aspenONE® for Universities

aspenONE for Universities  empowers students and professors with an integrated suite of software products for engineering.

Currently, over 900 universities worldwide use the same AspenTech software as global industry leaders. This technology will enhance students’ education—helping them to gain the skills and expertise needed to succeed in the workforce, while enabling professors to demonstrate the proper tools to resolve critical engineering challenges.


Give your students the tools they need to succeed.

Prepare your student’s for work in the process industries by putting industry-leading engineering software tools at their fingertips—helping them to gain proficiency that is necessary for engineering practice while applying theoretical concepts from earlier coursework.

The ultimate teaching aid is right at your fingertips.

Students now have access to a wide range of E-Learning content right from within ourproducts!

Aspen E-Learning includes:

  • Computer-based training (CBT) modules
  • Video tutorials
  • Example models
  • Jump start guides
  • Technical webinars

Get students started in less time.

Get your students up to speed with aspenONE software in less time with University Teaching Modules. Built specifically with students in mind, these modules cover a wide range of topics.

Receive award-winning support.

AspenTech is committed to helping your organization maximize its investment. Access our online Support Center and Knowledge Base library of technical articles, FAQs, best practices, and more!

Cover a wide variety of topics.

The University Package for Process Engineeringcontains tools fit for any type or size of assignment—large or small. Students can gain experience in process simulation, energy analysis studies, feasibility studies, equipment design, economic evaluation, planning & scheduling—and more! The package includes 50+ products that are widely used in the process industries today.

See how universities are using aspenONE.

Numerous papers and textbooks have been written by academia documenting how process simulation has successfully been used in research projects by students and professors alike.