In the era where the applications of space science is in quest to contribute by heaps and bounds for a better, safer and a richer experience of life, the space industries are in continuous search for able and aptly trained engineers to develop and as well as extract the best out of the numerous possibilities offered by the telecommunication satellites as well as the satellites for the earth observation.
The Advanced Master SPACE APPLICATIONS & SERVICES (SPAPS), launched in 2017 from a close collaboration between ISAE-SUPAERO and AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE is the only program in the Europe culminating, at the end of the one year course with the acquisition of a large palette of skills dedicated to different types of space applications and their integration.
The Advanced Master SPAPS, taught entirely in English is open to all postgraduates with masters degree and also to the professionals of both french and international community who are interested in the practical applications of space science.
The program guarantees, as an end result, a high level of expertise catering to the current needs of the space industry in France and also all around the world: satellites operators, public institutions and the institutes developing and commercializing the new space services and applications.
These high skilled professionals are equally trained to occupy the pivotal functions of a Project Leader, Business Engineer, Development Manager, Consulting Manager, Research Engineer and Expert in Space Applications.
The first batch of this program has graduated in September 2018. The students have conducted their end of program thesis in the companies like Airbus Defence & Space, CNES, Airbus DS GEO, SODERN Ariane Group and Thales Avionics.
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