The Fisher MBA in Global Impact Management trains principled leaders and creative problem-solvers to build businesses that can overcome the 21st century challenges to sustainable growth.
Build expertise with one of the Institute’s unique onsite and online courses.
Professional programs in Translation, Interpretation, and Localization include intensive courses designed for continuing education of working professionals. Customized programs for groups seeking specific skill building and professional development for translators and interpreters are also possible.
The MA in Translation & Localization Management program is organized around three areas of training: translation, technology, and business management.
Translation and Localization Management Program
According to independent market research firm Common Sense Advisory, the global market for outsourced language services and technology will reach US $33.5 billion in 2012. Employers across this rapidly growing industry rely on the Middlebury Institute as their go-to source for finding localization management talent.
This program is for aspiring international development and social change practitioners who are seeking a professional certificate in program design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI).
What is Design, Partnering, Management & Innovation?
Put Your Purpose to Work
The Middlebury Institute’s Fisher MBA in Global Impact Management attracts ambitious students who want to create positive social change in international business. Today’s global issues are complex and challenging. Climate change, population growth, raw materials and energy shortage, extreme inequality, and conflict and terrorism undermine business by intensifying risks.
Obtaining a graduate degree is a long-term personal investment. We're here to help you make your master's degree possible through scholarships and financial aid.
Graduates of the Fisher MBA in Global Impact Management pursue careers with a wide variety of corporate, non-profit, and government organizations.
Alumni or members of our partner organizations and schools, including the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, City Year, Fulbright, JET and many more, may receive a guaranteed scholarship award. You will also be considered for need-based and merit scholarship awards in addition to your partner or affiliation scholarship.
Follow these steps to apply for fall or spring admission and join our diverse global community in Monterey, California!
Fall 2016 Admission:
- May 10: Extended deadline for International Students (to allow adequate time for visa processing)
- July 10: Extended deadline for U.S. Students
Spring 2017 Admission:
- July 15: Priority deadline
- August 15: 1st round deadline
Spring semester admission is only available for select programs.