Master of Space Studies (MSS18) participant Rami Ibrahim reports back on a recent professional visit of the entire International Space University (ISU) MSS18 class to SES Satellites in Betzdorf, Luxembourg.
This year again a large number of faculty applied to be a chair of either the core lectures, departments or team projects, all of which compose the two-month Space Studies Program (SSP).
Professor Hill has been working with Professor K.P.J. Reddy of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru.
The Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP) opened in Adelaide! It is one of the success stories of Australia’s involvement in the international space sector.
The latest edition of SPACETALK TNG, the magazine designed and edited by alumni for all International Space University alumni is available now!
What really happened at that ISU MSS18 Robotics Competition you’ve heard so much about related by Rishank Singh, a Master of Space Studies (MSS18) participant…
Sonal Baberwal and Kwasi Nkansah report on “one of those days”, part of the International Space University’s Master of Space Studies curriculum at ISU central campus!
And - Allow 60 students from emerging countries to attend SH-SSP,
Allow 50 students from emerging countries to attend SSP,
Allow 40 students from emerging countries to attend MSS..
Every year more than 500 people open applications for ISU’s three main programs, the Master of Space Studies, the Space Studies Program and now also the Southern Hemisphere-Space Studies Program.
ISU will soon be closing the hatch on 2017! A year full of festivities celebrating ISU’s 30th anniversary!
Which started on 12th April 2017 at ISU central campus…
The interdisciplinary curriculum of ISU’s Master of Space Studies program includes a focus on space policy. Mr. Aravind Ravichandran an MSS18 participant shares his view on recent debates and interactions designed to provide an in-depth understanding of what shapes current and future space activities around the world.