We all know where Minecraft: Java Edition files are stored (Windows 10):


It's a little harder to find, but Bedrock Edition players can find their world saves here:


Surprisingly, there is no documentation online found on where files are stored for Minecraft: Education Edition.

I would expect, since MCEE is based off of MCBE, the files are stored as another folder in Packages:


or something of the like.

But I don't see an extra folder for MCEE there.

If not there, then where?

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I found my Education Edition worlds in:


(change username to your username in Windows)

  • 1
    I forgot to mention, if you want to use them in Bedrock then it will not let you Apr 18, 2021 at 8:22
  • Hm, this is interesting. Could it be that something has changed? If so, I'll have to mark my answer as outdated.
    – One 2 Many
    Apr 18, 2021 at 16:23
  • My files are at this location as well
    – Hacker
    Jan 14, 2022 at 21:51

Surprisingly, I found the MCEE world files in a similar location to the MCJE world files instead, at the following folder path:

C:\Users\ExpertCoder14\AppData\Roaming\Minecraft Education Edition\games\com.mojang\minecraftWorlds

Just like Bedrock Edition, MCEE doesn't show the level names on the folders, you'll need to open each folder's inner file named levelname.txt to reveal which world that is.

From there, refer to the Bedrock Edition NBT editor posts for help.


I found mine under Windows (C:) (I have a Windows 11), then Program Files x86. Then I clicked Microsoft Studios and it was there.
I renamed Microsoft Studios to Minecraft for future easy file finding.

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    Don't change the folder names in Program Files, as it might cause Minecraft to stop being able to run!
    – Joachim
    Sep 23, 2022 at 18:50

MCEE has its com.mojang folder at the location


replace username with your windows username

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    What information does this convey that the other answers already don't already go over?
    – TiimzyFR
    Dec 20, 2023 at 16:28

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