Space Science and Technology, Master of Science (Technology)

Study Discipline: Engineering & Technology
Study Programme Details
Country: Finland
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Master's degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on an extraordinary journey in Space Science and Technology with the SpaceMaster program, a unique collaboration among five leading universities. Our program provides cross-disciplinary and research-oriented education, offering firsthand and hands-on experience in the dynamic fields of space science, technology, and engineering. At Aalto University, we specialize in space technology, offering track options such as Small Satellites and Space Instrumentation, focusing on cutting-edge advancements in small satellites and space instrumentation, and Space Robotics and Automation.



The SpaceMaster program is designed to unite the expansive space expertise of five distinguished universities into a collaborative platform. This program goes beyond traditional education by fostering cross-disciplinary and research-driven learning experiences. Supported by scientific and industrial organizations, SpaceMaster provides direct access to professional research and industry connections. Explore the vast possibilities of space science, technology, and engineering through our innovative program.


Admission Requirements

  • The bachelor’s degree must be equivalent to 180 ECTS credits or three years of full-time study.
  • The degree must give eligibility to apply for master’s degree studies at university in the awarding country.
    IELTS Academic: overall score 6.5, and writing score 5.5.
  • TOEFL iBT (Internet-based Test): 92, and 22 for Writing
  • Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE A): 62, and 54 for Writing

The programme is a double degree programme which means that during the programme, students study in two different universities. SpaceMaster is a four-semester Master’s Programme, 120 ECTS.

For more information, please visit perspective universities.

Future Career Outcomes

Graduates of the SpaceMaster program emerge as leaders in space science and technology, equipped to shape the future of space exploration. Future career outcomes include impactful roles in space systems engineering, satellite technology, astrophysical research, mission control, and consultancy, contributing to advancements in space exploration and technology.


Visa Requirements:

For visa information, please visit Finland page for student visa and student life.