- The new offer supports students and professionals in developing professional skills that are in demand by industry for sustainable innovation

- 3DEXPERIENCE Edu combines a new portfolio of learning experiences, publications, partnerships, competitions and certifications with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform
- Dassault Systèmes' industry-leading role plays a crucial role in improving employment opportunities

Dassault Systèmes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA) is now launching 3DEXPERIENCE Edu, a new offer for students and professionals to improve their skills to develop sustainable innovation and thus increase their chances in tomorrow's world of work. With 3DEXPERIENCE Edu, Dassault Systèmes is underlining its leading role in building a future-oriented working world. The 3DEXPERIENCE platform provides new opportunities for lifelong learning and for linking academic institutions with industry to promote employment opportunities.

3DEXPERIENCE Edu will provide competence-based learning materials, establish global partnerships and training centres, involve students in sustainability competitions, and offer a new portfolio of learning experiences and certifications for professionals on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. These programmes and resources aim to develop collective knowledge about important emerging roles and skills and redefine cooperation between academic institutions and business. The aim is to accelerate the introduction of new methods in industry and to transform education as a whole through experiential learning.

Studies show a discrepancy between the skills required today to fill vacancies and academic curricula. In addition, the global Covid-19 pandemic is increasing the need for retraining, education and training to help companies and academic institutions restructure internally. Hybrid learning is becoming the new norm in education. Whether online or in the classroom, learning is always about people getting involved. Experience-based learning is the solution for learners who want to actively develop their skills by creating projects and actively working with peers, experts and mentors.

"For the industry to grow in the era of Covid-19, people must be able to adapt to new ways of working. Companies need to prepare their employees for rapidly changing tasks and also identify talents who have the right skills. Industry must also work with training institutes to narrow the gap between what is actually required and what is taught," says Florence Verzelen, Executive Vice President, Industry, Marketing, Global Affairs, Workforce of the Future at Dassault Systèmes. "We have long been a strategic partner for industry. This puts us in a unique position to know exactly what skills are needed in the world of work and how people can be prepared for them. 3DEXPERIENCE Edu offers a new environment that will provide the workforce of tomorrow with skills and know-how. We can inspire and empower people to develop sustainable innovation by changing the way they learn, teach, perform and share.

3DEXPERIENCE Edu builds on Dassault Systèmes' decades of experience in 11 industries and supports 5 million students of all ages, as well as academic institutions, businesses and professionals each year who want to improve their know-how, skills or employment opportunities. These include providing education packages to organisations worldwide during the Covid-19 contact restrictions, and partnerships with the Re-Engineering Australia Foundation, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Illinois Institute of Technology on life sciences and the World Economic Forum on advanced manufacturing skills.

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