Before you start, check our interactive map below to see whether you've signed up already. We accept one application per institution. Faculties, professors or research staff are all free to apply.
Once approved, simply upload our badge onto your website. Your students are now free to download the software. We make it easy for you: students don't have to request anything from us, or from you: one application does it all.
Who qualifies for the program?
Bizagi's fully functional enterprise solution can only be used for non-commercial purposes including academic research, training and education in non-production environments. All providers of Higher Education, both private and publicly funded, are entitled to use Bizagi products at no cost for non-commercial purposes, as are its active students, lecturers, researchers and all other academic employees.
To teach process automation, we needed a BPMS with little setup time and a gentle learning curve, so that students can focus on learning fundamental concepts rather than the specifics of a tool. Bizagi fits our requirements nicely. We set up and ran a process in under two hours. The tutorials are helpful and the tool offers step-by-step guidance. After a couple of weeks, students were able to implement non-trivial processes, enabling us to move into advanced concepts and cover a lot of material in less than half a semester."
Professor, University of Tartu, Estonia
I used Bizagi for the first time last year and had a very good experience. The platform has many benefits for the Business Process Management course that I teach. No programming is required, making it easy to use. It adheres to BPMN standards. And what I really like is the way it moves seamlessly between modeling and execution."
Jorge N. Neves
Assistant Professor, Institute of Statistics and Information Management, Portugal
Bizagi is my favourite BPMS. Why? First, it has a clear and understandable business object model (the E-R style representation and navigation of what's essentially an XML data structure). Second, a low resource impact/footprint. Third, a rationalized (spinning balls metaphor) progression to execution that makes common sense. Fourth, the inclusion of simulation. But most importantly, you are by far the quickest in helping us resolve problems."
Professor, Georgia State University, US
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