Maple is a powerful mathematical problem-solving and visualization system used worldwide in education, research, and industry. Whether you need to do quick calculations, develop design sheets, teach fundamental concepts, or produce sophisticated high-fidelity simulation models, Maple's world-leading computation engine offers the breadth and depth to handle every type of mathematics.

Maple is available on Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS X 10.7+ and Linux. Please see Maple System Requirements for more information.

License Eligibility

Maple software is only available for installation on UBC-owned devices that are used for university business.

Students can purchase a student version directly from Maple's webstore for personal use.


More Information

For more information about this program, please visit the Maple website.


Installation Information

To install Maple on your UBC-owned device, contact your local IT support team or submit a request to Okanagan campus staff and faculty should contact the UBC Okanagan IT Services Help Desk.



Maple Quick Reference Cards

User Manual

Programming Guide

Welcome Center
The Maplesoft Welcome Center has been designed to provide both new and experienced users of Maplesoft products with a one-stop resource guide that will help you get the most out of your software.

Teacher Resource Center
Maple has revolutionized the way teachers and students teach and learn mathematics. Its Smart Document interface allows for an unprecedented level of point-and-click problem solving and visualization. This approach allows teachers and students to focus on concepts, and eliminates the need to memorize command names and syntax.

Student Help Center
The Student Help Center provides online forums to get answers to your math questions, online calculators for quick answers to math problems, plus all the resources you need to get up to speed and fully command the power of Maple.

Application Center
The Application Center features over 2,000 applicaiotns contributed by the Maplesoft user community.

MaplePrimes is a web community dedicated to sharing experiences, techniques, and opinions about Maple.