Software Downloads

User consent now required before accessing Software Downloads/Kivuto
Beginning Thursday, January 4, 2018, users will now be required to accept a consent form before downloading software from Software Downloads/Kivuto. The consent form will be shown after a user logs in but before they are given access to the storefront. Inclusion of the consent form allows Kivuto to be used in Canada and remain within FIPPA guidelines (Section 30.1(a) of FIPPA)
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT Help Desk.


Click the download links below to get started. If you need assistance with your CWL account, please contact the UBC IT Accounts Team. If you encounter any difficulties downloading the software, contact the UBC IT Help Desk.


Adobe downloads

Adobe Products

Adobe Products (Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Pro DC) are available to staff and faculty to conduct university business. For more information on eligibility, cost, and installation, visit the Adobe Products page.

Download Adobe Products


Download Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365

All active students* qualify for a free Microsoft 365 (or M365) subscription. Software downloads include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. Students running Windows can also install Publisher and Access. M365 Office applications can work on multiple devices (up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets, and five phones per user) simultaneously.

Download Microsoft 365


Download Windows 10

Microsoft Windows Education

All active students* with a valid CWL account now qualify for a free Windows Education download. This can be installed on one device. For full details, installation instructions, and an FAQ, visit the Windows Student Service Catalogue Page.

Windows Education


Download Anti-Malware

Cybersecurity Software

UBC licenses software to increase the security protection on devices used by UBC faculty and staff for University Business. The software offerings include Cisco Secure Endpoint (AMP for Endpoints) and Umbrella Roaming Security Module for Cisco AnyConnect. If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact

Download Cybersecurity Software



Teaching & Learning Software

UBC licenses teaching and learning software for students, staff, and faculty. The software offerings include: iClicker, MATLAB, NVivo, Respondus Quiz, Respondus StudyMate, SolidWorks, VideoScribe, Camtasia, and Snagit. For details on LT Hub supported software, visit the tool guides. If you have questions or require assistance, please contact

Download Teaching and Learning Software


For a full list of software available for UBC students, staff, and faculty, please visit the UBC IT Software Licensing Page.

* For more information on who qualifies as an active student, please see the Microsoft 365 Office for students FAQ.