Will there be a licensing plan for education?
I'm wondering if there will be a licensing plan for education (school, students, etc.) in which the 5% revenue sharing is not a factor? For instance, I teach UDK, but we never publish anything for profit. Will there be free beta downloads as there currently is for UDK?
Hey, does this help answer your question? https://unrealengine.com/faq#education
What provisions does the Unreal Engine 4 End User License Agreement (EULA) make for educational use? All academic institutions are permitted to sign up for a subscription. You can install the Unreal Engine on all of your computers and allow all users, such as students working on those computers, to use the engine.
If a student wants to install Unreal Engine 4 on a personal laptop, or to release a product developed on an academic computer, he or she must sign up for a subscription.
What perks are there for schools and educational institutions? We allow all Unreal Engine 4 users who sign up to install the engine on multiple machines. Schools have our permission to pay for one seat and 'flash' or image Unreal Engine 4 to multiple machines across labs, and access C++ source code via GitHub. No lab fees!
answered Mar 19 '14 at 05:15 PM
Please see https://unrealengine.com/blog/unreal-engine-4-for-schools-faculty-and-students for some extra information. It is also covered in the EULA.
answered Mar 19 '14 at 08:59 PM
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