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Educational Grant Program

IHS Markit is committed to advancing education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Each year, IHS Markit donates its engineering and geological products to educational institutions worldwide, so that the next generation of oil and gas professionals is equipped with our industries' most advanced tools.

In 2017, we estimate that IHS Markit donated to over 350 universities in 50+ countries - providing more than $340 million in software and training. These donations support our focus to advance education in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).

The educational institutions that meet our qualifications will receive a one-year grant of our software for classroom use and research. In addition, we provide free training in public courses (subject to availability). Products available for donation include:

Engineering and Geoscience Software

Mapping, Data Management and Analysis Software

  • IHS AccuMap® (includes Western Canada and Territories; Northern States are unavailable for donation)
How to Apply

Engineering and Geoscience Products

Mapping, Data Management and Analysis Software

  • If this is a new request or renewal, download the AccuMap grant application
  • Northern States are no longer available for donation
  • IHS Digital Logs and Data Manager are no longer available for donation
  • DVD update delivery is no longer available. Updates will be available on the AccuMap Download site. Update instructions and video are available on the site
How to Qualify
  • The university or institution may use the software for classroom instruction or research. The software must not be used for commercial purposes.
  • The university or institution must reference IHS Markit and the IHS Markit products in any technical paper written using the software.
  • The university or institution must offer an undergraduate or graduate degree in one or more of the following studies: Geology, Geophysics, or Engineering. Technical colleges offering a diploma in the above studies may also apply.
  • The university or institution will provide the hardware required to access the granted technology. The hardware should meet the recommended system requirements.
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