As Wrike has grown over the years, we've had the opportunity to speak with users from all over the world trying to solve the challenges that come with working together. From those conversations, we've learned that business users aren't the only ones who need powerful tools to organize their work — student project management and collaboration is also a huge challenge. That's why starting today, we're offering Wrike to university students at no cost.
In the past, we've lent our support to student engineering projects, robotics teams, and race car students teams by giving them access to complimentary Wrike accounts with professional features. Today, we're excited to extend this to all university students, especially in a time when e-learning is on the rise and hybrid programs, where students have the choice to become remote / work from home, are becoming more popular. There’s a very large need for collaboration tools for students, to aide the way they assign work, track progress, and share ideas in an online workspace, and we hope Wrike will fill that gap.
If there’s a university student in your life who you think could benefit from using Wrike’s collaboration tools for students, send them to our Wrike for Students page to register for a free account with a valid .edu email address. They'll be able to invite up to 14 other students into their account to collaborate and manage work together.
If you're a student and are wondering if your school projects would benefit from Wrike, here are some popular student groups and projects we've helped in the past:
- Formula SAE Collegiate Design Series teams
- Google X Prize Competition teams
- Business plan development for MBAs
- Distance learning collaboration
- Content creation for school publications
- Free use of our Gantt chart and collaboration tools for project management classes
- Management of personal due dates and assignments with our mobile app
Our mission is to make teams insanely productive, so we're excited to help student teams excel in all of their projects. Visit Wrike for Students to learn more and sign up.