Arm University Program Education Kits
To help faculty teach the latest technology from Arm and its ecosystem, the Arm University Program has developed a suite of Education Kits in a range of core subjects relevant to Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Computer Science and beyond. An Education Kit comprises a full set of teaching materials including lecture slides and lab manuals with solutions.
Note: Some courses may require professional software tools a donation of which must be requested separately. Any hardware requirements for labs may be purchased directly from distributors.
Arm software development tools are available to support the Education Kits as donations. Request your first-year software donation or license renewal below.
Efficient Embedded Systems Design and Programming
Teach the design and programming of embedded systems, and how to implement them in low-level hardware using standard C and assembly language
Rapid Embedded Systems Design and Programming
Teach how to accelerate the development of embedded systems, and rapidly prototype various embedded applications
Internet of Things
Teach IoT principles by working through a system that connects embedded sensors using commodity smartphones, developing skills such as app development and embedded system design
Digital Signal Processing
Help learners develop their ability to design DSP systems and create commercially viable audio applications, using high-performance and energy-efficient processors
Real-Time Operating Systems Design and Programming
Teach foundational RTOS concepts for embedded applications, including task scheduling, memory allocation and resource management
Teach how to develop embedded Linux-based projects, including Linux kernel configuration and custom peripheral driver development, using low cost yet powerful single board computers
Introduction to System on Chip
Teach a typical SoC development process around Arm Cortex-M processors, which are perfectly suited for IoT needs
Advanced System on Chip Design
Take your students through a typical advanced SoC design process on an Arm Cortex-A based platform, using standard hardware description and software programming languages
Introduction to Robotic Systems
Introduce your students to the principles behind the development of autonomous mechatronics and robotic systems, as used in manufacturing, automotive and space applications
Graphics and Mobile Gaming
Teach the latest graphics and game design technologies on mobile devices, with a focus on optimizing performance and reducing power consumption
Introduction to Computer Architecture
Teach fundamental concepts of computer architecture, including how these concepts are applied and implemented in modern processors
VLSI Fundamentals: A Practical Approach
Teach the fundamentals of VLSI design, including how the theories and concepts can be applied in the design of simple logic circuits and in the physical implementation of a simplified microprocessor.
Arm University Program Tools
Graphical Micro-Architecture Simulator
The ISA Simulator is a browser-based simulator for a subset of the Armv8-A instructions, (known as LEGv8). It can be run locally on a PC, and is offered exclusively and at no cost to academics, teaching staff, and students worldwide.