Scottish Space School

The Scottish Space School is one of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Strathclyde's most successful outreach programmes.

Every summer 100 successful S5 Scottish school pupils attend a week-long residential summer school with us. The programme for the week is made up of a mix of lectures, labs and workshops on a space theme and it is delivered by academics and researchers from the Faculty, as well as visiting NASA representatives.

Following the week, 10 of the students are chosen for a once in a lifetime visit to NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

Discover more about the Scottish Space School

A trip of a lifetime

Every year 10 of the students who attend the Scottish Space School are chosen to go on the Learning Journey trip to Houston, Texas. This week long visit includes behind the scenes access at NASA's Johnson Space Center - find out more about the amazing experience.

Since its inception in 2002 1800 pupils from high schools across Scotland have taken part in the Scottish Space School

Meet the students

Strathclyde has the largest Faculty of Engineering in Scotland, and is home to over 5500 students