Get your Enscape student license

We offer industry-standard visualization software for a fraction of the cost

License to learn

Save up to 86% with an Enscape student license

Develop your skills and elevate your projects and presentations with industry-standard 3D visualization software.

Enjoy fast and easy rendering

Plug Enscape into your CAD or BIM application and create your first rendering within minutes. Work from a single source of truth by designing and visualizing from one model.

Use industry-standard archviz technology

Access features such as the built-in material and asset libraries that include over 50 Enscape-ready materials and over 3,000 Enscape-ready 3D models.

Unleash your creativity

Discover how to create the best renderings with the free learning content available. Get inspired and share tips with a community of architects and designers in our forum.

Eligibility

Who qualifies for the student discount?

Licenses are available to students who are currently enrolled part-time or full-time at a university or other government-accredited educational institutions such as a community college, vocational/training college, or a professional school. You are required to submit proof of academic status to qualify for an Enscape student license.

Acceptable documentation:
Student certificate
Student ID card
Letter of university or educational institution letterhead confirming your status
Transcript of records

The document must have:
The current date (no older than three months)
Your full name
The name of your university or educational institution
The document submitted must be in English or have a translation

Student license FAQ

Questions about the Enscape student license

Students can get up to an 86% discount on licenses. You receive the full product with all the features included in the commercial licenses.

The student license is a floating license that offers quick and easy access to Enscape’s real-time visualization and virtual reality software. You can plug it into the following BIM/CAD tools: Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, Graphisoft Archicad, and Vectorworks. It’s available on all supported design application tools for Windows and on SketchUp for Mac.

No, student licenses are fully functional and don’t have watermarks. The licenses are strictly for non-commercial use.

To find out the minimum requirements to run Enscape on your computer, click here.

Licenses are available to students who are currently enrolled part-time or full-time at a university or other government-accredited educational institutions such as a community college, vocational/training college, or a professional school. You are required to submit proof of academic status to qualify for an Enscape student license.

Acceptable documentation:

  • Student certificate
  • Student ID card
  • Letter of university or educational institution letterhead confirming your status
  • Transcript of records

The document must have:

  • The current date (no older than three months)
  • Your full name
  • The name of your university or educational institution
  • The document submitted must be in English or have a translation

We do not accept screenshots of online portals or class schedules.

To get a quote, please fill in this form or contact us at education@chaos.com.

If you have any questions that you didn’t see here, contact the Enscape Education Team at education@chaos.com.

SHOWCASES

See the talent and creativity of our students

Nicole Bazzano | University of Melbourne, Australia
Yarzar Hlaing | Pratt-Institute, USA
Ainur Mustafin | Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Russia
Krystin Che | University of Pennsylvania, USA
Roberto Conde | RMIT University, Australia
Carlotta Albini | Università della Svizzera italiani USI, Switzerland
Donghan Kang | Pratt Institute, USA
Jacob Levy | The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Justin Vermeulen | Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Nawapan Suntorachai | Institut d'Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya, Spain
Madde Pfeffer | The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, USA
Logan Rogers | The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, USA
Richard Dzelme | Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Zartaj Kamran Khan | The American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Zoe Elliot | University of Michigan (Taubman College), USA
Nicole Bazzano | University of Melbourne, Australia
Yarzar Hlaing | Pratt-Institute, USA

“Although you already have an in-depth understanding of your concept design, the real-time effects of Enscape presented by visual means will help you deepen your understanding of it. This kind of efficient feedback is completely suitable for our student group. In short, Enscape helped me realize my student design dream because I want to see my design appear in ‘The Real World’.”

Kun Yan, Master of Architecture student at RMIT University

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