You can now apply to PSSI's two-semester Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program (RMSSP). The next RMSSP will start in October 2015. Deadline for applying to the 2015/2016 RMSSP is September 06, 2015. Students are required to send their CV and Motivation Letter (both in English) to lang (at) pssi.cz
The first RMSSP meeting will be held In October, 2015. First semester runs from October to December, second from February to May. Fee per one semester amounts to 1 000,-Kc
RMSSP offers highly qualified and motivated students from leading Czech universities the opportunity to participate in a two-semester program on the premises of PSSI covering a broad spectrum of security-related subjects. The Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program is presently comprised of a series of lectures (held each Wednesday) and seminars led by distinguished senior current and former security policy professionals from the Czech Republic and a number of other countries, including the U.S.
Find out more about RMSSP here.
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