With advanced technologies and workflows accelerating change in industries and careers, we at Autodesk are excited to partner with you on your professional journey. We invest in students by offering our broad portfolio of cloud-based integrated CAD/CAM platform technologies because we believe your ideas and innovation have the power to make this world a better place for everyone. Lead the change and change the world.
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If you’re a parent navigating the world of distance learning, start here to find projects to introduce your student to the world of designing and making.
Perfect for beginners and students, this collection of tools includes a powerful 3D design workspace and an electronics project simulator, helping people all over the world to make anything.
Instructables is a community of makers, innovators, and lifelong learners expressing passion through projects. Explore easy-to-learn, instructional projects for makers of all skill levels—or create a project of your own.
Need a bit more of a challenge? Explore our professional products and learning resources and practice your skills in sponsored competitions.
Unleash your creativity and bring your design and manufacturing ideas to life with Autodesk professional-grade software available for students.
Join us to learn about the latest industry trends, connect with other members, showcase your work, and more! Learn from and give back to the students & educators community.
Gain experience, connect with like-minded students, and boost your résumé by signing up for Autodesk-sponsored competitions.
Autodesk certifications validate skills and knowledge to help advance careers in engineering, digital arts, architecture, and more. Discover the certification that’s right for you.
Authorized Training Centers are Learning Partners that serve as your catalyst to job readiness. With in-person and remote learning environments, Autodesk Certified Instructors, and advanced courses, students can accelerate skill-building beyond the walls of a classroom and enter the workforce prepared for the future of making.
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