College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Adobe Creative Cloud membership - special deal for UoE students

As a University of Edinburgh student, you can access Adobe Creative Cloud at the highly discounted rate of £60 (subscription until the end of August 2022). This subscription provides full access to the power of Adobe's professional applications for creating print, web, and interactive content.

What is Creative Cloud?

Creative Cloud is a collection of 20+ desktop and mobile apps, services and fonts for photography, design, video, web, UX and more.  Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, InDesign, and more, are included as well as the latest apps and cloud services for creating stunning presentations, visualisations, and interactive apps. A subscription will allow you to install the applications on your own computer, mobile or tablet, and to access them through the Remote Software service.

Find out more about the Remote Software service

Access the best education resources

The most professional tools are nothing without the knowledge to use them.  With LinkedIn Learning you can find thousands of hours of educational content, which you can study at your own pace, to help you get the most out of the Creative Cloud package. This is a unique opportunity to build your skills in industry-leading software at an extremely competitive price.

Adobe on LinkedIn learning

Find out more about LinkedIn learning at the University

Price comparison

This special offer, exclusively for students at the University of Edinburgh represents a discount of over 60% on Adobe's 'year 1' price, and a 75% discount on the regular student price.

Package Commitment Payment type Monthly cost
University price 10 months £60 upfront payment £6
Adobe special offer 12 months Monthly £16.24
Adobe regular student price Pay-as-you-go

Monthly

£25.28

How to purchase

If you are a student at Edinburgh College of Art, and on some other programmes, you will be granted a subscription as part of their course. Check with your Course Organiser whether a free licence is available before subscribing.

Payment is through the University ePay store