UKSEDS Alumni: We Want to Hear From You!


As part of our efforts to build closer relationships with our alumni, we have created a short form here to gather some basic information. The purpose is to collect useful insights to help inspire students to support the growth of the UK Space Sector. We hope you will give as much information as possible in order to best inform our […]

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Space Law and Policy Course

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The Institute of Space Policy and Law (ISPL) has announced that enrollment is now open for the 2014 Space Law and Policy Course. The prospectus can be found here. The Course will comprise lectures and interactive case studies. Participants will have access to the IALS Law Library during the course. Those considering a postgraduate degree […]

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ESA Young Graduate Trainee Opportunities


Applications are currently being considered by ESA for their Young Graduate Trainee scheme. Check their web page here for the latest opportunities.

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AeroMSc Bursary scheme – launching careers in UK aerospace

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With record revenue and growth in each of the last 3 years, the UK’s aerospace industry urgently needs well qualified graduates to spearhead its continued growth. That is why UK government and 9 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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SpIN Placement Opportunities 2013

The Space Internship Network (SpIN) has been designed to provide an introductory link for undergraduate students considering employment in the Space sector, and employers looking to find the most talented and enthusiastic people to ensure the future success of their business. The scheme is open to anyone studying towards an appropriate degree, and in their […]

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Fly Your Thesis!


For three days, a specially equipped aircraft flew 31 manoeuvres – or parabolas – that generate microgravity conditions, giving students invaluable experience in how to design, construct and run experiments in a near weightless environment as part of the ‘Fly Your Thesis!’ campaign that ended on 25 October. Three student teams participated along with nine […]

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HE Space Job Alert


Subscribe to the HE Job Alert at  As new opportunities arise, they will be matched to your selection and you will be notified by email.

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UK Space Agency ISU Scholarships competition open


The UK Space Agency has opened the 2012 round of its International Space University competitive scholarship scheme. The scheme is open to UK citizens to help fund them to attend ISU’s Space Studies Programms and MSc programmes. Up to £30,000 is being made available to be shared between successful candidates. Chris Brunskill attended the 2011 […]

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STFC Graduate Scheme 2012


The Science and Technology Facilities Council is now accepting applications for their 2012 Graduate Scheme.  STFC is looking for graduates achieving at least an upper second class Bachelors or Masters degree in engineering, physics or computing science who have graduated within 18 months of applying. The vacancies currently on offer are: IRC34555 – Technology Microelectronics […]

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Writing opportunity for online student magazine


Do you fancy writing popular science articles for one of the largest student newspapers in the country?  Experimentation is a new student-led online science magazine and they are looking for additional writers for their physical sciences section.  Experimentation’s sister publications, Erudition and Intuition have already built up tens of thousands of readers from across Europe […]

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