International Space University • Strasbourg, France
The International Space University (ISU) is a non-profit institution that was formally recognized as an Institute of Higher Education in France (by the French Ministry of Education). It was founded in 1987 and has graduated over 4400 students from over 100 countries since its foundation. ISU has its Central Campus in Strasbourg, France, and several locations around the world. ISU offers a 2-month Space Studies programme and a 1-year Masters programme with focus on all disciplines with regards to space programmes and enterprises, space science, space engineering, systems, engineering, space policy and law, business and management, and space and society. The International Space University's programmes include an intense student research team project to gain useful team working skills and learning to solve complex problems by working in an international team. ISU aspires to train future leaders of the world space community by teaching students and space professionals in an interdisciplinary educational programme in an international environment. ISU is a recognized as a full member of EURASHE.
The ISU Admissions Committee encourages applicants to apply to the MSc in Space Studies. Prospective students are primarily assessed on the basis of their academic and professional qualifications, their achievements, and their proficiency in English.