International Space University MSS19 - What’s hot on campus?

Master of Space Studies students are all fluent in English; still ISU organizes English classes for some of them who need to work on specific aspects of the language such as writing skills or pronunciation. These skills are very important, as during the academic year, students will have to hand out research papers and do individual presentations in front of diverse audiences.

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ISU Welcomes Dr. Tejumola Taiwo A New Resident Faculty

After the departure of Dr. Osborne, the International Space University (ISU) had an urgent need to hire a resident faculty in the field of space applications, at the same time able to potentially contribute to further development and research of projects.

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New Gender Record for Next ISU Master of Space Studies Class

On 6 September 2018 the traditional combined closing ceremony for the outgoing class and opening ceremony of the new incoming class took place in ISU in the presence of dignitaries, staff and friends of ISU, as well as family of the students.

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Our Programs


Master of Space Studies

Designed for students looking for the competitive edge that will help them obtain a career in the space sector, professionals interested in making a career move into or within the space sector, and researchers wishing to broaden their knowledge or make the move from academic life into the space industry.

Space Studies Program

Two-month course for postgraduate students and professionals of all disciplines. The curriculum covers the principal space related fields, both non-technical and technical. The shared experience of an international, interactive working environment is an ideal networking forum leading to the creation of an extensive, international, multidisciplinary professional network.

Southern Hemisphere Program

Intensive five week, live-in experience built around an international, intercultural, and interdisciplinary educational philosophy for which ISU is renowned. The program provides a multidisciplinary understanding of the key activities and areas of knowledge required by today’s space professions.

Executive Space Course

Provides an overview of space-related subjects for professionals of diverse backgrounds, including marketing, finance, law & contracts management. Professionals leave with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to communicate more effectively with their technical colleagues.

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SPACETALK TNG – The ISU Alumni Magazine by the Alumni Community


The latest edition of SPACETALK TNG, the magazine designed and edited by alumni for all International Space University alumni is available now!

From Graham Weaver, managing editor, SpaceTalk TNG, ISU’90:

“On behalf of myself, Maria Perino (Editor in Chief), Tihomir Dimitrov (Layout and Graphics), Abdul M Ismail (Deputy Editor), our Contributing Editors and especially all of our Authors, may I welcome you to the Winter 2017 issue of Space Talk - The Next Generation (SpaceTalk-TNG), the new quarterly e-magazine produced for Alumni of all ISU courses, by the Alumni Community.
 
You'll find this fifth issue (and the previous issues) located HERE.
 
I hope you'll find something of interest. We welcome any and all feedback/suggestions (to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
 
Our aim, with SpaceTalk-TNG, is to reach out to alumni of ISU from all countries, cultures, disciplines and generations. We are very aware that, to date, we have not been serving the Interdisciplinary aspect very well, with almost all articles being Space focused. To that end, we would like to strongly emphasise that we welcome articles on all topics whether directly Space related or not. It is primarily our attendance at ISU that unites us, not our area of expertise.
 
We’re already beginning the planning of our sixth issue due out in March 2018. Please do consider contributing - even if it's only a paragraph or two (and photos!) about an alumni reunion! You can contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
See the back cover for details on how to contribute. Submission deadline for the next issue is fixed as March 2nd.
 
Keep in touch!”
 
Congratulations to the managing editor, Graham Weaver and the rest of the team for yet another outstanding publication!

WHAT OUR ALUMNI SAY


"My life can be clearly divided between before and after ISU. ISU was a breaking point that created a world of possibilities in front of me."

Carmen Felix - MSS10 -

"Attending ISU has been, for me, the ultimate eye-opening experience. Attending the Master of Space Studies allowed me to pursue my personal interests with a limit determined only by my imagination."

Diego Urbina - MSS09 -

"My space flight was the changing point in my whole life. Since my background was mechanical engineering, I did not know much about space, which led me to the International Space University."

Soyeon Yi - SSP09 -

"ISU is broadening the global space community and connecting New Space countries to old and mighty ones."

Mart Vihmand - SSP11&MSS13 -

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