How to Apply

Apply to Our Master's or Bachelor's Programs:

Step 1: Review Our Admissions Requirements

See if you meet the admission requirements for your program of interest, particularly the foreign language proficiency requirements. If you have any questions about fulfilling these requirements, don't hesitate to contact us!

Learn One Language, Teach Another: ESL Students Lead B.U.I.L.D. Language Classes

Four students in the Intensive ESL program at the Monterey Institute are taking a broad view of language learning by volunteering to teach beginner courses in their native languages at the same time they are working to improve their own English language skills.

2013 in Review: High Level Visits, Alumni Reunion, Amazing Student Achievements

As the Monterey Institute community looks forward to another great year we would like to share some of the highlights from 2013. We had a lot of good stories to pick from this year but have picked five that reflect the spirit of the year – high level campus visits, alumni engagement, exciting activities and amazing student achievements.

In January, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-Moon honored the Monterey Institute and its James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies with a visit:

Professor Peter Shaw: Actively “Thanking Outside the Box”

As self-described professor of pedagogical magic, Peter Shaw is not one to follow the beaten path, but one who instead embraces new challenges and innovation in teaching and learning. It is then perhaps fitting, that this season of giving thanks he has decided to actively “thank outside the box.” As he explains it, he is going to try to “in particular appreciate my students who are not only grateful for what they like in their education, but also indicate how it might be even better.” 

Meet Our Team

Who We Are and What We Do

The Language and Professional Programs team is here to explain what makes the Monterey Institute’s approach to language learning different and special, and how we can identify or create a course of study that addresses your specific needs.

Clifford Symposium Features “Innovative Collaboration” Between Middlebury & MIIS

The Monterey Institute was well represented at the 2013 Clifford Symposium held at Middlebury College September 24-28. Eight faculty and alumni traveled to Vermont to participate in the event, which was dedicated to "Translation in a Global Community: Theory and Practice."

Meet Our Team

Who We Are and What We Do

The Language and Professional Programs team is here to  explain  what  makes the Monterey Institute’s approach to language  attainment different and special, and how we can create a course of study  that addresses your specific needs.  It’s not a matter of fitting you into  a pre-packaged program; it’s about fitting a program for you.

The student comes first; that’s the way at Monterey.

B.U.I.L.D. Program’s Free Language Lessons Continue, with Increased Focus on Teacher Training

Not surprisingly, one of the most popular student clubs on the Monterey Institute campus is a club dedicated to the love of languages. B.U.I.L.D., or Beyond yoUrself In Language Development, was founded by a group of students in 2009 with the idea of spreading that love of languages by offering free beginning-level classes in any language MIIS students wanted to teach. The program simultaneously offers the student instructors the opportunity to hone their teaching skills in an informal, low-pressure environment.

MIIS Welcomes 9 New Faculty Members this Fall

Signalling continuous growth and expansion of academic programs, the Monterey Institute welcomed nine new faculty members this fall. The new faculty reflect the diverse campus, arriving from near and far and bringing a range of new experience and knowledge to share with students in different programs.

Fulbright Students at MIIS Get a Lesson from Congressman Sam Farr

It has become a cherished Monterey Institute summer tradition to welcome a group of Fulbright students from around the world for a four-week course designed to prepare them for graduate studies at various U.S. universities. The students have the opportunity to improve their English language skills and learn about U.S. culture and customs through different classes, field trips and interacting with Monterey residents through the “Dinners in the Community” program.