Mechanical Research and Education Programs
Mentor Graphics Mechanical Analysis as your research partner.
Higher Education Program
At Mentor, we know that today’s students are tomorrow’s engineers. Our Mechanical Higher Education Program (HEP) helps ensure that mechanical engineering students and researchers have access to industry-current fluid dynamics software.
As part of that program, we significantly discount our mechanical analysis software for educational institutions. These educational versions are identical to those used by industry customers, without restrictions on physical models or mesh size. These discounts are available to qualified programs from high school through higher degree university research, ensuring the technical depth and ease-of-use needed to prepare students for successful careers.
For more information on the program in your global region (including software products available through the program, support pricing, and other benefits) please contact the HEP Representative in your region.
University Intern Program
The Mechanical Analysis Division has an excellent university intern program in the UK. Students are offered real-life work experience in either a technical or a marketing role. Each placement can last up to 14 months and offers a competitive salary plus holiday pay. Read more about the University Intern Program
Our Mechanical division has a long history of collaborative research, and is active within the NAFEMS CFD Working Group and JEDEC Thermal Committee.
The organization supports undergraduate teaching and research in fluid dynamics and heat transfer. We work with many partners, including PTC and SolidWorks, to help high school students to discover that engineering is cool!
Research & Public Sector Program
Mentor offers discounted software to qualified national lab personnel, and to government agencies involved in qualified scientific research.
Software provided with these discounts is identical to that used in commerical applications, but may only be used for non-commercial or research purposes. To learn more about this program, please contact your local Mentor Graphics Mechanical office.