Arm Education

Arm Education comprises the Arm University Program and Arm Education Media. We work with academic and industry partners to support technology innovation and talent development through computing. Arm Education empowers accelerated learning and helps you learn, design and build with success with education materials from Arm and our ecosystem.


The Arm University Program helps faculty teach the latest from Arm and our ecosystem using education kits with teaching materials and technologies on electrical, electronic and computer engineering and computer science.


Arm Education Media provides textbooks and online courses that enable students, hobbyists, and aspiring or practicing engineers to close the skills gap between school and workplace, and to keep up with the latest industry developments.

Education Kits

Faculty can access and teach the latest technologies using free resources from Arm and our ecosystem partners.

Subject to a qualification process and hardware platform availability, Arm Education Kits are donated to faculty worldwide for course work. The kits typically include a full set of teaching materials, as well as seed hardware kits and licenses for professional software development tools.

Online Courses

Students, hobbyists and aspiring or practicing engineers can learn about state-of-the-art technologies from the Arm ecosystem.

Each modular online course includes lecture slides, hands-on lab videos with solutions, and interactive quizzes. The courses provide an understanding of Arm-based techniques and the principles of software and hardware system design. Note that some courses require hardware and software tools, which must be purchased separately.


Strong theoretical underpinnings combine with practical applications to teach about state-of-the-art technologies from the Arm ecosystem.

Textbooks are based on outcome-driven pedagogy, with student progress measurable via chapter-based exercises. They are suitable for adoption in core courses such as electrical, electronic and computer engineering, computer science, and related areas.