Education status on tenant

IBN 4,376 Reputation points

Hello Teams Community,

Please i need your help on this issue.

We cannot create free subscriptions for students on Azure.

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  1. Marilee Turscak-MSFT 36,336 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @IBN

    Thanks for your post!

    When you try to create the accounts, do you receive any error message? If so, could you please share a screenshot of the error that you are receiving?

    When you sign up for Azure for Students you receive $100 in Azure credits to be used within the first 12 months, plus select free services as described here without requiring a credit card at sign-up. You can apply here.

    As noted in the offer details, Azure for Students is available only to students who meet the following requirements:

    You must affirm that you are age 18 or older and attend an accredited, degree-granting two-year or four-year educational institution where you’re a full-time student in a STEM-related field. You must verify your academic status through your organization’s email address. This offer is not available for use in a massive open online course (MOOC) or in other professional trainings from for-profit organizations.

    This offer is limited to one Azure for Students subscription per eligible customer, is non-transferable, and cannot be combined with any other offer unless otherwise permitted by Microsoft. Azure for Students has a limited supply of activations and the offer is available only while supplies last. Microsoft may terminate this offer at our sole discretion. Other restrictions may apply. For more information, see the details here

    I would recommend reviewing the Azure for Student FAQ for eligibility, as well as the Troubleshooting guide for signing up for a free account.

    I hope this helps!


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