How would you feel if one person believed in you so much that they would do everything in power to help you to succeed?  That very person exists and is a part of the International Space University’s Space English Access Course (SEAC).

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After the successful link to a large variety of social media and a rapid increase of followers on the International Space University (ISU) related accounts, ISU decided to go one step further and create an application, the ISU APP.

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Nicholas Yee an International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies Program (MSS17) participant reports back from the European Space Agency (ESA) European Astronaut Centre (EAC).

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For many years the International Space University (ISU) and Northern Sky Research LLC (NSR) have had a close working relationship. During this time several ISU alumni have been recruited by NSR, where ISU alumnus & lecturer Claude Rousseau (SSP99) is a Research Director.

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Prof. Kazuya Yoshida from Tohoku University, also a faculty member of the International Space University, has been welcoming ISU Master of Space Studies participants for their internships over the last decade. Hatem Hussein is thankful for this opportunity and reports as follows.

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The International Space University (ISU) is hosting its 30th Space Studies Program (SSP17) at Cork Institute of Technology (C.I.T) from 26th June to 25th August 2017.

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An internship during ISU’s Master of Space Studies (MSS17) allows participants to apply their knowledge and skills to on-going activity in a real-world space context. And to provide participants with the opportunity to establish professional links within the global space community.

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The rapid development of information technologies has led to a number of difficulties in forecasting potential abuses, as the recent worldwide cyberattacks have again proven. A similar effect is taking place in the use of social media, leading to new forms of mobbing.

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Based upon the decision of ISU’s Academic Council (AC), endorsed by the CARE:
- All existing faculty and adjunct faculty in ISU have been confirmed,
- A number of new faculty have been approved, namely:

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After having gained more insight in the academic hi-level quality of ISU’s Space Studies Program, the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) has decided to award 15 ECTS credits to the participants who successfully complete the SSP17 session.

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