As a Manx company, ManSat offers a range of Community Social Responsibility programmes for Isle of Man students to study at home and abroad, including High School and Postgraduate opportunities.
We award Scholarships to study in Houston with the United Space School, to participate in the Conrad Challenge entrepreneurial competition, and to attend Postgraduate courses at the International Space University.
UNITED SPACE SCHOOL COMPETITION
Congratulations to the 2022 scholars! Michael Behrman (CRHS), Chalse Cowin (KWC), Daniel Millward (CRHS)
Every year, in cooperation with the Department of Education, Sport and Culture, ManSat sponsors scholarships for up to three Isle of Man students to attend the United Space School in Houston, Texas.
The scholarships are awarded to the winners of an Island-wide essay competition. Essay questions for the this year's competition have been advised to the participating Isle of Man high schools.
ManSat is a sponsor of the Conrad Challenge with the Conrad Foundation. Named after Apollo 12 Astronaut Pete Conrad, the Challenge is an annual business plan competition for High School students from around the world focused on aerospace, energy, cyberspace, nutrition, and more.
ManSat will cover the entry cost of any Isle of Man team wishing to enter the Challenge, and if your team reaches the finals then we'll help there too.
For more information on the Conrad Challenge please visit www.conradchallenge.org
ManSat offers scholarships for qualified Isle of Man students to attend the various programs of the ISU.
UNITED SPACE SCHOOL
In cooperation with the Department of Education, Sport and Culture, ManSat offers an annual scholarship competition for Isle of Man high school students to attend the United Space School in Houston, Texas.
ManSat sponsors teams of Isle of Man students to enter the annual Conrad Challenge held in the USA. ManSat will sponsor the entry fees of any Manx team wishing to enter and if you make it to the finals in the USA then we'll help there too...
The essay questions for the 2021/2022 competition are as follows:
1. Why are you interested in space?
2. How do you think the Isle of Man can contribute to space exploration?
3. Should humans return to the Moon before going to Mars? Please justify your answer.
The answers to each question should be between 500 and 1000 words in length.
All three questions must be answered.
For further information, interested students are asked to contact their head teacher
directly, or to contact ManSat at email@example.com
For more information on the United Space School please visit: www.unitedspaceschool.org