During the last years, 12 students from Australia came for studying or for performing research projects in a lab at ISAE-SUPAERO, the French Higher Education Aeronautical and Space institute based in Toulouse, the European aeronautical and space capital with more than 700 companies and 90 000 jobs in aeronautical and space sector.*
Currently four of them are doing a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering at ISAE-SUPAERO: Marcus Andreucci, Hamish McPhee, David Vincekovic graduated from a Bachelor, University of Adelaide (Mechanical and Aerospace engineering) and Tom Lawson, graduated from a Bachelor, University of Sydney (Physics and Mathematics. Three of them benefitted from SASIC scholarship (South Australian Space Industry Centre): two in 2018 and one in 2019.
Three more undergraduate students in Aerospace Engineering from RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) had been admitted for the 2020-2022 Master program.
Discover Hamish MCPHEE testimony of his experience in the Master of Science at ISAE-SUPAERO:
Discover David Vincekovic testimony of his experience in the Master of Science at ISAE-SUPAERO:
Discover Marcus Andreucci testimony of his experience in the Master of Science at ISAE-SUPAERO:
Various financials supports from French and Australian governments, ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation, aerospace companies are proposed to applicants in the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering.
Currently three scholarships are still open:
Make our Planet Great Again scholarship for all Australian students: deadline April 26th
SASIC space scholarship for South Australia state students: deadline prolongated to September 30th (successful applicants will have up to 12 months from the date of notification to commence their period of study or training)
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The Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering is a two-year English taught program undertaken after a Bachelor degree. It provides higher qualification for industry employment or further doctoral studies. Internationally renowned, this program is designed to prepare engineering students to develop innovative solutions to challenges facing the world and aerospace industry. More information.
For 2020-2021 application:
The deadline to apply for the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering : April 27th
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