MSP students are competitively selected and trained through end-to-end projects.
Work on real life projects, build a multi-disciplinary experience and deliver solutions to industry.
We develop and foster the next generation of technology pioneers. The Melbourne Space Program provides a method for university students and alumni to undergo professional development and gain experience in a field that they would not normally be able to. All MSP volunteers share a passion for technology and innovation.
We deliver complex technology projects with competitively selected university students across the engineering, law, business and science domains. An example of this is our nano-satellite project, ACRUX-1, involving a 100 strong team across the different disciplines to successfully build and launch a satellite from scratch, the first Australian student team to do since 1970.
"For students, what you get exposed to in the program gets your mind thinking on a whole new level, as you develop your understanding for how science and engineering is practised, from the initial identification of a problem, to forming the necessary group of people and resources, to delivering a viable solution. For professionals, you get to observe highly functional teams at work, where Agile project management maximises the output of this unique organisational
SHAUN PYE, HYDRIX ELECTRONICS ENGINEER