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The International Graduate Programs Office is responsible for the cultural, social and academic integration of the international military students and their families into the Naval Postgraduate School. The office is charged with interacting with the outside agencies, military and civilian to accomplish the goals of the US Joint Security Cooperation Education and Training Program (JSCETP) and the Field Studies Program (FSP). Additionally, it is responsible for the International Sponsor Program and acts as the Command Sponsor to the International Executive Committee.
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