Please see the Middlebury Language Schools website as program dates for summer 2013 vary by language.
Yes. Current Monterey Institute students may apply directly to Middlebury Language Schools for the summer language programs.
Applicants must apply directly to Middlebury Language Schools by following the instructions on the website.
No. Only new applicants to Monterey Institute degree programs may apply for the Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships. Current Monterey Institute students may apply directly to Middlebury Language Schools for the summer language programs.
Do I need to submit a separate application and deposit for the Monterey Institute Summer Language Program (SILP) or English Preparation for Graduate Students (EPGS), or English Preparation for Translation and Interpretation (EPTI)?
If you are selected as a Betty and David Jones Scholarship recipient for the SILP, EPGS, or EPTI program, you will receive additional information regarding the deposit and short application you will need to submit.
- Outline of four semesters of completed and potential graduate coursework showing how the student plans to complete degree requirements and do IPSS. This can be done using degree your map.
- Undergraduate transcript*
(*if applying for program during first semester at MIIS; send to Carolyn Meyer)
There are a limited number of merit-based full and partial scholarships for the FMS training and field program. All applicants (current students and non-students) are eligible to apply for scholarships. Please indicate that you would like to be considered for a scholarship in the online application.
The FMS Field Program is an immersive professional learning program in which the participants complete a six-month professional assignment with an organization to utilize FMS skills in the field. Those seeking academic credits must complete a research project in addition to the professional assignment and work under the supervision of an FMS program faculty member. Successful completion of the research project warrants 6 credits on a pass/no-pass basis. The tuition for the FMS field program without academic credits is $6,000. The tuition with 6 credits is $9,600 (FY 2011/2012).
The FMS training program is available for 1-6 credits on a pass/no-pass basis. The FMS field program is available for 6 credits. It is the participant's responsibility to verify whether the credit receiving institution accepts the credits from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
The program is geared towards seasoned professionals with 5+ years of experience from all disciplines. Participants who may find these trainings particularly invaluable are those that: