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Simulation study competition

For engineering student

In simulation topics for university and college students, with an annual results announcement. You can apply with any simulation project using Ansys or Moldex3D simulation software tools.

University education

Guest lectures on mechanical engineering and simulation topics based on case studies, within the framework of specialized courses in higher education.

Guest lectures for technical colleges

Thematic lectures on simulation and mechanical engineering for technical colleges.

Professional internship and thesis program

For engineering student

For mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and technicians, experience based on real projects. Topics in engineering simulation and industrial automation.

Free software license for students

Providing Ansys and Moldex3D software licences for students. For Moldex3D software please contact us or check the listed systems on the Moldex3D website.

Ansys for student


Ansys Student offers free access to our Ansys Workbench-based bundle. This bundle includes Ansys Mechanical, Ansys CFD, Ansys Autodyn, Ansys SpaceClaim and Ansys DesignXplorer.


With Ansys Discovery Student students can perform structural analysis, fluid analysis, topology optimization, thermal analysis, geometry modeling, modal analysis and parameter studies. 


Students will have access to Ansys HFSS, Ansys Maxwell, Ansys Q3D, and Ansys Icepak, allowing design work on a broad range of electrical and electromechanical systems.


Ansys OnScale provides a great simulation platform for STEM students, undergraduate engineering students, and engineers who are new to simulation to learn introductory structures concepts, like general boundary conditions, stress analysis, thermal analysis, and much more. Additionally, Ansys OnScale offers easy integration into ONSHAPE® and MATLAB®.


Ansys LS-DYNA Student offers free access to the world’s most-utilized explicit simulation program, capable of simulating the response of materials to short periods of severe loading. Students can work through simulations involving materials failure and look at how the failure progresses through a part or through a system. Applications include automotive, aerospace, incompressible fluids, compressible fluids and shock waves, electromagnetics and more.


Ansys SCADE Student offers free access to a model-based development environment for critical embedded software. This integrated design environment can be used for applications including requirements management, model-based design, simulation, verification, qualifiable/certified code generation and interoperability with other development tools.

Webinar training for student

Professional webinars for students within the Ansys education program.