Welcome to the RWS Campus Group

The RWS Campus Group is a community group for lecturers, professors, academic professionals and students who  are members of the RWS Campus partner program. This central hub is where you will find many of the resources you need  for how to get started using our products, certification access, student pricing, logos and much more.

This community is for RWS Campus partners only.

How to join the RWS Campus Community

Students without an RWS Community account

Join the RWS Campus Students group without an account, follow the instructions in the video available here or in the “How to join the Students group” section below (make sure you have your university key).

Students with an RWS Community account

Already have a Community account? Join the RWS Campus Students group with an account (make sure you have your university key).


Professors looking to join the Professor Community.

Lecturers & Institutions

Trados makes it easy for you to provide your language departments with translation software and training.


Students & Graduates

Trados tools and training help you build your translation career and stand out within the translation industry.

Discover Trados Team

The RWS Campus program provides you with our latest cloud-based translation technology for you to teach your students the various tasks and roles involved in the world of professional translation.


Our Academic Members

Trados, part of the RWS Group, has over 600 academic members worldwide. Many of these are listed here.

RWS Internships

Our structured internship program provides linguistics graduates the opportunity to gain work experience.

How to join the Students group

View the video then join using the button below. You will need the university student 'key' from your professor.

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