In order to be eligible for the diploma in Master of Science in Space Technology with specializations in Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Space Technology and Instrumentation the student has to obtain 120 ECTS, including courses on the advanced level for at least 90 ECTS and a Master thesis for 30 ECTS. The Program is given in a close collaboration with the leading European universities, space research and industrial organisations. The Programs's structural mobility allows the students to receive knowledge from a number of fundamental academic disciplines within one educational program, i.e. aerospace engineering, atmospheric science, signal processing, space science, space technology and robotics.
Aalto University, School of Electrical Engineering: Master of Science (Technology)
Czech Technical University: Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Informatics – Control Engineering
Cranfield University: Master of Science in Astronautics and Space Engineering
Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier: Master of Science in Space Techniques and Instrumentation or Master of Science in Astrophysics, Space Science, Planetology
Luleå University of Technology
Master of Science in Space Technology with specializations in Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Space Technology and Instrumentation