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Student Program

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Technical Training

Technical training at SOLIDWORKS World is held in both lecture-style breakouts as well as hands-on sessions. The breakout sessions give attendees classroom-style learning on a wide variety of topics, taught by industry experts.

The hands-on sessions allow you to use the software and experience a deep-dive into a topic. Want to know about a new SOLIDWORKS product, head to the beginner sessions and quickly get up to speed, for the more advanced users head to the expert sessions and learn all the productivity tips from for fellow users that will take your productivity to the next level.

The skills and knowledge you learn during these sessions can be used immediately when you return to school, helping you to accelerate your design process and skills. With over 250 training sessions available, you are sure to find multiple topics of interest to you every day.

Even better, we’re offering two unique sessions specifically for students:
NEW FOR 2019

Student Job Fair*

Are you a college or university student? Join us at our first student job fair specifically for designed for college and university students. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to get one-on-one time with Human Resource (HR) representatives from several of our SOLIDWORKS customers. Come prepared to speed interview your way through all these companies.

*This session is open to all registered college or university students only.
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Life After School: A SOLIDWORKS Customer Panel Discussion

Ever wish you could speak directly to industry professionals and ask them for career advice? Now you can. At SOLIDWORKS World 2019 you will get to hear from notable SOLIDWORKS customers about what life could be like after graduation and the steps you should take to boost your career. Don’t forget to pre-register for this unique panel discussion.
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NEW FOR 2019
Become a Certified SOLIDWORKS User,
for Free!
All students who register and attend SOLIDWORKS World 2019 will receive a free SOLIDWORKS Certification voucher, good for one year, in order to achieve one of the most distinguished 4 letters you can add after your name: CSWP.
Partner Pavilion
The Partner Pavilion is the hub of the event, where over 100 SOLIDWORKS partners will showcase new technology, tools, and applications. Between all of the great breakout sessions, make sure to spend your time in the Partner Pavilion; learn how you can extend your investment with SOLIDWORKS and experience SOLIDWORKS-designed products and see how they are built.
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Networking
Prior attendees have told us that the greatest value from attending SOLIDWORKS World is the endless networking opportunities, offered throughout the event, to connect with like-minded people. There is no better place to gain new skills, play with new technology, hear new ideas, and connect with fellow community members to ignite your passion, than SOLIDWORKS World.

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To register for the full conference you must be 18 years old or older and show proof that you are an active student at onsite registration. Each full conference pass includes:

  • Access to all open conference sessions
  • Conference materials
  • Admission to the Partner Pavilion
  • All evening receptions and Tuesday’s Special Event
  • Breakfasts, lunches, and refreshment breaks
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*Hotel accomodations are not included.

For students 17 and under, join us on Wednesday, February 13th for Student Day where students and their teachers or mentors can come to SOLIDWORKS World for free. This free Student Day pass is a one-day full-conference pass, a value of $495. It includes access to all open conference sessions, including the afternoon student panel discussion, admission to the Partner Pavilion, and breakfasts, lunches, and refreshment breaks. Hotel accomodations are not included

To register for Student Day, teachers and mentors should contact Sara Junghans, SOLIDWORKS Education.