Kick-start creativity in the classroom

Visual communication is everywhere today. Learning to express ideas visually is one of the most valuable skills you can give your students—and one of the best ways to get their attention.

Corel's collection of graphic design software brings creativity and artistic talent to the forefront. Your students will expand their imaginations and create amazing artwork with Corel's award-winning graphics products. Most importantly, you can educate students with industry-leading design tools to help master the skills that are in demand in today's job market.

Help build the foundation for careers that your students can be passionate about!

  • Learn quickly with custom workspaces and resources
  • Work with industry-leading design tools
  • Help students master the fundamentals
  • Make projects and presentations as compelling and effective as possible
  • Output to virtually any media format

Worried about students learning new software?

The workspaces in many Corel products can be customized to recreate the workspaces found in products from Adobe, resulting in a seamless transition for your students.


CorelDRAW Graphics Suite

Graphic design, photo editing and website design software

CorelDRAW Technical Suite

The most complete and cost-effective technical communication software solution

Painter (Windows/Mac)

The world's leading paint program

CorelCAD (Windows/Mac)

The smart choice for 2D and 3D design, for Windows and Mac OS

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The standard of work the students are producing is now much higher. And because Corel is industry standard software, students will have an advantage when they arrive at a university or an employer that uses it too.

—Jon Bell, Head of Design and Technology at Tadcaster Grammar School, England