To find out how you can work remotely, follow our guide to working from any location with your own device.

Academic software available on UniApps and UniDesk

  • ActiveListening (English) - software to learn a language
  • ADInstruments (Lab Chart 8 Reader) - data analysis software
  • Adobe Reader - read PDF documents
  • Anaconda
  • Ansys (Mechanical APDL) - simulation software mainly aimed at engineering students
  • Autograph - mathematics software focusing on statistics, graphs and large data
  • Biomechanics Toolbox - software for biomechanical data processing and modelling
  • BlueJ - Java development software
  • ChemBioOffice (ChemDrawStd) - scientific drawing programme
  • Chrome - Internet browser
  • CorelDraw - photo editing software
  • Eclipse - open source platform for Java developers
  • EndNote - bibliographic referencing software
  • Eviews- statistics software
  • GhostScript - Converts PDF files
  • gnuPlot - command line programme
  • Haskell Platform
  • Inspiration
  • Internet Explorer - Internet browser
  • KiCAd
  • KiTTY - open source platform for Unix users
  • Laminate Analysis Program
  • Maple - maths and engineering software
  • MATLAB - statistics software
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Word)
  • MiKTex (TeXworks) - write documents using markup
  • MindGenius Business Enterprise - mindmap software
  • NetLogo (HubNet) - programming software
  • Notepad++
  • Pandoc
  • Python - statistics software aimed at mathematics students
  • RStudio - open source programme development software
  • Sigmaplot
  • SPSS - stastics software package, aimed at social science students
  • SWI Prolog
  • Texmaker
  • TeXnixCenter - write documents in LaTex
  • Turning Point
  • Virtual Organ
  • Virtual Rat
  • Visual Studio - computer program development platform
  • Windows Media Player - plays media files such as audio and video
  • WinRATS - data analysis software
  • Xming - a display server for Microsoft Windows