Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Scholarships

We're proud to offer a wide variety of competitive scholarships for our master's and bachelor's programs. Both U.S. and international students are eligible.

Apply NowMiddlebury Institute Scholarships

To apply for 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: October 1st
  • Fall 2016: October 30th

Summer Language Scholarships

Do you want to boost your language skills or learn a new language in preparation for your master’s or bachelor’s program? If you’re an admitted student, you may qualify for a summer language scholarship to attend a Middlebury language program.

$10,000 Legacy Scholarships

We offer guaranteed $10,000 Legacy Scholarships to extended family members of all Middlebury degree alumni for our graduate programs. You may also receive merit or need-based scholarship awards in addition to a Legacy Scholarship.

Partner or Affiliation Scholarships

If you are an alumni or member of one of our partner organizations, including the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, City Year, Fulbright, JET and many more recognizing achievement, service and leadership, you may receive a guaranteed scholarship award. You will also be considered for need-based and merit scholarship awards in addition to a partner or affiliation scholarship.

Peace Corps: Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program

  • For Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs)
  • Minimum scholarship of $32,000

Peace Corps Master's International Programs

  • For students combining their master's program with Peace Corps service
  • At least 50% of tuition your final semester

AmeriCorps

  • For alumni of AmeriCorps VISTA, NCCC and State & National programs
  • Segal Education Award matching for up to the maximum award of $5,730 each year
  • Preferential scholarship consideration

Veterans' Benefits: Yellow Ribbon Program

  • Full tuition coverage for up to 75 eligible veterans each year through the Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Preferential consideration for merit or need-based scholarships for veterans who aren't using benefits to fund their graduate education

Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS)

City Year

Fulbright Program

Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program

The Language Flagship

Omprakash

Rotary International

Teach for America

UCLA Extension: Business
Studies

WorldTeach

 

Outside Scholarship Opportunities

Our Office of Student Financial Services maintains a list of outside scholarship opportunities to help you access additional financial funds and resources.