Providing Universities the PCB Tools & Skills
to Build a Better Tomorrow
What You Get
- The complete Altium software and services package
- Altium 365® cloud-based, collaborative classrooms
- Altium Designer® Professional Training for Faculty
- Free Altium Designer Pro Student Licenses
- University level PCB Design Curriculum
- Course Certificates for Students
- Free Power Analyzer by Keysight
- Instructor support and resources
As an educator, you’re tasked with readying the engineers of tomorrow. To accomplish this, you need professional engineering tools that give students the experience and resources they need to launch their careers early on.
- Must be an instructor at a tech school, college, or university
- Have EE or PCB design courses in your curriculum
- Be willing to provide appropriate credentials
EE Professor, University of Pennsylvania
“Altium 365 has been a game changer this year. My teaching team had an easier time assisting students with comments and grading all the assignments. There have been a number of pain points in the past that have been solved with the whole spread of A365 features. Students find it to be a breeze”
UC Davis, Senior Electrical & Computer Engineering
“I was first introduced to Altium Designer through the EE Emerge Course at UC Davis. Having Altium designer skills gave me an edge among other applicants in getting interviews and ultimately landing me an internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Labs”
UC Davis, Chair Electrical and Computer Engineering
“One of the most important things for our EE or CE students is gaining knowledge of Altium Designer. Students' skills in Altium Designer help them attain high visibility with employers and it is often the differentiator among other applicants as they are looking for internships or jobs upon graduation.”
See how educators are using Altium in their classrooms today.
Laboratory Manager, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
In 2022, Dohn Bowden launched a new graduate and undergraduate course called Printed Circuit Design (Altium). Now offered annually, the basis for the course is Altium’s free curriculum on PCB Design and the tool of choice is Altium Designer Pro. In addition, all Electrical Engineering students enrolled at the University of Massachusetts have free access to Altium Designer and the PCB Design curriculum through Altium Education. Currently, there are 149 students utilizing their free Altium Designer licenses.
Professor Electrical Engineering
Professor Rafael Cardoso chose Altium Designer as the tool of choice to best equip his students for their careers and has inc orporated Altium Education’s free curriculum into his Printed Circuit Board Design course.
This new popular course is offered annually. Additionally, approximately 600 UTFPR engineering students have free access to Altium Designer and PCB Design curriculum through Altium Education.