Welcome to the future


A scenario wherein humanity is expanding into the solar system, one space settlement at a time! Earn your place as an industry executive in an aerospace engineering organization, and compete for the privilege of designing the next frontier of humanity.

TECHNICAL SKILLS
Exposure to the aerospace science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields will act as a catalyst for learning.
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
Step into the workplace. Meet, work with, and be mentored by industry professionals.
BUILD YOUR GLOBAL NETWORK
Have you got what it takes to compete with the best students across the globe?

International Space Settlement Design Competition (ISSDC) – It is the world’s premier aerospace engineering competition for the high school students. Every year, hundreds of students from across the world submit design proposals for participating in the illustrious ISSDC Finals, held annually at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida, USA. "Before ISSDC, I wasn't even considering studying Chemistry or Physics. This competition is the reason I am an engineer." – Emily Trusler (Director, EY) | ISSDC Finalist 2003

"Before ISSDC, I wasn't even considering studying Chemistry or Physics. This competition is the reason I am an engineer" – Emily Trusler (Director, EY) | ISSDC Finalist 2003

SpaceSet – The first Space Settlement Design Competition (SSDC) was conducted in 1984. The Competition is an industry simulation game where students experience industry skills, which are essential for the corporate world. Founded and supported by industry experts (real life rocket scientists!), SpaceSet has encouraged thousands of students across the globe into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers.