The South Australian Space Industry Centre (SASIC) is providing $100,000 worth of scholarships through the third round of the Space Scholarship Program.
Since the establishment of the program in 2018, nine candidates have successfully received scholarships, enabling them to attend some of the world’s largest space conferences, study at leading universities and intern at prominent space agencies.
SASIC chief executive Richard Price said the scholarship program supports up and coming innovators and entrepreneurs to acquire new knowledge and skills from international experiences to enhance South Australia’s space capabilities.
Candidates eligible to apply must be:
- An Australian citizen or permanent resident residing in South Australia; and
- A postgraduate with qualifications in science, technology, engineering, law, medicine, IT, economics or business.
"South Australia is driving growth across the nation’s space sector, and with the space activity building at our innovation precinct Lot Fourteen, new and exciting opportunities are being created for our young people," Price said.
The program is part of the Space Innovation Fund and aims to invigorate South Australia’s space industry by fostering entrepreneurship and innovation in SA.
"The Space Scholarship Program provides promising leaders in this industry with enriching overseas experiences that fuel passion and build their expertise to forge meaningful careers in South Australia’s space sector," Price added.
Successful applicants will use the funding to develop their leadership skills, experience and knowledge in emerging areas of space law, space medicine, small satellites and space technology, through education, and/or training at space-related organisations.
For more information and to apply, visit here.
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