Renew student license

Renew student license


I'm sure this information must be somewhere, but I'm having a hard time finding it. I have a student license for Parallel Studio XE and I received a notification that the license will expire soon. When I click the "renew license" link in the notification window, I am taken to a page that only describes the license, with no information on how to renew. I read in the FAQ that student licenses don't need to be renewed, but the notification I received has me worried that I will lose access to the software soon if I don't do something.

Do student licenses need to be renewed, and if so, where can I do so?

Thank you for your help.

(Edit: I now see the "Download, Registration, and Licensing" forum which would have been more relevant, but unfortunately I can't figure out how to move or delete this post. Apologies for the inconvenience.)

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Please refer to FAQ:

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Devorah - Intel® Developer Support


Devorah H. (Intel) 写道:


Please refer to FAQ:

(moving this to appropriate forum)


Thank you for your reply and for moving the thread. To reiterate, I did read the FAQ that stated student licenses don't expire, but I was concerned because I am receiving notifications that my license will in fact expire soon.

Can you please confirm that these notifications are erroneous? I'm guessing the license manager looks only at the registration date, and not the type of license.

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Hi Brynne,

Student licenses expire after a 12 month period. After that, all you have to do is reapply again for access to the latest release and another full year of use.

Student licenses are not renewable.  You will need to apply for a new license.

Please see


Intel(R) Developer Zone support

Hello Hal,

Thank you for the helpful information. I've reapplied and downloaded a new license.

Thank you,

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