The STEM Solution for
Your Community
Play Smartly, Learn Happily
Join us by operating your own
VEX Academy Campus!
Inspired by the
excitement of hands-on,
minds-on STEM learning
and the feeling of
creating something
with technology.

Play Smartly, Learn Happily The STEM Solution
for Your Community
Join us by operating your own VEX Academy Campus! Inspired by the
excitement of hands-on,
minds-on STEM learning
and the feeling of
creating something with
technology.

VEX Robotics APAC Educator Webinars

Bring STEM to Your Classroom with VEX IQ Robotics

Date & Time: 16:00-17:00 BJT (UTC+8),
16 November

1. WHY Robotics?
2. Overview of the VEX Continuum
3. How to bring STEM to your classroom with VEX IQ
4. Integrating STEM Labs into your curriculum
5. VEX IQ Competition

2022 Q4 Schedule

30-Nov: Bring STEM to Your Secondary School Classroom with VEX EXP Robotics Platform

14-Dec: Robotics Shaping Students Careers – VEX V5 Workcell

VEX Academy offers accessible, scalable, and affordable STEM teaching and learning solutions that span from Pre-K to Grade 12.

VEX Academy offers accessible, scalable, and affordable STEM teaching and learning solutions that span from Pre-K to Grade 12.

Join us by operating your own VEX Academy Campus/Classroom!

VEX Academy is designed specifically for training center operators so you can take the industry leading VEX Robotics and Computer Science STEM teaching solutions to both your local schools and the families at large.
Begin your VEX Academy journey today by submitting this form to va-ap@vex.com

Join us by operating your own VEX Academy Campus/Classroom!

VEX Academy is designed specifically for training center operators so you can take the industry leading VEX Robotics and Computer Science STEM teaching solutions to both your local schools and the families at large.
Begin your VEX Academy journey today by submitting this form to va-ap@vex.com

Explore the Full VEX Experience with Various Opportunities

Explore the Full VEX Experience with Various Opportunities

Mr. Da Xingye

“Learning with VEX gives me an edge over my peers in robotics. VEX World Championship was my first international competition and this strengthened my determination to devote myself to research and engage in robotics.”

Da Xingye was a high school team member at the first VEX World Championship in 2008, He attended Shanghai Jiao Tong University after graduating from high school, where he served as the leader of a robot team. He was selected for the joint training of Shanghai Jiaotong University and Purdue University, and obtained a double undergraduate degree. Later, he studied at the University of Michigan, at the UM for his doctorate degree with a full scholarship. Bipedal robots were one of his research interests. He worked for NVIDIA as an AI research engineer. He now is the Motion Control GM at XPeng American Research Center.

Mr. Bao Yujia

“The experience of VEX in high school has cultivated my abilities in all aspects. Designing robots according to the game rules and experiencing with repeated tests and repeated failures have refined my ability to think independently and become a problem solver.”

In 2017, he studies at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of MIT, pursuing a Ph.D. advised by Professor Regina Barzllay. He now works at an artificial intelligence startup in America.

Mr. Da Xingye

“Learning with VEX gives me an edge over my peers in robotics. VEX World Championship was my first international competition and this strengthened my determination to devote myself to research and engage in robotics.”

Da Xingye was a high school team member at the first VEX World Championship in 2008, He attended Shanghai Jiao Tong University after graduating from high school, where he served as the leader of a robot team. He was selected for the joint training of Shanghai Jiaotong University and Purdue University, and obtained a double undergraduate degree. Later, he studied at the University of Michigan, at the UM for his doctorate degree with a full scholarship. Bipedal robots were one of his research interests. He worked for NVIDIA as an AI research engineer. He now is the Motion Control GM at XPeng American Research Center.

Mr. Bao Yujia

“The experience of VEX in high school has cultivated my abilities in all aspects. Designing robots according to the game rules and experiencing with repeated tests and repeated failures have refined my ability to think independently and become a problem solver.”

In 2017, he studies at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of MIT, pursuing a Ph.D. advised by Professor Regina Barzllay. He now works at an artificial intelligence startup in America.