All applicants eligible for a seat must be:

17-20 Years old

Born between January 1st 2002 and December 31st 2005 (no exceptions!).

Interested in Science

A well documented passion for science is essential for a good application.

Fluent in English

The entire camp is conducted in English.

How attending
ESC works

Applying to European Space Camp is equivalent to applying for a scholarship associated with a seat at camp. Depending on the scholarship, transportation to camp might not be covered, but all other costs are. More information about the different scholarships can be found under the “Scholarship” tab.

How to apply

To apply, you have to create a profile at this site and navigate to the application tab in the profile section. There you will find five short questions that you have to answer. Also, you will have to upload your CV, two recommendation letters, a transcript of your latest grades and proof of English proficiency. You can find more information about these documents in the FAQ under the ‘Contact’ tab.

You can save your progress and continue your application at a later time. It is therefore highly recommended to have tested the application system before the last day. Please contact if you have any problems.

Please note that European Space Camp is aimed at youth with an academic background in high school level physics and math at most. If you are already enrolled in university studying Engineering or Physics, then this course is not for you. In particular, ESC is not looking for students already studying Aerospace Engineering. There are other opportunities for university students with an Engineering background, such as Fly A Rocket (ESA). However, university students enrolled in a course unrelated to Engineering or Physics may still apply as long as the other requirements for application are met.


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