Using Azure in your research or in teaching a course? Microsoft is committed to supporting education and has various programs to meet your needs.
The Educator Grant is a program designed specifically to provide access to Microsoft Azure to college and university professors teaching advanced courses. As part of the program, faculty teaching Azure in their curricula are awarded subscriptions to support their course.
To apply for an Educator Grant fill out this simple application form.
Microsoft works to help inspire students to chase their dreams and create the next technical breakthroughs by providing opportunities to train and use Microsoft developer and designer tools at no cost.
Microsoft’s DreamSpark program is specific for students that supports technical education through access to Microsoft software and developer tools free of charge. Microsoft Virtual Academy helps developers gain the knowledge needed to be a success through online training courses led by experts.
The Microsoft Azure for Research program accelerates scholarly and scientific research customized for academic, government, and industry researchers to use big data computations, collaboration, and data-intensive processing in the cloud. Take full advantage of the power and scalability of Microsoft Azure, a platform that supports frameworks like Azure Machine Learning and programing tools including Linux, Python, Java, Hadoop, and Microsoft .NET. Get access to a variety of tools and resources to maximize the benefits of cloud computing by the following:
For more information, visit www.azure4research.com.