UN Interpreter: Living the Dream

During her first year at the Monterey Institute, Sarah Irene (MACI '10) decided that her goal was to one day work at the United Nations as a Conference Interpreter. Less than a year after graduating from MIIS, that dream became a reality.

"I am very happy," said Irene. "I have a sense of accomplishing what I set out to do and of course that is a great feeling."

Location

United Nations New York, NY
United States
40° 42' 51.6708" N, 74° 0' 21.5028" W

Taking the MIIS Torch to the Olympic Committee World Conference on Women and Sport

Philip Rodriguez (MACI ’12), Jesse Cleary-Budge (MATI ’12) and Dorottya Székely (MACI non-degree) travelled with their professor, Bill Weber, to Los Angeles recently for a very special training opportunity at the 5th International Olympic Committee World Conference on Women and Sport.  Professor Weber was the chief interpreter for the event and provided the students with this unique opportunity to work with professional interpreters in a highly demanding situation.

笔译和口译领域简介

我们的笔译和口译硕士课程训练学生在专业的口译和笔译领域工作。口译和笔译虽然有很多共同点,但在实践上需要不同的技能。  

통역 및 번역 프로그램

몬트레이 국제 대학원의 통번역 석사 학위 프로그램은 학생들이 세계 최고의 번역 및 통역 전문인으로 양성하는 것을 목표로 두고 있습니다. 언어와 문화가 다른 기업간, 정부간 그리고 비정부 기구간의 수월한 의사소통이 이루어지기 위한 통번역 능력을 배울 수 있습니다.

본교는 세 가지 석사 학위 과정 즉, 번역 석사(MAT), 통번역 석사(MATI), 국제회의 통역 석사(MACI)를 제공합니다. 본교의 국제회의 통역 석사 과정은 제네바의 국제회의 통역사 협회(AIIC)로부터 세계 최고의 석사과정 중 하나로 인정 받았습니다.

Record Number of Employers Seeking to Hire MIIS Graduates at Annual Career Fair

Showing once again the relevance of the degree programs offered at the Monterey Institute, employers flocked in unprecedented numbers to the annual MIIS Career Fair, held on Friday, February 24 at the Monterey Conference Center. A record 109 employers participated in the Career Fair this year, representing large corporations such as Apple, eBay and HSBC as well as government agencies and local and international non-profit organizations.

Hard Work, Love, Hard Work

Since graduating in 2010 with a MA in Translation & Localization Management, life has been a whirlwind tour for Dustin Brumley. He's started his own business, moved around the world and married fellow MIIS alum Amaia Zaballa Zarzosa (MA in Conference Interpretation).

Location

Netherlands
52° 23' 30.0912" N, 5° 5' 51.5616" E

37 MIIS Students Heading Off to Immersive Learning Programs in 18 Countries

The Monterey Institute takes pride in its success in preparing students for a professional international career so that they can hit the ground running after graduation. A large part of that success can be attributed to the many immersive learning opportunities offered to students in all degree programs, varying from smaller projects involving the local Monterey community to longer-term internships with non-profit and international organizations around the world.

Jennifer Cho: Interpreting for the State Department

Jennifer Cho graduated with a MA in Conference Interpretation from the Monterey Institute last May. After graduating, she landed two prestigious internships. The first was a Translation and Terminology Fellowship with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland.  Jennifer translated patents for WIPO, which is a UN Organization.

Location

DC
United States
38° 53' 42.4032" N, 77° 2' 10.9176" W

Winter Commencement Sees 88 Students from 16 Countries Graduate from MIIS

“I left my comfortable job as an accountant because I wanted to make a difference for the people in my country,” said student commencement speaker Rawan Bannoura (MPA ’11) from Bethlehem, Palestine, at the 2011 Monterey Institute Winter Commencement ceremony on Saturday, December 10. With her new Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Rawan has the skill set and training she needs to fulfill her dream of starting a non-profit organization and truly “be the solution.”