DreamSpark for Institutions: FAQ’s for Customers


Microsoft DreamSpark provides no-cost access to Microsoft designer and development tools for verified students and educators around the world, to support and advance their learning and skills through technical design, technology, math, science and engineering activities. Academic subscription volume licensing customers receive an online subscription to DreamSpark at no additional cost for instructional use by their teachers and students organization-wide in their classrooms and labs. In addition, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) departments in higher education institutions may qualify for an online DreamSpark Premium subscription at no additional cost as a benefit of their Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) or Open Value Subscription – Education Solutions (OVS-ES).

To learn more about DreamSpark, view/download our FAQ document below.

DreamSpark FAQ’s
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Comments (1)

  1. Terry Screeton (t.r.screeton@leeds.ac.uk) says:

    The University of Leeds (UK) has a Microsoft campus/EES Agreement.  My understanding is that a DreamSpark registration comes with that.  I am unsure what the associated store is: the most likely candidate would seem to be University of Leeds – UNI – DreamSpark Premium.  

    (1) Can you confirm the above please or tell me what store is devoted to the University of Leeds as a result of its subscription to Campus.

    (2) Given that STEM departments alone have access to DreamSpark Premium how does a University subscription work given that we have a mix of STEM and non-STEM departments.  Is it based on trust?

    My thanks

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