Microsoft 365 is available in a variety of plans to best meet the needs of your organization. This article contains specific information on each of the different Microsoft 365 A5 plans available to you.
Each Microsoft 365 Education plan includes a number of individual services, such as Exchange Online and SharePoint Online. Other features induced are OneDrive, Skype for Business Online, Office for both Web and application, Power BI, Yammer and Azure Information Protection.
Schools qualify for Office 365 A1 when they license Office institution-wide for faculty and staff through Enrollment for Education Solutions, Open Value Subscription Education Solutions, Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), or a school contract. Meaning you can sign up with us by assigning your users or facility by performing the steps located in the following article:
Enabling New Office 365 Services
After the school qualifies, all active full-time or part-time students, faculty, and staff are eligible and can get the plan directly from Microsoft at Office 365 Education if they meet all three of the following requirements:
They have a school-specific email address provided by the school (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org) that can receive external email.
They are of legal age to sign up for an online offer individually (13 years old).
They have Internet access.
If you have additional questions about self-sign up please review the following article.
Office 365 Education Self-Sign up: Technical FAQ
For a full list of the features that comes with the Microsoft 365 Education Products, please review the following documents that contains all of the product services and product add-ons available to students and faculties :