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Kepler Space Institute is dedicated to providing space education, personal support, and meaningful career pathways to tomorrow’s builders and leaders. We provide education in human space exploration and to develop new knowledge and research in pioneering fields of space exploration and human living and working in space.
We are recruiting exceptional people with a passion for space exploration. Empowering students to transform their orbits and chart new trajectories in the next frontiers, Kepler provides students with opportunities to explore their career directions, assess their goals, and pursue their passions.
We are looking for explorers, tinkerers, and innovators who are research savvy – pioneers who love to dive deep into the numbers but who can also take a step back from them and think about the big picture. We welcome students who are seeking new challenges, new friends, and new approaches to human space exploration as they transition from other colleges or universities.
What’s more, transferring to Kepler is easy prospective students simply:
- Submit transcripts & documents
- Attend new student orientation upon admission
Admitted students are matched with personal advisors who will assist in developing degree plans to meet individual needs. After admissions counselors review submitted transcripts, they work with students to review existing credits and outline which courses are needed for degree completion.
Fill out this application if you’re interested in applying as a transfer student to Kepler.
A great way for us to help you navigate the transfer process is to schedule a call with one of our team members. Meet individually with an admissions counselor to learn more about academics, financial aid, scholarships, and the transfer admission process.
Learn more about transfer credit
- Seamless transfer credit process
- Recognition of previous coursework or degrees
- Accelerated program completion
- Building upon existing knowledge and expertise
- New opportunities in human space exploration
Enabling Space Pioneers
- Empowering aspiring space pioneers
- Interdisciplinary approach to space education
- Expert faculty with industry experience
- Opportunities for research and collaboration
- Industry partnerships for real-world experience
- Flexibility of online learning
- Global reach and diverse student community
- Space education curriculum aligned with industry advancements
- Wide range of career opportunities in the space industry
Scholarships & Financial Aid
- Merit-based scholarships for academic excellence
- Need-based financial aid options
- Grants and work-study programs
- Personalized guidance from financial aid advisors
- External scholarship and grant opportunities
For more information or any further assistance regarding course or admission, you can visit our contact us page or click the button below.
An applicant must have the following:
- A Bachelor’s Degree from a college or university accredited by the appropriate regional association with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent work experience in professional academic and/or government or private industry positions and achievements. Each applicant’s specific experience will be evaluated by the KSI Admissions Committee.
- A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) revised General Test score or a Miller’s Analogy Test(MAT) score at or above the 50th percentile. The GRE or MAT requirement will be waived if an applicant has completed a Master’s degree or twelve or more credits of post- baccalaureate upper division or graduate coursework with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Completion of application
- Application fee
- Official transcripts from all previous universities or colleges attended or proof of work equivalent
- Three completed recommendation letters
- Additionally, all international applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and submit a combined score of 550 or better (new scoring of 213 or better) or the Internet based test scoring of 80 or better. International transcripts are required to be translated if the grading and evaluation system used differs from those used by the United States education system. Official translation and a course- by-course evaluation from all prior institutions and grade-point average computation must be provided to the Office of Admissions. Please use one of the following services for evaluation.
World Educational Services 22 Prince St.
New York, NY 10012
Josef Silny & Associates
7101 SW 102 Ave.
Miami, FL 33173
KSI reserves the right to deny admissions to any prospective student for any reason/cause as determined by KSI. In the event of a denial of a request for admission a student may appeal to the admissions committee.