Many ISU alumni wish to become space entrepreneurs or have interesting business ideas. Privatizations of major space infrastructure activities as well as new possibilities in the sector of downstream space applications are increasingly offering such opportunities.
On 9th January 2017 ISU will start a new session in the Southern Hemisphere under its now successful Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program, SH-SSP, banner in close cooperation with the University of South Australia (UniSA) in Adelaide.
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The International Space University’s MSS17 class was recently granted with a special diplomatic visit. Consuls and honorary consuls of 15 countries, all members of the Consular Corps Association (CCA) of Strasbourg made their way to ISU’s Central Campus to meet with the MSS17 participants and learn more about ISU.
“The ISU ESC is the most complete and inclusive way to integrate the technical and the financial aspects of space. Further, the course inspires and helps to think innovative ways to make a change in the space sector” compliments Jose Ocasio-Christian, managing partner, Caelus Partners.
Siddharth Kumar Narendra Shihora, an ISU MSS17 participant, reports on a recent professional visit of the class to Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Germany.
The Italian Space Agency (ASI) has decided to augment the cooperation with the International Space University (ISU) and offers from next year onwards a full scholarship for a promising Italian space professional to attend the ISU Master program.
It’s not every day that a French astronaut is launched to space! The International Space University celebrated the take-off of mission PROXIMA including T. Pesquet’’ an ESA astronaut, by organizing an event for the general public.
In previous academic years, more than 1200 applicants inquired about studying at the International Space University (ISU).
Each year ISU has the challenge to find a number of space related topics of interest, to be proposed as Team Projects (TP) for its programs. On request of many alumni and ISU supporters, we remind our invitation to broader group of supporters, familiar with Team Projects, to bring in innovative ideas!
“The main objective of the – Applied Physiology and Anatomy Workshop - is to teach ISU MSS students basic anatomical skills, skills in medical ultrasound and Doppler imaging and to demonstrate certain physiological phenomena”, said ISU associate professor Volker Damann M.D..