A record 109 employers participated in the annual Career Fair for students and alumni of the Monterey Institute of International Studies on February 24
Graduates of the Monterey Institute’s new Master of Arts in International Education Management program are expected to fill key positions in the growing international education sector.
Many Monterey Institute students leave with more than a graduate education – with friends for life, and in some cases, life partners.
Monterey Institute students, with the support of staff and faculty, are organizing a celebratory symposium on foreign language education on March 10, bringing together students and professionals from the Monterey Bay area.
In two articles published by the New York Times, MIIS alumna Jaala Thibault (MATESOL ´07) shares her experience as a female professor teaching young men and women in Kabul, Afghanistan—an experience unimaginable only ten years ago.
After intensive on-campus training, 37 Monterey Institute students are heading off to 18 different countries to gain professional experience in the field, staying on assignment for up to six months.
Find answers to the questions you have about housing during your participation in the Summer Intensive Language Program.
Housing for the Summer Intensive Language Program
Congratulations on your acceptance to the Institute Summer Intensive Language Program (SILP)! During your time in the program you will have the opportunity to experience many of the wonderful activities the Institute and the Monterey Bay Peninsula have to offer. Before you can take advantage of those opportunities you will need to secure a place to stay during your summer.
The Monterey Institute of International Studies has announced the launch of a new summer program offering intensive English training for international students attending college anywhere in the United States.
The Monterey Institute has been selected by the Peace Corps as a partner school for the prestigious Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship Program, which combines financial support for returned Peace Corps volunteers with a substantial internship in underserved communities.
The Monterey Institute campus was filled with joy on Saturday, December 10 when 88 students from 16 countries celebrated their achievements with family and friends at winter commencement.