ISI 2024

Application Form

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Personal Details

Please enter your title and/or military rank.
Please enter your first and last name as they appear in your passport.
Do you require a visa to attend ISI 2024?

Required Documents

  • If you are currently enrolled in higher education, please upload an academic transcript and an academic reference. Please upload transcripts from previous and current degree programs.
  • If you are a professional applicant, please upload your CV and a professional reference.
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency. This is only required for non-native English speakers studying at Universities whose language of instruction is not English.
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Personal Statement

In no more than 500 words, please explain why you would like to participate in ISI 2024. It would be helpful to know in particular:
  • what professional or academic experiences you have had that you feel will contribute to the Programme;
  • what you hope to gain from undertaking the Programme;
  • and how it fits into your career plans.

ISI Research Supervision Proposal

ISI participants will follow a research track exploring in detail a particular security or intelligence theme through a series of ‘supervisions’. Supervision, central to Cambridge teaching and learning, brings together a small group of students under the guidance of an expert in the field to conduct research-based work culminating in the production of an extended essay of 3,500 words.
Please use this form to help us understand your research goals during your time in Cambridge. While we endeavour to accommodate proposals focusing on or relating to intelligence and international security, the Programme Directors may suggest ways in which your topic might refined or focused before allocating you to a supervisor.
Briefly describe your proposal in no more than 250 words.
Briefly describe any relevant academic work or professional experience you have already done in this area in no more than 250 words.
List any bibliographical (re)sources that you have identified that may be relevant to your project.
Please be specific.
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