Educational institution eligibility
"Educational Establishment" means:
• Accredited public or private primary, secondary, or higher education school providing full-time instruction. This includes nursery schools, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, grammar schools, schools for the handicapped, teacher training colleges, technical colleges, further education colleges, research institutes, adult education centres, and State run or State subsidized facilities for the retraining of the unemployed.
Note: School Site Licences are available to qualifying public and nonpublic schools only, located at a single address. These site licences are not available for sale or use by post secondary or higher education institutions.
• Administrative offices or boards of education of Educational Establishments (for their own use)
• Home schools approved in writing by Adobe in its sole discretion
• Government schools located in the Territory
• Named educational entities approved by Adobe, only if individual named entities are approved by Adobe in writing if not already listed by Adobe on its website
a. Hospitals that are wholly owned and operated by an Educational Establishment. Wholly owned and operated means the Educational Establishment is sole owner of the hospital and the only entity exercising control over day-to-day operations.
b. Education research laboratories that are a public establishment and recognised as such, teach students as part of their research mission, and can provide a copy of bylaws that state the relationship with the controlling university
c. Educational consortiums and systems: Corporations and associations validly organised and existing under the laws of the Territory, whereby each member or shareholder of which is an accredited school
• Other qualified examples as listed by Adobe from time to time on its website
• Nonaccredited schools
• Hospitals not wholly owned and operated by an Educational Establishment
• Religious organisations that are not accredited schools
• Training centres or schools granting certificates for courses such as computer software training or job training that are not accredited schools that grant degrees requiring not less than the equivalent of two (2) years of full-time study
• Military schools that do not grant academic degrees
• Other nonqualified examples as listed by Adobe from time to time on its website