Advanced Master - TAS Astro - Space Systems Engineering

Advanced Master - TAS Astro - Space Systems Engineering

  • Advanced Master
  • Study field
    Materials Engineering, Systems Engineering
  • Institution
  • Teaching language
    English

Presentation

Presentation

The program is designed for students starting immediately after the completion of their graduate degree and for industrial employees who have enrolled through their companies' continuing education programs

Objectives

The TAS Astro - Space Systems Engineering Advanced Master program is a one-year professional course of study. The TAS Astro Advanced Master allows students to develop a high level of competence in space science, space systems engineering and space project management. The TAS - Astro program is highly multidisciplinary and is aimed at developing engineering skills to easily enter the work world with great opportunities and significant chances of advancement on aerospace projects, either in a agency or in a company in a
multinational environment.
The program is designed for students starting immediately after the completion of their graduate degree and for industrial employees who have enrolled through their companies' continuing education programs.
The TAS Astro curriculum includes a broad spectrum of subjects with the following objectives:
- to develop specific skills applied to space sector, in design development, space systems engineering and management of space projects,
- to acquire high competences related to technical aspects, international economical and legal concerns of space projects.
First semester: academic session of around 400h, provided by ISAE's permanent professors and various experts bringing current knowledge and experience from research center (ONERA), Space agencies (CNES, ESA), or European aerospace industry (Thales Alenia Space, Airbus Defense & Space/Space Transportation, Airbus Defense & Space/Satellites, Safran/SNECMA, etc.).
This first semester includes:
- lectures, exercises, labs,
- engineering and design study seminars,
- laboratory sessions,
- written report and oral presentation,
- practical sessions, team work and industrial visits.
Second semester: students have to conduct a professional thesis in aerospace industry or in laboratory, in France or abroad, supervised by a tutor from the host organisation and from ISAE. The thesis is concluded by the preparation of a report and an oral dissertation in front of jury.
Career opportunities
TAS Astro Advanced Master program leads students to technical employment either in international industries or in research centers in aerospace world. Current positions are: Project Managers of space systems, Experts in industry or public research laboratories, or in Consulting and services companies, etc.

Admission

Access condition

Academic requirements
A master's degree, or an equivalent degree in science or engineering, or bachelor degree completed by 3 years of professional experience
Selection and admission
Admission to ISAE's master at: http://admissionsmasters.isae-supaero.fr
Selection and admission are made by an admission committee: possible interviews can be organized if necessary
Deadlines for application: several admission committees scheduled from February to July, see schedule on our website: http://admissionsmasters.isae-supaero.fr
Language requirements :
TOEFL (Paper-based): 550, or TOEFL (IBT): 79, or TOEIC: 785, or IELTS: 6.5

Program

  • Année 1
    • Semestre 1
    • Semestre 2

And after ...

Further studies

Space

Career prospects

BAC +6

Location

  • Toulouse

Contact

STEPHANIE LIZY-DESTREZ

Contact

10 Avenue Edouard Belin
31055 TOULOUSE CEDEX

Phone : +33.(0)561736761

Email : stephanie.lizy-destrez @ isae.fr