As it has now become a tradition, the International Space University (ISU) combined the graduation of the Master of Space Studies MSS17 class with the opening of the MSS18 at the same time allowing for a networking opportunity for the newcomers.
From this academic year onwards the ISU participants will have the pleasure to receive excellent insight in the Chinese space sector via an alumnus, Gongling Sun (SSP98 in Cleveland).
“Here at SSP we have the ever important lanyard. It’s a cord that we hang around our neck that has our name, flag of country and our computer log in credentials” writes Tara Foster, SSP17 External Relations Assistant.
On 25th August 2017 the 30th edition of the International Space University’s (ISU) Space Studies Program (SSP17) was officially concluded at the closing ceremony held at the Cork County Hall, Cork, Ireland.
“ I’m currently on my third month of internship at Société Européenne des Satellites (SES), which is a world leading satellite operator who provides communications across the globe.“
Linda Dao, SSP16, MSS17 and several ISU alumni recently attended the UN/WHO joint conference on strengthening space cooperation for global health. Linda Dao reports back to the International Space University (ISU) and its community.
Alyssa Frayling, a Master of Space Studies MSS17 student from the International Space University (ISU) reports from DLR where she is carrying out her internship.
Founded in 1987, ISU is the world’s leading private, non-profit institution of higher education, dedicated to the development of outer space for peaceful purposes through international, intercultural and interdisciplinary education and research programs.
Astronomer, Dr. David Levy, lectured to a packed hall at this year’s International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Program (SSP17) at the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), Ireland.
“A New Vision: The future of the ISS”, “Astropreneurs – The Galactic Guide to Space Entrepreneurship”, “ARESS – A Roadmap for Emerging Space States”, “NetSpace – The Internet of Things and Future Applications for Energy and Space” are SSP17 Team Projects.
ISU is now accepting applications for Chairs, Teaching Associates, Staff, Faculty and Visiting Lecturers for its 2018 SSP in Delft University of Technology, Leiden University, and ESA-ESTEC, in the Netherlands from 25 June – 24 August 2018.