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Microsoft Office and Windows Benefits for Students

Thanks to ESMT’s campus agreement with Microsoft, current ESMT students can download and install Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows free of charge in addition to the suite of Microsoft web apps and services available in the Office 365 Portal. 
 

 

Microsoft Office

To download and install Microsoft Office…
  1. Log into your Office 365 account (https://portal.office.com).
  2. Look for the Install Office on your PC section on your Home page and follow the provided instructions.
    • If you are having problems finding the download on your home page you can also find the download in your account’s settings page under Software > Install and manage software.

You can install Office on up to 5 compatible PCs and Macs, plus 5 mobile devices. This Microsoft Office subscription is active for as long as you are a student at ESMT. Once you graduate or leave ESMT, you will have the opportunity to keep using the software by paying for a license directly from Microsoft.

By downloading and installing the software you are entering a license agreement directly with Microsoft.

 

Microsoft Windows

To download and install Microsoft Windows…
  1. Go to http://esmt.onthehub.com
  2. Register for an OnTheHub (Kivuto Solutions) account using your ESMT email address.
  3. Once you have completed the account creation process and log in with your account, you will be presented with download and installation instructions.
Current students have the right to download and run one copy of Microsoft Windows through the campus agreement. Once installed, it can continue to be used after graduation and will not require the purchase of a new license.
 
By downloading and installing the software you are entering a license agreement directly with Microsoft. 
 
 

Installation Support

Support options are provided by Microsoft at http://support.office.com. We ask for your understanding that we are not able to provide direct support for installation or use of software on student computers.
 

Published by Andrew Olson on Thursday, 29. October 2015
(last updated 3 years 3 weeks ago)