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.
 

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FUTURE LEADERS

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. 

PROJECTS

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.

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"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

environment.

SHAUN PYE, HYDRIX ELECTRONICS ENGINEER

WE ARE RECRUITING FUTURE LEADERS

We are a team of  STEM, business, marketing and law students, who are passionate about driving innovation and growth in the Australian industry. Do you think you have what it takes to join a group of technology pioneers? If you are looking to be a part of an intelligent group of problem solvers, you’ve come to the right place.

Select your area of interest below and apply now!

 

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