Most of the design software used at Aalto is under "educational license". This usually means that the use of the software has some limitations in comparison to commercial products. In most cases only educational use is allowed (part of the curriculum/studies, produces ECTS). But there are exceptions and differences between different software. So it is important to check the license & consult staff if needed.
As an example you can find the instructions of proper use for a nominal "Example CAD software" below:
Guidelines for Students Using "Example CAD sofware" EDU
Course cooperation with the company:
The company can see the outputs of the students. If a company wants to use licensed files for production, that plan must be redone from scratch under the company’s license.
Master's theses done with a company
The company can see the outputs of the students. If a company wants to use the files created under the license for purposes other than evaluating output, that plan must be redone from scratch under the company's license.
If part of Aalto's studies, or a competition aimed specifically at students, can participate with an EDU license.
If the material is part of the studies (has produced study attainments), the use is allowed when the mention of eg "Coursework made in Aalto University". When the course is made in co-operation with a partner, check the course agreement or with a responsible teacher, to see how credit is agreed to be mentioned.