Inspiring the next generation of subsea talent 

Organised by Global Underwater Hub, STEM Challenge aims to engage pupils with an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects through an exciting, hands-on project and inspire them to consider a career in the underwater industry.

 Supported by The Smallpeice Trust, the initiative sees teams of school pupils aged 13 and 14 compete against peers from local schools in six regional heats to earn a place in the national final.

The GUH STEM Challenge

Inspiring the next generation of subsea talent, the STEM Challenge sees teams of 13-14 year old students compete as a team to develop solutions to problems.

Subsea Channel

A series aimed at primary school pupils, Subsea Channel has been developed in five episodic 'packs', including videos and teaching materials for teachers to include in their lesson plans.

Choose your journey

For schools, teachers and students: find out more about how you can get involved.

The GUH STEM Challenge in pictures and video. See the event come to life!

Learn more about Global Underwater Hub's online learning and educational initiatives.

Your support inspires the youth of today to consider a career in the underwater sectors. Get in touch with Global Underwater Hub to find out how you can get involved at