Advanced master Space Systems Engineeering (TAS Astro)

TAS ASTRO

The advanced master “Space Systems Engineeering” provides high level inter-disciplinary training in space systems engineering and space project management.

The programme allowed students to acquire and develop technical skills specific to space systems
Design and to understand the international, economic and legal aspects of space programs.

The advanced master “Space Systems Engineering” leads to systems or management position of various space applications programmes (Earth Observation, Telecommunications, Navigation, science, Human Spaceflight…) as researcher and design engineers in space industry, agencies or laboratories.

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Advanced Master "TAS Astro - Space Exploration Development Systems : SEEDS international placement"

The SEEDS (Space Exploration Development Systems) international placement is an optional extra project during which you will work in multidisciplinary teams on topical space exploration research projects, designed in collaboration with advisors from the space industry.
ISAE-SUPAERO’s partners in SEEDS are the Politecnico di Torino in Italy and the University of Leicester in UK. All three institutions have strong links with the space industry, a heritage of space research and exploration, and high-level expertise in the delivery of teaching. You will spend two months at each institution and will be required to cover basic travel and subsistence costs. The course is taught in English at all three sites.
The international SEEDS programme is supported and endorsed by the Italian (ASI), French (CNES) and UK Space Agencies, as well as Thales Alenia Space, ALTEC and numerous other companies and institutions.

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