Join faculty lead Dr. Andrew Boutton, Associate Professor & ICCAE Associate Director, to learn more and ask questions about the inaugural ICCAE faculty-led study abroad program scheduled for June 3-16, 2022. This program will be based in London and Paris and will focus on intelligence and security issues in Western Europe, from WWII to the present. During the program, participants will explore key sites in the history of intelligence and in the development of contemporary approaches to intelligence, covert action, and of the history of Western Europe more broadly.
The anticipated estimated cost of the program will be $4,935 per student, plus airfare, meals, and any passport/visa fees.
The ICCAE can provide individual scholarships of up to $4,000 to support participation in study abroad. These scholarships will be awarded competitively based on both student interest and financial need. The application for the IC CAE study abroad scholarship can be found here.
This event is hosted by both the School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs and the Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (ICCAE).