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This course presents an integrated approach to the total systems design of spacecraft by providing insight into how the various component subsystems function and interface with one another. It has proved to be of value to a broad range of companies that are involved with spacecraft, including spacecraft manufacturers, insurers and satellite operators from many different countries world-wide.

The Astronautics Group at University of Southampton has established itself as a leading centre for the training of engineers in the space industry in Europe.

Our short one-week course in space systems engineering in Southampton has provided training for professional engineers in the spacecraft manufacturing and associated industries since 1974. To date approximately 4000 personnel have attended, from companies world-wide. The expertise of the Astronautics group is complemented by that of engineers from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Airbus Defense and Space, DLR-GSOC, Surrey Space Centre and ESA. The group have delivered similar courses for the ESA Training Department, at Estec in the Netherlands as well as courses at ESA Headquarters in Paris, ESOC in Darmstadt, Esrin in Italy, CDTI in Madrid and Airbus DS in the UK.

In addition to this on-site course we are also able to offer in-house courses, tailored to meet the customer’s specific requirements of duration and content. If your company feels this would be appropriate please do not hesitate to contact us with details of your requirements.

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