Driving Innovative Thinking and Academic Excellence
Students preparing for careers in today’s challenging global economic environment need to raise the bar to succeed. They need exceptionally strong analytical skills and tools to keep pace with rapid change and make better decisions faster. The QlikView Academic program is designed to give students the skills and tools they need to succeed.
The program supports the academic community by enabling hands-on experience with QlikView in a college or university-supported curriculum. The QlikView Business Discovery platform enables people to use information to discover new insights that drive new ideas and better decisions. With QlikView, students can easily consolidate, search, and visually analyze data. QlikView unleashes analytical and critical thinking skills that make the learning experience richer and more powerful.
The QlikView Academic Program provides:
- Free QlikView licenses to support the learning experience.
- Online resources and training for qualifying faculty to support development of curriculum and use of QlikView in the classroom.
Students with QlikView experience will look at information differently. They’ll enrich their knowledge by understanding how to discover patterns, make connections across their fields of study, and use visualizations to bring findings to life.
The QlikView Academic Program is for accredited, university-level publicly- and privately-funded institutions.
QlikView grants are considered for the following:
- Faculty, visiting instructors, and/or research professionals who are formally associated with an accredited institution and will use QlikView in a formal course curriculum.
- Academic research and/or education purposes including student and faculty instruction, projects, and demonstrations.
If you represent an accredited institution and would like to explore how this program can help you, your students, and/or your institution delve deeper into complex information; we invite you to fill out an application for consideration of a QlikView Academic Program grant.