The Master Course in Space Transportation Systems: Launchers and Re-entry vehicles (STS)

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                                        PRE-REGISTRATION IS OPEN for SELECTION

                                          of CANDIDATES of the Course 2018-2019

                                                  DEADLINE 15TH DECEMBER

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Sapienza-University of Rome in collaboration with national and international agencies and companies active in the Space engineering sector organize a Professional European Master Course for Graduate Students in "Space Transportation Systems: Launchers and Re-entry vehicles" (STS).

GOALS: The Master Course STS provides the educational training aimed at acquiring the system engineering skills required to manage research and technological development activities related to the design, production, and marketing of space  launchers and vehicles. 

ORGANIZATION: The Master Course STS has a one year duration, beginning on November of every year until December. For successfully completed studies, 60 ECTS credits are awarded, that are equivalent to 1500 hours of study. The Master Course STS is organized in two phases: the first entirely devoted to the attendance to formal lectures delivered by professors and specialists, the latter to the making of a Master Thesis project conducted during a training period spent at one of the sponsoring entities. 

FELLOWSHIPS: Fees issued by the participants organizations are available to provide a salary during the internship period (Stage). 

DEGREE: The Master Degree in “Space Transportation Systems” is obtained after mid-term examinations and a final test involving the dissertation of a Master Thesis.