The KCLISS aims to provide students interested in the world of intelligence and security development opportunities through our journal, engaging workshops, career events, networking opportunities and speaker panels. Covering topics ranging from counterinsurgency and cybersecurity, to OSINT research techniques and intelligence ethics, we strive to host stimulating and open discussions.
Through our speaker events, you will have the opportunity to hear from current and former practitioners, academics and analysts in international security.
By participating in our workshops, you will develop practical skills in intelligence gathering and analysis. An excellent start for a prospective career in the security sector, and an ideal environment to interact with the research field!
We look for long and short form essays for our termly academic journal. Please submit submissions to email@example.com
Membership is open to students of any level and background!