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Is there possible way to get FPGA development boards from Intel for students?

Good day.

 

I study with my brother for the third year at Technical

University in Czech Republic. We both study Applied Electronics

(specializing in the automotive industry). We are very interested in

electronics. In the future, we would also like to make a living from

electronics.

 

We still try to understand electronics as much as possible, but we

know, that the way to understand it correctly is to apply it in

practice.

 

We have many ideas and visions, that we would like to realize, but our

financial capabilities do not allow us to do so. We would like to

realize our ideas and therefore, We would like to ask you if it is possible

to provide us any free of charge development kit of FPGA from you,

which we would also like to use for our school projects (our final thesis,

which we will prepare this year). We believe that your company offers exactly,

what we need and is therefore a perfect guide to the secrets of FPGAs and electronics.

 

On the other hand, we would like to work in our own company, which we

are going to start, dealing with the development of electronics,

focused on the development of electronic devices and systems in both

the automotive and consumer industries based on FPGA and we would also like to use

your products during development.

 

Thank you for your answer and have a nice day.

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Good day, Paavel

 

The Intel® FPGA University Program offers donations of licenses for software and intellectual property (IP), and donations of FPGA hardware. To submit a donation request, you must be registered as a member of the Intel FPGA University Program. Membership is available to faculty and staff of universities and colleges. To enroll in the program or to make requests, click on the links to the online forms below.

 

Try to explore the below link which will answer your questions.

https://software.intel.com/en-us/fpga-academic

 

Also, check below links to.

https://software.intel.com/en-us/fpga-academic/learn

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/training/university/members.html

 

Let me know if this has helped resolve the issue you are facing or if you need any further assistance.

 

Regards

Anand

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Thank you very much, but it looks to the way that Intel does not support students in this direction:

 

  Undergrad students are not eligible to register.

  If you were looking for Quartus software,

  Please download the Web Edition for free.

 

So I'll have to seek help elsewhere.

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Yes, Students are ineligible to be members.

 

But students can download and use Quartus® Prime Lite Edition software free of charge and can purchase boards at the academic price from Terasic* Technologies.

 

Regards

Anand

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