Qualifications for Google Apps for Education

Institutions that meet the following criteria are eligible to have Google Apps for Education: 12 years of basic education that prepare graduates for tertiary or higher education. The terminology may vary but you can check some examples below (remember Google Apps for Education is not limited to these countries):

  • Albania: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Australia: P-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Austria: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Bulgaria: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Canada: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Chile: Baccalaureate or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Colombia: Baccalaureate or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Denmark: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Egypt: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern IrelandLocal Education Authorities (LEAs), FE and HE institutions that are formally accredited.
  • Estonia: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Germany: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Italy: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited
  • Iceland: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Lithuania: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Mexico: Baccalaureate or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Netherlands: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Norway: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Philippines: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • South Korea: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Spain: Baccalaureate or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Sweden: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Switzerland: Gymnasium or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • Turkey: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.
  • United States: K-12 or higher educational institution that is formally accredited.

If your country is not listed here please contact our support team so they can provide you more information on the qualifications and guidelines for Google Apps for Education.

Google reserves the right to determine an organization's eligibility for the Education edition upgrade. It may take up to two weeks for your application to be processed.

Here are some additional examples schools and organizations to help you determine if you qualify for this edition of Google Apps.

Examples that qualify

Examples that DO NOT qualify

Park Elementary School Park University Fraternities & Sororities
Park Middle School Park University Student Organizations (i.e. choir group)
Park High School Park Sports Teams
Park School District Solution/Service Provider for Park Schools
Park Technical College Association of Park City Doctors
Park Community College Park Teacher's website/blogsite
Park University Park Driving School
Park University Department of Computer Science Park Beauty School
Park University Alumni Park Church
  Park Equestrian Club
  Park Sports Club
  Park Sailing Courses
  Park Public Library
  Park Student's website/blogsite

Educational institutions that receive their academic and operational funding from the federal government, such as U.S. military academies, are eligible to use Google Apps for Government and do not qualify to use Google Apps for Education. Learn more.

If your organization meets the above requirements, please follow the instructions to sign up up for an account and apply for Google Apps for Education.

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