Students and Schools
We offer students the opportunity to use our programs free of charge for non‑commercial purposes while enrolled in a university or college. Join the many students who have already benefited from this unique opportunity.
Here you can go directly to the request form or renewal form for the free student license.
Click here to directly access the form to request or renew your free instructor license.
Have you used the Dlubal Software programs for your bachelor, master or diploma thesis, dissertation or for your scientific essay? We would be happy to publish it on our website.
Have you written your thesis using the Dlubal programs RFEM or RSTAB? Submit your thesis to us! There are many reasons to feature your thesis for free.
Have you always been interested in structural design, FEA and numerical calculations? Do you enjoy utilizing structural analysis and design software? Take the opportunity to write your thesis at Dlubal Software. We offer interesting topics about structural engineering, which can be edited and designed with Dlubal Software.
Browse the collection of graduation theses (student projects as well as diploma, bachelor, master and doctoral theses) written and submitted by students utilizing the structural analysis and design programs by Dlubal Software.
For all schools, universities, colleges and other non-commercial educational institutions, we provide free full versions of our structural analysis programs for teaching purposes including in lab-type settings.
Would you like to equip your school with our structural analysis software? Then fill in the form to request a non-binding offer from us.
We offer free basic training on the FEA program RFEM for universities and other educational institutions.
Please fill in the form to request a training date for an introductory training at your university. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Here you can find a list of universities, colleges and other non-commercial institutions using Dlubal Software products for teaching and research.
Are you a current student who has questions about using our structural analysis programs for free? Contact us via phone, email, chat or forum or find suggested solutions and useful tips on our FAQ page, available 24/7.