International Space University (ISU)
Université international de l'espace (UIE)
1987 Boston MA USA
1987, Boston MA (USA). Permanent central campus near Strasbourg (France) links a network of affiliated campuses.
Establish an international institution of higher learning, dedicated to the exploration and development of outer space for peaceful purposes through international, multidisciplinary and intercultural education and research programmes for the benefit of all humanity.
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Governing members: Academic Council; College of Teachers; Board of Trustees of 28 members; Board of Advisers of 22 members; Chancellor, with President and 3 Vice-Presidents; faculty for academic programmes. Executive Officers: President; Vice-President for North American Operations; Dean. Campus system comprises: Central Campus; affiliates and other institutions which host summer sessions and short courses and which receive Master of Space Studies, Master of Space Management and Executive MBA students on professional placement. Former students' association: U-XE2898 - ISU European Alumni Association (EAA).
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