Master Programme in Space Science and Technology
During the first year of the program you will acquire knowledge about physical processes in planetary and interplanetary environments; spacecraft orbits, attitudes, subsystems and communication aspects; space borne scientific instrumentation and polar atmosphere phenomena.
Based on your choice, merits, and place availability you will then, during the secound year, further your studies within one of the specialisms offered by our planned partner universities:
- Dynamics and Control of Systems and Structures - Cranfield University,
- Space Automation and Control - Czech Technical University in Prague,
- Automation, Control and Communication of Space Robotics - Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg,
- Space Technique and Instrumentation; or Astrophysics, Space Science and Planetology - Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier,
- Atmospheric and Space Science; or Space Technology and Instrumentation - Luleå University of Technology.
Education in Sweden is free of charge for students from within the EU/EEA and Switzerland. However, participation in the program will incur other costs such as accommodation expenses, living allowance, travel costs, and tuition fees as applicable at respective international partner university. The students are solely liable to finding their own financial means to cover these and other costs associated with participation in this program.
The main advantage of SpaceMaster is ‘broadened horizons’. Our alumni work with space research, technology and engineering. They are employed by international space organisations, companies and research organisation, e.g. the European Space Agency, French Space Agency, German Space Agency, Airbus, OHB Sweden and Swedish Institute of Space Physics. The education is an excellent foundation for students aiming at an academic research career.
Normal, Autumn 2017
Successful completion of a basic engineering program or a Bachelor´s degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS in the areas of physics (space, plasma, atmospheric, nuclear, particle, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics), space science, planetology, astronomy, atmospheric science, remote sensing, numerical simulations, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, space engineering, aerospace engineering, robotics, automation, communication, electronics, mechatronics, control theory or equivalent. A minimum of 22.5 ECTS in mathematics at the university level is required. Applicants with earlier studies in Sweden must hold a "Kandidatexamen" in a relevant field or if the applicant is enrolled in European Diploma engineering programmes, or the equivalent, he/she must have completed at least three years of his/her studies.
Documented skills in English language.More information about English language requirements»
The selection procedure is based on academic qualifications, quality and quantity aspects
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