Azure Access

Qasim Umar 20 Reputation points

how to access azure as a student for freeHow can I access Azure for free as a student?

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Azure Cost Management
A Microsoft offering that enables tracking of cloud usage and expenditures for Azure and other cloud providers.
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  1. Babafemi Bulugbe 2,755 Reputation points MVP

    Hello Qasim Umar,

    Kindly use the link below to get an Azure for Students Account.

    Let me know if further assistance is needed.


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  1. SadiqhAhmed-MSFT 39,916 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Qasim Umar The eligibility criteria for the Azure for Students offer are as follows:

    1. You must be a student currently enrolled in an accredited institution.
    2. You must be at least 18 years old or have reached the age of majority in your country of residence, whichever is later.
    3. You must have a valid school email address that ends with .edu or .ac.
    4. You must have a Microsoft account that is associated with your school email address.
    5. You must not have an existing Azure free account or a paid Azure subscription.

    If you meet these eligibility criteria, you can sign up for the Azure for Students offer and receive $100 in Azure credits to use over a 12-month period, as well as access to over 25 free Azure services. Please note that the offer is available only once per student and that you will need to verify your student status periodically to continue using the offer.

    You need to provide a phone number and your academic organization’s email address (for example, to sign up for an Azure for Students subscription.

    Are you sure you're using your education's organization's email address? Please refer to the Microsoft for Students FAQ over here:


    If you're eligible, then I suggest you create a support request over here: The ticket enables you to work closely with the support engineers and get a quick resolution to your issue.

    If the response helped, do "Accept Answer" and up-vote it

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