The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.
A Master, which takes one to two years of schooling to receive, may help students improve their professional skills and gain knowledge in their chosen field. This improvement in skills and knowledge may lead to a highly skilled career with opportunities for advancement.
The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.
Graz is the second largest town in Austria and is often referred as a student city due to its many education centres. University of Graz is the most popular, though there are other colleges and universities in this area.
Through the university program "SpaceTech", participants are trained by experts in the fields of Space Systems and Business Engineering and prepared to take on key roles
The aerospace sector is a fast-growing market. Multinational corporations are conducting research on cutting-edge technology to successfully develop new products and services. Some examples include satellite services in the communication, navigation and remote sensing fields, aerospace transportation, space tourism or the future mining of extraterrestrial materials. Through the university program "SpaceTech", participants are trained by experts in the fields of Space Systems and Business Engineering and prepared to take on key roles and management responsibilities in the international environment of the space industry.
Next start: March 2020
Duration: 3 semesters (18 months)
Final degree: Master of Engineering (MEng) in Space Systems and Business Engineering
ECTS credits: 90
Language of instruction: English
Participation fee: € 34,000 (VAT free)Self-payers: please contact us to evaluate the availability of stipends/scholarships
The participation fee does not cover costs for travel, accommodation, and meals.
Number of participants: limited to 18
Course location: European Space Centers:
TU Graz, Austria (Apr 2020)
CNES Toulouse, France (Jul 2020)
NASA GSFC Greenbelt, MD, USA (Oct 2020)
DLR GSOC Munich, Germany (Jan 2021)
ESA ESRIN Frascati, Italy (Apr 2021)
ESA ESTEC Noordwijk, Netherlands (Jun 2021)
TU Graz, Austria (Sep 2021)