The Jimmy Carter Library would like to make undergraduate and graduate students aware of an exciting opportunity to study several aspects of US and UK intelligence & security programs for academic credit.
“The Corpus Christi Summer School in British and American Intelligence and Security provides in-depth teaching in UK and US intelligence & security programmes from the reign of Elizabeth I to the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. The three week summer school is based in the medieval setting of Corpus Christi College, founded in 1352, one of the oldest of the 31 historic colleges forming the University of Cambridge.
The programme offers an exciting opportunity to study in England and will be of interest to students of history, politics and international relations. The course includes a number of visits in the company of expert lecturers to many famous sites associated with intelligence practice in the UK, including the wartime code and cipher school at Bletchley Park, the home of Colossus (the world’s first semi-programmable electronic computer), the Cabinet War Rooms, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford and the Imperial War Museum in London.” –ACE Foundation
The closing date for applications is March 28, 2013.
Details regarding the college, courses, lecturers, academic credits, cost, eligibility, scholarships, and how to apply can be found on the ACE Foundation’s website.