Arm Education

Arm Education comprises the Arm University Program, Arm Education Media, and the Arm School Program. Each program works with academic, education and industry partners to support technology innovation and talent development through computing and STEM.

By drawing on Arm’s technological expertise, innovation and ecosystem, Arm Education leverages its extensive partner network to offer resources that accelerate learning through market-leading education materials and technologies. Students learn how to design and build with success now and for the future.

Education Kits

Arm education kits use state-of-the-art technologies from the Arm ecosystem, and subject to a qualification process, are offered free-of-charge to faculty worldwide to use in their courses.

Kits contain a full set of learning outcome-driven teaching materials for use within a typical 10 to 14-week university/college course. The pedagogy is experiential as fundamental concepts are cemented with hands-on lab experiments using modern hardware platforms and professional software development tools.

Online Courses

Arm Education online courses help students, hobbyists, and engineers accelerate learning through modular online courses that include lecture slides and hands-on lab videos with solutions and interactive quizzes.

Courses provide an understanding of fundamental engineering concepts using Arm-based hardware and software technologies as tools and demonstrators. Note that some courses require hardware and software tools, which must be purchased separately.


Arm Education textbooks combine strong theoretical underpinnings with practical application using state-of-the-art technologies from the Arm ecosystem.  

Our textbooks focus on learning outcomes, with student progress measurable via chapter-based exercises and labs. They are suitable for adoption in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science and related courses. Arm Education Media textbooks can be purchased by individuals, faculties or libraries, and in digital and print formats.