Google Workspace for Education and Office 365 for Academia Comparison
Want to know how Google Workspace compares to Microsoft Office 365 for education and nonprofits? The table below compares the key features of the two cloud services.
To qualify for Google Workspace for Education you must be a K-12 or higher educational institution that is not-for-profit and formally accredited. See Google's eligibility guide for more details
To qualify for Google Workspace for Nonprofits you must be registered as a charitable organisation in the eligible countries. Please see Google's eligibility guide for more details
To qualify for Microsoft Office 365 for Education you must be accredited educational institution. Microsoft reserves the right to verify eligibility at any time and suspend the service for ineligible customers. Please see Microsoft's Office 365 for Education information page for more information
To qualify for Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits, you must meet Microsoft’s Nonprofit eligibility as defined in your respective country. For more information see Microsoft's page on Office 365 for Nonprofits