Founded in 1800, Middlebury College is a Vermont-based undergraduate institution known for its leadership in language education, international studies, and environmental studies. Middlebury offers its undergraduate students a broad curriculum embracing the arts, humanities, literature, foreign languages, social sciences, and natural sciences.
The Monterey Institute and Middlebury College have created a global network of learning opportunities, including:
Students and qualified alumni have the opportunity to earn both a bachelor’s degree at Middlebury and a master’s degree at the Monterey Institute in just five years in five different program areas:
- International Environmental Policy
- International Policy and Development
- Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
- Teaching Foreign Languages (TFL)
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Offers graduate-level programs in 16 countries to students from Middlebury's Language Schools and the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Also offers academic programs for undergraduate students.
An 8-week intensive learning program where students can gain a solid foundation or improve overall proficiency in a language. Offers beginner, intermediate, and advanced level programs in 6 different languages.
For almost 100 years, the program has been helping students build foreign language fluency. Students are required to take the Language Pledge. In all, 10 different languages are offered from beginner to advanced levels with classes at Middlebury and Mills College in California.
A four-week immersive summer language academy for students in grades 8–12, modeled after the Middlebury Language Schools. Offers programs at four different sites around the United States in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish.
Middlebury in DC
Our new office in Washington DC gives students, faculty and staff from Middlebury College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies access to a wealth of resources in the nation's capital.
With videoconferencing capabilities, the office can connect students at any of Middlebury’s schools and programs with leading experts and policy makers who might otherwise not be available to travel to Vermont, California, or one of Middlebury’s dozens of Schools Abroad campuses.
Middlebury in DC is also a hub for alumni, and hosts regional events as well as appearances and talks by faculty and alumni authors. In addition, it is home to the Washington office of the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
Programming envisioned for Middlebury in DC includes internship opportunities, short courses and workshops, and DC semester options in some Monterey Institute degree programs.