The African Union has kindly agreed to sponsor 10 African SGAC members to attend the GMES & Africa Second Continental Forum on 6-10 December 2021 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. The African Union is providing funds that will aim to partially cover the round trip travel costs via economy airfare, accommodation, visa costs and possible covid tests. The award will be managed directly by the African Union.
Are you trying to get your space startup off the ground? The Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) and SGAC are joining forces to offer students and young professionals the opportunity to attend and pitch their startup at the NewSpace Europe 2021 conference in Luxembourg!
Dabble in design? Have a little artistic flair? Looking to get your creative juices flowing? Then the SGC 2022 Logo Competition is for you!
Preparations for the 20th Space Generation Congress to be held in Paris in September 2022 are already underway and this means one thing - we need your creative input! We are looking for a logo that will characterize SGC 2022 and be used on our promotional materials. This is your chance to design it!
The European Space Agency (ESA) in cooperation with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has organised the ESA – SGAC Diversity Scholarship. This video/essay scholarship is a great opportunity for students and young professionals from emerging countries to share their views on diversity and ESA.
The Italian Space Agency (ASI), in collaboration with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), offers up to 3 grants to Italian university students to participate in the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) and the 19th Space Generation Congress (SGC), in Dubai, UAE.
OHB SE, one of Europe’s prominent satellite developers, and SGAC are collaborating to support 1 selected SGC delegate to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) on 21 – 23 October and 25 – 29 October, 2021 respectively in Dubai, UAE.
The Space Medicine and Life Sciences (SMLS) and Space Safety and Sustainability (SSS) project groups of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), alongside the University College London (UCL) Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR) Space Health Risks Research Group, are launching a short answer competition to recruit members to work alongside their research team.
Space Hero is the first worldwide movement aiming to democratize Space through a biennial global competition where a non-astronaut, non-military, non-billionaire will be given the chance to go into Space. Now, Space Hero is collaborating with SGAC to sponsor 24 SGAC members to attend the 1st SG[Egypt] to be held online in July 2021.