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Nicolas Baudin travel grants for Australian students at ISAE-SUPAERO and The University Space Centre (CSUT)

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Every year ISAE-SUPAERO hosts international students for a research internship (3-6 months) in one of research departments. They can be from a partner university or not, and come from all around the world: Europe, North and South America, Asia - Pacific...

Nicolas Baudin travel grants

The Embassy of France in Australia supports student mobility from Australia to France through the Nicolas Baudin Program. The co-funding is provided by the Embassy, the host university and the home university. The aim is to support Australian students (Bachelor, Master and PhD), coming to France to develop their professional skills and research capabilities.

Already 8 of them carried out an internship at ISAE-SUPAERO : 5 from University of Sydney, 1 from RMIT, 1 from Macquarie University , 1 from University of South Australia.

For 2020-2021, please see the two research internship topics proposed by ISAE-SUPAERO here.

Discover the Nicolas Baudin program with Nicolas Duhaut, Attaché at the French Embassy and through testimonies of 6 Australian students here below.


  • Darien Colbeck, RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) undergraduate student
    Topic: Design of a reusable vehicle for servicing operations between Lunar surface and Earth-Moon Lagrangian Point.


  • Anne Bettens, Univ. of Sydney, PhD student
    Topic: Vision-Based Space Debris Pose & Distance Estimation.


  • Dominic Albertson, Univ. of Sydney, undergraduate student
    Topic: System engineering for nano satellite.
    Discover his testimony by following this link.
  • Georgia Markham, Univ. of Sydney, undergraduate student
    Topic: Embedded software engineering for nano satellite.
    Discover her testimony by following this link.
  • Chamal Perera, Univ. of Sydney, undergraduate student
    Topic: Cubesat power subsystem simulator development.
    Discover his testimony by following this link.
  • Nicholas Barbara, Univ. of Sydney, undergraduate student
    Topic: Mission analysis for Geostationary Orbit recycler satellite.
    Discover his testimony by following this link.

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