The Geneva Centre for Security Policy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Georgetown University Masters of Science in Foreign Services (MSFS) Programme.
Georgetown University Masters of Science in Foreign Services (MSFS) candidates Patrick Zimet and Emmie Bultemeier spent their summer at the GCSP as Young Leaders in Foreign and Security Policy, part of the Global Fellowship Initiative. Tobias Vestner, Head of GCSP’s Security and Law Programme and MSFS ‘16 graduate, worked closely with these two candidates in 2017. Project design, scholarly research, literature reviews and contributions to future publications provided the opportunity for practical experience and intellectual engagement on key international issues.
“Strategic partnerships with world-class institutions, such as Georgetown University, will benefit GCSP’s course participants, fellows and partners. We are proud of this collaboration and look forward to its impact,” says Tobias Vestner.
The recently signed MoU between the GCSP and Georgetown’s MSFS Programme signifies a growing relationship with students and future leaders looking to advance the field of international peace and security.