Language and intercultural communication are central to all degree programs at the Institute.
Language Shapes Our Culture
Language and intercultural communication lie at the very heart of the Institute's mission. We teach students to view language as a way to connect and facilitate dialogue between different peoples and cultures.
Every day in our summer language programs is filled with events and activities. See what our students are doing on our Summer Language Events page!
For over 60 years, the Summer Intensive Language Program (SILP) has helped thousands of students achieve their language learning goals.
Learn Language with Us Next Summer
Next Session: June 15 - August 9, 2017
Complete one year of language study (8 academic credits) through our 8 week program. We offer beginning, intermediate and advanced level classes* in the following languages:
The Summer Intensive Language Program final deadline has passed, but we will start accepting applications for next summer starting this December
Questions or issues with the application? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 647-4115.
Incoming/current Middlebury Institute graduate students: Please do NOT submit the online application. Instead, you will submit the Middlebury Institute student registration form. If you submit an application online and pay the $50 application fee, this fee cannot be refunded.
A completed application packet includes the following:
CLS has a long history of working with diplomats from foreign ministries around the world. We offer custom and semi-custom language programs on-site or off-site, short & intensive language workshops, distance learning options, and consulting services for ministries and governments.
Our diplomat programs incorporate a wide range of field-specific content and terminology through a practical, real-world approach to language and intercultural communications training using a content-based instructional model (CBI).
Winter Term 2015 Online Courses
Introduction to Language Program Administration (ED 8660)
January 2-23, 2015
Presents a practical overview of problems, situations, and issues occurring in the management of language programs.
Seminar on Language Teacher Education (ED 8662)
January 2-23, 2015
Investigates issues related to language teacher training, education, and development.