Kluitersprijs for excellent students Minor Intelligence Studies
Every year, the ‘Kluitersprijs’ is awarded to students who achieve excellent results in the minor Intelligence Studies.
This year, 60 students achieved a 9 or higher for at least one subject and therefore received the award. The Kluitersprijs was awarded to Daan Almekinders, Selin Atasoy, Maite Bonifas, Niels, Brom, Alessandro Chiodi Cianfarani, Sinevra Cola, Clara Corsi, Erwin van Dam, Paul Demmel, Matteo Dolfi, Jaalannee Dugassa Gobena, Shairul Mirza Dzulkarnain, Réka Elter, Talia Fawzy, Sara Fournié, Luuk Geene, Anna Gerasymenko, Pètra van de Gevel, Lisa Goelabdien, Tyla Greensmith, Dijne Haaker, Shealyn Hendriks, Enrico Hendriksson, Lucia Höfer, Tom Hoffmann, Max Hudson, Anouk Jolly, Mila van der Knaap, Tyren Koning, Zeren Su Konuksay, Jesper Kuppen, Tim Lemlijn, Josef Malis, Max Mumford, Wessel Oosterbroek, Salomé Petit-Siemens, Quint Reekers, Femke de Ridder, Jurriaan de Rijk, Lola de Rooij, Naomi Roozendaal, Lena Schenk, Lara Schindler, Giampaolo Servida, Henry Shields, Cheyenne Slager, Tim van Strien, Daan Tromp, Pien de Veen, Ellie Walker, Julia van der Weide, Ilse Wijnands, Bente Zijlstra en Margherita Zoppi.
Congratulations on this achievement and thank you very much for your contribution during the minor!
Since the Second World War, intelligence and security services have played an important role in policy and decision making, particularly with regards to a state’s national security. In this minor programme we study both the organisations, their working methods, their analysis techniques, as well and the political, bureaucratic, and social context of intelligence and security services.More information on this minor