Global Space Design Challenge

Learn more about engineering, business and teamwork than you ever imagined possible:

Imperial College London Residential Programme  July 9-20, 2022

Three Day Online Space Design Challenge 25-27 February 2022

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The Challenge

The culmination a two day Space Design Competition. Utilize everything you have learned and a chance to be among 8 students attending the International competition at Kennedy Space Center

Intensive and professional programme of training by expert engineers and academics followed by an industry design simulation which exposes students to the joys and challenges of working in an industrial team.

In international space settlement design competition learn more about engineering, business and teamwork than you ever imagined by designing a settlement in space.

Students will integrate their knowledge of science and will learn technical competence, management and communication skills and enjoy a unique experience of working as a member of an aerospace industry proposal team.

Academic programme
The Challenge

World Class Instruction Both Online and in Person

Instruction by world renowned academics, business leaders, space engineers, ESA and NASA.

The Programmes
World Class Instruction Both Online and in Person

London - Oxford - Cambridge

Work, design and stay at Imperial College London. Tour Oxford and Cambridge, the British Museum, Buckingham Palace, and other London attractions.

Social Programme
London - Oxford - Cambridge

How To Apply

The Global Space Design Challenge is open to students aged 15*-18 from all over the world.

*14 year olds by permission

How To Apply
  • Experience a tour of Imperial College London, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.
  • Receive world class instruction and work in an industry team based many years in the future.
  • Design a space settlement for over 10,000 people.
  • Enjoy a full programme of academic and social activities.

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