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Home > Education > FREE Maxwell Render Faculty and Student licenses

FREE Maxwell Render Faculty
and Student licenses

As of August 2014, Maxwell Render is offering FREE licenses to academic institutions and the students enrolled in their courses.

Maxwell’s unparalleled quality and easy workflow are renowned across the CG Industry - from design and architectural visualization to animation, VFX and creative digital arts.

Using Maxwell Render will help to give your students' portfolios that extra edge they need to kick start their careers in the competitive CG industries.

Maxwell Render integrates seamlessly with all the major industry platforms, making a simple and easy workflow.
"I am year 4 of the 5 year program. We mainly use Maxwell Render and always from the Rhino plugin...Overall I would say that Maxwell is the simplest render program I've used at college or work and quite fast to get a good image, and the free materials library is really good also."

Amanda Moore, student at UCL,
The Bartlett School of Architecture

Free educational licensing

Licenses have no technical restrictions but are for non-commercial use only.

Maxwell Render Faculty (annual, Floating licenses):

  • For individual instructors, classroom seats and school renderfarms.
  • License server and networking functionalities included.

Maxwell Render Student (annual, Node Locked licenses):

  • For at-home study on one personal computer.

How do I get my free Maxwell Render license(s)?

I am a faculty member
  • Contact education@nextlimit.com or your local reseller to get set up with your free Faculty license(s) and/or free Student licenses for your enrolled students
I am a student
  • A faculty member at your school needs to contact education@nextlimit.com or their local reseller in order to provide you with the free Student license. You will then receive further instruction from the faculty member
  • If you are not currently enrolled at an academic institution, please see the Learning Edition license option.