Once you have joined the STUDENTserver, first order of business is downloading and installing one or more of the many Bentley software products relevant to your studies. Be sure to check for the vital Site Activation Code required to register the software as part of the installation process.Step 3
Bentley records each student’s completion of onDemand training in their personal Bentley Professional Training Transcript. It is available for review at any time and can be forwarded by Bentley to potential employers for both internships and full employment. It may take up to 24 hours for a completed course to appear in your transcript.
To learn how to use Bentley software, be sure to check out the online training. You will find a wide range of topics from how to use your new software to advanced subjects taught by experts in the field. To get started a list of recommended introductory courses are available on the eLearning page.Step 4
Through the Be Communities, Bentley provides access to a wealth of information including discussion forums, wikis, blogs, about all Bentley products as well as design/engineering discipline specific communities where students and faculty can network with working professionals and Bentley colleagues.
2014 WEF Student Design Competition WinnersDr. Artur Krawczyk, lecturer at AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland, named Bentley’s 2014 Educator of the Year.Bentley Sponsors 2015 ASCE/AISC National Student Steel Bridge CompetitionCongratulations to the Academy of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering in Krakow, Poland. 2014 Student Design Award WinnersCongratulations to the University of Auckland, New Zealand. 2014 Student Design Award Winners