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Participating non-University institutions

In addition to the 'core' University (i.e. its Schools, Faculties and Departments), the following non-University institutions have chosen to participate in the University's EES Agreement, not otherwise being covered as part of the 'core' University. This allows them to include members of their staff (their matriculated students already qualify, being members of the 'core' University).

Which staff from these institutions qualify for free software?

The institutions below have purchased a set number of EES licences for their staff, and allocate these at their discretion. Queries about allocation should be addressed to your local IT staff.

Cambridge Colleges

Non-University institutions

  • Christ's
  • Clare 
  • Clare Hall
  • Corpus Christi
  • Darwin
  • Downing
  • Emmanuel
  • Fitzwilliam
  • Girton
  • Gonville & Caius
  • Homerton
  • Hughes Hall
  • Jesus
  • King's
  • Lucy Cavendish
  • Magdalene
  • Murray Edwards
  • Newnham
  • Pembroke
  • Peterhouse
  • Queens'
  • Robinson
  • Selwyn
  • Sidney
  • St Catharine's
  • St Edmund's
  • St John's
  • Trinity
  • Trinity Hall
  • Wolfson
  • Westcott House
  • Woolf Institute

 

If you do not see your institution listed...

You may continue to license software under the Microsoft Select Plus Agreement from the UIS Software Distribution catalogue.

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