SERC Scholarship Opportunities

The CRC for Space Environment Management, administered by the Space Environment Research Centre (SERC), has a strong focus on education and training and offers scholarships for postgraduate (HDR) and undergraduate students to work within a global centre of excellence in collaboration with leading universities, international companies and space agencies.

The SERC Scholarship selection panel will be meeting in late November 2015 and again in late January 2016 to select the upcoming scholarship awardees. Start preparing your application now to be in the mix for semester one, 2016.

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Engineers Australia ISU SH-SSP scholarship

Engineers Australia’s National Committee on Space Engineering, in conjunction with the International Space University and the University of South Australia, is pleased to announce the 2016 Engineers Australia International Space University (ISU) Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP) Scholarship!

PhD openings at UNSW Canberra

UNSW Canberra is investing $10M in the coming years to strengthen space research activities and develop a sustainable university-led program to undertake research in space. A capability is being established to routinely conceptualise, develop and fly affordable, responsible in-orbit missions to perform innovative research in space. Interested outstanding candidates with a passion towards research and innovation and a track record suitable for competitive scholarship applications are encouraged to apply.

South Australian AYAA Chapter

The AYAA is searching for enthusiastic volunteers (students and young professionals) to form a new South Australian Chapter.

This is your opportunity to be a member on the inaugural committee and promote the objectives of the AYAA and greater aerospace industry in SA, while developing networks and professional skills.

Existing state chapters and their activities can be seen on Facebook!

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