Many of the ISEB members offer various nationally-lead opportunities which are open for international student participation as well as freely available educational resources.

Educational Activites Open to International Participation

Moon Camp Challenge (ESA)

  • An education project that uses innovative learning technologies to challenge students to design their own Moon settlement with a 3D modelling tool. Open worldwide (age: up to 19)

Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut (ESA)

  • An international educational challenge, focusing on fitness and nutrition, that encourages students to train like an astronaut. Open worldwide (age 8-12).


  • NASA International Interns(I2) are university undergraduate or graduate students, who are non-US citizens, nominated by the NASA I2 foreign partners to participate in the project. Interns must have expertise and background in technical areas of interest to NASA. Each partnering country first identifies an appropriate office or agency, usually a national space agency or other governmental partner, such as a Ministry of Education to administer NASA I2 in that country. That entity then signs an international reimbursable Space Act Agreement with NASA.
      • ISEB members with participating agreements includes: AEM, VSSEC, KARI, CSA, UAESA, ESA (program on hold).

    Freely Available Resources for Students