President Sunder Ramaswamy welcomed a diverse group of 388 new students from 32 countries, speaking 28 different native languages to the Monterey Institute, stressing their common identity as both “citizens of the world” and citizens of the Monterey Institute community.
The Monterey Institute’s Fisher International MBA Program was ranked 33rd in the world by The Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes program, which focuses on socially and environmentally responsible MBA programs.
Reflecting the great quality of its program, the MIIS Intensive English as a Second Language Program has been formally accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation.
A recent campus panel sponsored by the Monterey Institute’s Summer Intensive Language Program offered students an in-depth briefing on career opportunities in the language field and beyond for those with advanced language expertise.
Summer has arrived at the Monterey Institute with an influx of students studying Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish and Japanese as part of the Monterey Institute’s Summer Intensive Language Program, and an even more international group enrolled in the Intensive English Program.
By taking advantage of a range of professional opportunities offered at the Monterey Institute, recent graduate Nick Chudeau has gained a springboard into a career he is deeply passionate about, the field of water sanitation and health.
Monterey Institute student Moslem Shah’s passion for education began when he was a teenager and taught his sister and her friends who were banned from school under Taliban rule in his native Afghanistan.
Monterey Institute professor Kathi Bailey, a nationally respected leader in the language teaching field, has won the Institute's Leslie Eliason Excellence in Teaching Award.
Monterey Institute students had great success this year with their applications for special fellowships and scholarships to pursue their passion for language study and research around the world.
The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) recently moved into the newest addition to the Monterey Institute campus, a 10,500 square foot building at 499 Van Buren Street.