Since its founding in 1987, ISU has graduated more than 3900 students from over 100 countries.
After a pilot project last year, the International Space University (ISU) is launching a second, research- oriented thesis year as an extension to its highly successful one year MSc in Space Studies (MSS).
In line with ISU’s mission to work closely with the space sector, the MSS Thesis Year will focus on enabling cooperation in research with other space organisations and entities. The MSS Thesis Year has been established jointly by the MSS Program Director, Prof. C. Welch and the ISU’s newly nominated Research Program Director, Prof. J.J. Favier. Prof. Favier, one of the few scientists in the world who has been able to fly his own experiments as an astronaut, brings his long experience in space research to ISU.
The Library of the International Space University is a place devoted to gather multidisciplinary information about the space sector.Topics covered by the collection include Earth observation and use of satellites in global climate change or environment monitoring, Geographical Information Systems, Global Positioning Systems, Space policy and law, satellites applications, telecommunications...
ISU is located in Strasbourg, Alsace, in North East France, and is bordered by the Rhine River to the East, the Vosges mountains to the West, the German plain to the North and the Territoire de Belfort to the South.
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