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Topic # 101024 23-Apr-2012 14:12 Send private message

Who can advise about the Adobe education licence in NZ. I am not sure what qualifies. Does a Photoshop course at Community Education qualify?
Any help appreciated




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  Reply # 613667 23-Apr-2012 14:14 Send private message

Think they have to be NZQA approved. Ill see if I can find out.... (work for an education provider)




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  Reply # 613670 23-Apr-2012 14:19 Send private message

CS6 is coming out soon. Would be definitely worth waiting for that if it is an option. I had a play with the beta and there are quite a few notable changes.



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  Reply # 613674 23-Apr-2012 14:23 Send private message

I agree and most resellers are offering a free upgrade.
In fact most resellers do n ot even sell the retail pack for CS5 as they are only interested in selling the education pack. Which makes me think there must be something I am missing. JB-HiFI for instance have shelved of the education pack but not a single retail pack. There just cannot be that many people qualifying for education pack licence if it is for full time students studying Graphics/Photography etc.
riahon: CS6 is coming out soon. Would be definitely worth waiting for that if it is an option. I had a play with the beta and there are quite a few notable changes.




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  Reply # 613687 23-Apr-2012 14:39 Send private message

ronw: I agree and most resellers are offering a free upgrade.
In fact most resellers do n ot even sell the retail pack for CS5 as they are only interested in selling the education pack. Which makes me think there must be something I am missing. JB-HiFI for instance have shelved of the education pack but not a single retail pack. There just cannot be that many people qualifying for education pack licence if it is for full time students studying Graphics/Photography etc.
riahon: CS6 is coming out soon. Would be definitely worth waiting for that if it is an option. I had a play with the beta and there are quite a few notable changes.


Probably because not too many people can afford the full retail pack, but many people know someone on a course of some type, so can buy it through them. The cost of design software is very expensive.

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