SEDS-Canada Re-formed


We’re pleased to share the news that one of our sister national organisations has been re-formed in Canada, with chapters at University of Western Ontario and University of Toronto. Like UKSEDS, SEDS-Canada are the only student-run non-profit organisation at the national level to advocate for space in their country. Their ambitions follow the SEDS mission to build up […]

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Keynotes, Sponsors and Bridget Mars Rover Prototype at NSSC2015


UKSEDS National Student Space Conference 2015 28 February – 1 March 2015, University of Surrey 2nd Media Announcement Keynotes, sponsors, Bridget Mars Rover Prototype and Social announced UKSEDS are very pleased to announce that Printech Circuit Laboratories will be gold sponsors of the conference. Silver sponsors include Satellite Applications Catapult, HE Space and CGI. Keynote […]

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UK Space Propulsion Innovation award


The UK Space Propulsion Innovation Award has been announced which aims to address capability gaps in the industry by posing a set of key challenges to academia and the supply chain, then forming new connections between groups to fill the technology needs. This competition offers a unique opportunity for researchers or potential suppliers to pitch ideas to the industry. The […]

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UKSEDS Annual General Meeting 2015


UKSEDS’ AGM will be held at the University of Surrey on Sunday 1st March 2015. The officers will present their reports for the year, and members will be able to stand for positions on the committee. It is an opportunity for members to review the committee’s progress and ask any questions regarding the directions the […]

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NameExoWorlds – Propose Your Favourite Exoplanetary System


The first ever contest allowing members of the public to NameExoWorlds begins its first round, offering the registered clubs and non-profit organisations, including UKSEDS, the chance to nominate their favourite systems to take through to the next rounds. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) is organising a worldwide contest to give popular names to selected exoplanets […]

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Junior Flight Dynamics Engineer Opportunity at Goonhilly


Are you an experienced spacecraft operations engineer? Are you looking for the next step in your space career? Do you have a strong mathematical background and an interest in flight dynamics? Are you looking for an innovative and dynamic organisation that will give you the chance to develop your career? Key Tasks and Responsibilities Your tasks will include […]

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UKSEDS Branch Project Grants Available


Almost all hands-on projects undertaken by UKSEDS members are run by our branches. We therefore offer funding to branches in order to support these activities in the form of a Branch Project Grant. Student Unions are more willing to support existing society activities which have a successful record. The grant aims to provide branches with […]

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UKSEDS National Awards


Nominations are now open for the inaugural UKSEDS National Awards. These awards will be presented at the National Student Space Conference 2015. The award categories are listed below: Member of the Year Branch of the Year Outreach Ambassador of the Year Best Project Full details and nominations for the awards can be made at All […]

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StrathSEDS attend Astronomy Day

Main hangar of the National Museum of Flight

by Lukasz Zapotoczny, StrathSEDS An Astronomy Day took place on the 29th of November in the National Museum of Flight in Edinburgh, and StrathSEDS were lucky enough to be invited along to host a stall. The event took place in the main hangar of the museum, and amongst the things on display was one of […]

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AeroMSc Bursary scheme – launching careers in UK aerospace

MAIN Aer MSc Logo (605x154)

With record revenue and growth, outstripping all other sectors of the economy, the UK’s aerospace industry urgently needs well qualified graduates to spearhead its continued growth. That is why UK government and 10 major aerospace employers are jointly funding 500 MSc tuition fee bursaries, each worth up to £9.5k. In the words of Rt Hon Vince Cable, Secretary […]

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