If you are an international student, you can take advantage of these scholarship and financial aid opportunities.
To apply for our merit or need-based scholarships for our master's or bachelor's programs, submit our scholarship application »
To maximize your scholarship award, apply to the Middlebury Institute by the next priority deadline:
- Spring 2016: November 30th
- Fall 2016: November 30th
Partner and Affiliation Scholarships
If you're a family member of a Middlebury alum or affiliated with one of our partner organizations - such as Fulbright, Beta Gamma Sigma or The Language Flagship - you may be eligible for a guaranteed scholarship, in addition to our Middlebury Institute merit and need-based scholarships.
Please contact the ministry of education, or closest education advising center in your home country, to learn more about federal funding opportunities.
Find an Education USA office near you that provides resources and scholarship information to international students.
International students who have a F1 or J1 visa may work on campus for 20 hours a week. You must obtain a Social Security number to work in the US. If you do not have one, please visit the Office of International Services for more information. Explore current campus job opportunities »
International students are eligible for private education loans with a U.S. co-signer:
- U.S. private loans based on your credit history
- Interest Rate: Fixed or variable
- Grace Period: Varies by lender
- Maximum Award: No limit
Learn more about Private Loans »