(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) – ROME, October 27 – Six Italian candidates will be selected by the Italian Space Agency who from next year will participate in university training courses in aerospace disciplines at ISU.
This opportunity derives from a three-year agreement signed today and tacitly renewable for another three years by ASI President Giorgio Saccoccia and ISU Head Unit, Pascale Ehrenfreund, as well as currently number one from the IAF (International Astronautical Federation). The signed memorandum is part of the ASI training policy towards the younger generation of university students and is the result, as the memorandum explains, of a long cooperation between the two bodies that already in 2015 signed a similar agreement dedicated to higher education. space field.
According to the agreement, ASI will be entrusted with the task of providing individuals and professionals for the training courses; Involvement of Italian industry in dedicated conferences; To assess the possibility of making ASI structures of higher education available to Isu and promoting Isu programs among young Italian professionals.
The International Space University is an institution dedicated to the discovery, research and development of outer space and its applications for peaceful purposes, through international and interdisciplinary research and education programmes. ASI’s strategy is to pursue the possibility for young university students to obtain on-the-job training that matches the necessary skills required by the sector. The ASI press release concludes that the Consortium of Universities is committed on specific issues that allow it to offer students opportunities for growth and training nationally, internationally and in industries.
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