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Bosch in Australia


Spark enthusiasm for STEM

Students at Learn@Bosch launch with Alan Finkel

75 %

of future jobs will require STEM study.

only 16%

of the current STEM workforce is comprised of women.

Learn@Bosch is a Bosch (Australia) initiative designed to “spark enthusiasm for STEM” among Year 6 Primary School students. It aims to achieve this by providing a real-world and inspiring context for learning at its state-of-the-art headquarters in Clayton.

As a private company that is 92% owned by a charitable foundation, this initiative aligns with the Bosch Group’s commitment to corporate social responsibility and supporting education in related fields.

The two-hour fun and interactive program is offered to schools free of charge to allow their students to experience first-hand industry applications of STEM.

“The key to inspiring our children to aim high is to let them experience science in a real-world context: tackling problems, improving our lives.”
Dr. Alan Finkel, Australia's Chief Scientist - Learn@Bosch Launch 2018

Program Features

Students gathering around highly automated development vehicle

Highly Automated Driving

An opportunity to see the technology behind Australia’s most advanced highly automated vehicle, engineered and developed onsite by Bosch Australia’s Vehicle Safety Systems team (subject to availability).

Child viewing Bosch parts on Ford vehicle using augmented reality on ipad

Augmented Reality

A demonstration of how augmented reality is being utilised to increase the efficiency of car servicing and repairs.

Student's amazement as she touches the sensor skin on the APAS collaborative robot


An exploration into the various types of special-purpose robots designed and developed by Bosch, including the human-collaborative APAS robot.

Students looking at a 3D printed remote control car

3D Printing

An inspiring and creative look at how 3D printing can be used as an important design tool utilising Bosch’s Dremel branded 3D printer.

Student experiencing connected factory using touch screen

Factory of the Future

A tour of the factory producing the global supply of Bosch diodes while showcasing the integration of connectivity in manufacturing.

Students enjoying the Sumo robot battle in the coding class

Coding Class

A 45 minute fun-filled coding class facilitated by the Monash University Chapter of “Robogals” - a student run organisation that aims to inspire and empower young women to consider studying engineering and related fields.

Watch Learn@Bosch in Action


Teacher - Lloyd St Primary School

“The kids were beaming when they left, they haven't stopped talking about it and are already designing 3D objects. You have an amazing team of employees who are very passionate about sharing their knowledge.”

Principal – Blackrock Primary School

“The Learn@Bosch program was an engaging and motivating experience for Black Rock Primary School Year 6 students. The hands-on approach, coaching from industry experts with a STEM background, as well as the opportunity to observe the real-life application of STEM concepts will inspire our students and our school to pursue STEM-based learning programs on an ongoing basis.”

For Learn@Bosch bookings and enquiries