For more than three decades, SAS has partnered with colleges and universities around the world to provide students, faculty and staff with the skills and knowledge they need to become tomorrow's leaders. The local SAS Academic Program has a number of support initiatives that will assist you in your teaching and research. As part of the SAS Academic Program, SAS can provide: SAS Software licenses, course materials, SAS publications, guest lecturers, SAS certification for students and links to industry internships.
SAS Belux Certification Program: SCYP - With its SCYP Program, standing for SAS Certified Young Potentials, SAS Belgium offers young graduates for free an E-learning program to get trained in SAS and obtain a SAS Base Certificate.
For more than three decades, SAS has partnered with educational institutions around the world to help give students the skills and knowledge they need to become tomorrow’s decision makers. The SAS Belux Academic Program actively supports students who are using SAS technologies through a number of popular programs at little to no cost. For further information on any of these programs, please contact us via email.
Why investing in learning SAS?
Take a look at the following resources to learn more about the value of SAS – from classroom to career opportunities.
The needs of universities and colleges vary according to the proposed use of SAS. Please contact SAS to discuss the most appropriate way to license our software for your needs. Briefly, the options are:
SAS makes the software available for free at greatly reduced rates to universities and colleges.
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Here you will find valuable information regarding the installation of SAS Software. The following links contain the most up-to-date installation and configuration documentation to aid you in a successful implementation and deployment of the Software.
Foundation software (SAS Education Analytical Suite and optional additional software)
SAS OnDemand for Academics Starting point: Each teacher and student user must register for a SAS profile (which consists of a SAS username and password) before they can download the software. Once he/she has a SAS profile, the teacher must set up a course profile (this includes selecting the software to be used and uploading the course data) before emailing students information on how to register for their SAS profiles, and how to access their specific course.
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