Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

We offer scholarship opportunities to our graduate students who demonstrate academic and professional excellence.

The Institute Merit Scholarships

We consider all admitted applicants for the Institute Merit Scholarship. A separate application is not required. You must be admitted to a degree program at the Institute to qualify for this scholarship.

Scholarship amounts range from $4,000 to $16,000 per academic year.  However, funds are limited, so please apply at your earliest convenience. Submit all application materials on or before the following deadlines. Applications must be received, not postmarked, by the priority deadlines:

Spring Semester: October 1

Fall Semester: December 1, February 1, March 1

Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships

The Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships offer up to 50 full-tuition scholarships for study during summer 2012 at the Middlebury Language Schools, the Institute Summer Intensive Language Program (SILP) or the Institute Intensive English Program. To be eligible for the scholarship, candidates must be admitted to a degree program at the Institute in international policy studies, international environmental policy, public administration, nonproliferation and terrorism studies, bachelor of arts in international studies, international business (MBA), translation and interpretation, translation and localization management, or teaching a foreign language for Fall 2012. A limited number of top students will receive full scholarships including tuition, room, and board to attend the Middlebury Language Schools; additional highly qualified students will receive tuition-only scholarships to attend SILP and/or the Intensive English Program at the Institute.

Kathryn Davis Fellowships for Peace

The Kathryn Davis Fellowships for Peace offer up to 15 full fellowships—including tuition, room, board and books to attend Middlebury Language Schools during summer 2012. To be eligible for fellowships, candidates must be admitted to a degree program in international policy, public administration, nonproliferation and terrorism studies, international environmental policy, international business, or teaching foreign language, for Fall 2012. Fellowship recipients will study Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or Russian through the Language Schools’ signature immersion model, allowing students to enhance language skills to meet enrollment prerequisites at the Institute for Fall 2012.

AmeriCorps Segal Education Award

For 2012-2013, the Institute will match the AmeriCorps Segal Education Award up to the maximum award of $5,550.

To apply for your AmeriCorps education award you must request the award using your AmeriCorps account.  Students enrolling in a certificate program can apply their education award to their tuition.  However, please note that the match is not available for non-degree or short-term programs.

Outside Scholarships

Each year, private outside foundations and agencies offer scholarships that are announced by the Office of Student Financial Planning and/or through academic departments.  Dollar amounts and criteria vary for each outside scholarship.  Visit the outside scholarships webpage for postings.