productivity suite.

Students can self-install Office 365 by using school-issued email address at the Office in education website. Upon signing up, students will get access to the latest Office, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access and Publisher apps and will be able to install them on up to five computers and five phones or tablets.

It also comes with Office Online and 1TB of OneDrive storage.

Teachers are also eligible to get Office 365 Education for free

The plan can be used until a student graduates or no longer enrolled at a qualified school.

Find out if you’re eligible here.

Source: Microsoft via Engadget

 

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  • Brian Belfitt

    This is a great news for the students around the world. Most of students around the world don’t have access to computers. In some parts, they do. Among those who have Internet access, they will be able to get access. They will have access to cloud and work with the latest technologies.

    • Vernon Chan

      Totally agree Brian.

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