Exciting Opportunity for Space Enthusiasts!

The 23rd edition of the CVA Summer School is ready to take off, offering an unprecedented opportunity for students and recent graduates passionate about space exploration. Scheduled from July 7 to 27, 2024, this multidisciplinary summer school on space transportation systems with team projects about small satellite launches promises a captivating educational adventure.

️ The Summer School will offer technical courses and team projects under the supervision of renowned institutions such as ETSi, Airbus and Sevilla. The COHETEROS association will lead the team projects on launch systems for small satellites, focusing on innovation and collaboration.

Call for Applications Open Aspiring space enthusiasts have until March 31, 2024, to submit their applications. Eligibility criteria include writing a motivation letter, submitting a CV, and obtaining a recommendation letter from a university professor, all in English.

Who Can Apply? The Summer School is open to students who have completed at least three years of undergraduate studies in engineering in CVA Member Cities*. Recent graduates working for CVA member industries** are also encouraged to apply. Applicants must be citizens of the European Union.

Application Process To apply, candidates must send the required documents to cva@ariane-cities.com.

Registration Fees and Inclusions Registration fees are €400 for students from CVA member universities and €500 for CVA member industry employees. This contribution covers tuition, visits, accommodation, and some meals.

Additional Information For any questions or additional information, please contact the CVA General Delegation Office: cva@ariane-cities.com | www.ariane-cities.com

Let’s Build the Future of Space Together!

*CVA Member Cities: Augsburg, Bordeaux, Bremen, Colleferro, Kourou, Hardthausen/Lampoldshausen, Les Mureaux, Liège, Mulhouse, Sevilla, Toulouse, Vernon.

**Airbus DS, ArianeGroup, Arianespace,Avio,  Beyond Gravity, Clemessy, MT Aerospace, Safran Aero Boosters

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