Software on campus

Core software

All student PCs run Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2016, SPSS, Minitab, Write-n-cite, Mindview and Claro Suite as a minimum core provision.

In addition, depending on where a PC is located determines what other specialist software may be installed. See 'Specialist software' below for details.

A complete list of software including the version used for the current academic year can be found here.

Some applications are available to download for student's own computers, please see Offers for Students for more details.

Using Adobe 2019 Software Suite as a UWE student

Adobe has introduced a new way of managing its user licenses with the introduction of it's 2019 versions. This means everyone needs to log in to an Adobe account to use their software.

When you start a session on a UWE computer and open an Adobe program you will be presented with a log in screen. You only need to enter your UWE email address and click "Sign In". IF you are using a PC, this will take you through to the program. If you are using a Mac, you be re-directed to a second log in screen where you need to enter your UWE email addrss and password.

Some users may have their own Adobe account. If you use this, you may see differences in the software features available compared to the UWE Adobe Enterprise account and we will only be able to support you with the UWE version.

Specialist software

Areas of Frenchay Library and some open access/learning zones have specialist PCs with specific groups of specialist software installed. Faculties may also provide a range of specialist hardware and software to support their teaching and learning.

Please see links below for more information on software and locations.

Software groups are:

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