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ISAE Group Space Summer Program

ESTACA
Campus Full-time 4 weeks June 2020 France Paris

The ISAE Group Space Summer Program is organized by the four institutes of higher education: Ecole de l’Air, ESTACA, ISAE-ENSMA, ISAE-Supaero. The Space Summer Program is intended for undergraduate students primarily for the ISAE Group partner universities. It will provide the students with an overall knowledge of aeronautics and space fundamentals, as viewed from a European point of view. The contents include scientific and technical courses but also general conferences and visits to the aerospace and cultural sites.