Online Course Compendium

Access the full collection of our Computer Engineering and Informatics online courses through our new compendium offering. This provides you with unlimited access to ALL 7 online courses for 3 months, for a single one-off payment of USD 40.00.


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Why Arm?

Arm processor design is at the heart of technology that touches 70% of the world’s population—from sensors to smartphones to super computers. Arm combines a vibrant ecosystem with more than 1,000 partners delivering silicon, development tools and software, and with more than 270 billion processors shipped to date, fueling a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate.


What our Online Course Compendium offers you?

Arm Education online courses cover a variety of subjects including Embedded Linux, System on Chip Design, Mechatronics and Robotics and much more. A complete list of our courses can be found here.

Our online course compendium provides you with unlimited access to ALL 7 online courses for 3 months – for a single one-off payment.   


Online Course Compendium Highlights 

  • Over 70 individual learning modules 
  • Over 2,000 lecture slides
  • Over 650 multiple choice questions to test your understanding
  • 1,400 minutes of videos 
  • 700 minutes of lab videos emphasising the practical applications of Arm-based technologies


An invaluable resource for students and practicing or aspiring engineers looking for an introduction to fundamental Arm-based technologies such as:

  • Arm Cortex-M processor architectures and Arm Cortex-M based SoCs
  • Arm Cortex-A processor architectures and Arm Cortex-A based SoCs
  • Arm-based microcontrollers as low-power DSP computing platforms
  • Embedded Linux OS architecture
  • Arm Mali GPU architecture

Interested in more Arm Education resources? Check out our GitHub repo to download additional resources including education kits, textbooks and reference books.

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