Apply Now for ISU Southern Hemisphere Summer Space Program

Applications for ISU Southern Hemisphere Summer Space Program
University of South Australia, 9th January - 11th February, 2012
Close 30th November, 2011

The Southern Hemisphere Summer Space Program (SHS-SP) is conducted by the University of South Australia (UniSA) in partnership with the International Space University (ISU). The SHS-SP is an intensive, five week, live-in experience in the southern hemisphere summer, involving the international, intercultural, and interdisciplinary educational philosophy for which ISU is renowned. The program is open to Australian and international students.

The program curriculum focuses on space applications, space policy and space services, while giving a well rounded overview of the principles and concepts involved in space physical science, space systems engineering and technology, space life sciences, space and society, space business and management and space legal and regulatory issues. As in other ISU programs, students will benefit from the shared experience of an international, interactive working environment shared with other professionals, graduate researchers and senior undergraduate students. Program graduates will become part of the international network of ISU alumni, faculty members and visiting lecturers (numbering more than 3,000 to date).

On successful completion, participants will receive a Certificate from ISU and an Executive Certificate from UniSA. Holders of the Executive Certificate will receive 50 percent credit upon admission to the UniSA Graduate Certificate in Space Studies.

Engineers Australia National Committee for Space Engineering is offering a full scholarship for an Australian Engineer or Engineering Student. Download a flyer for more details and selection criteria.  

Visit the UniSA or ISU websites for more details and to apply online

An information session will be held in Canberra:
5.30 - 6.30 pm on Monday 31 October 2011 at the Space Policy Unit
Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research
Room G.022, Ground Floor
Industry House
10 Binara Street
Enquiries to