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:
January 2014 FMS Training
- Application Deadline: September 1, 2013
- Applicants Notified: September 15 - September 20, 2013
- Program Deposit Due Date: October 1, 2013
- Application Deadline: October 1, 2013
- Applicants Notified: October 15 - 20, 2013
- Program Deposit Due Date: November 1, 2013
Corporate: $6,000 USD
General: $4,000 USD
Apply to the FMS program by filling out the online application.
Summer applications are due by March 1 (Early Admission Deadline: February 1). Winter applications are due by October 1 (Early Admission Deadline: September 1).
If you are an enrolled Monterey Institute student, you may simply fill out the online application.
The training problem is typically offered two times a year, in January as well as in May/June.
The next training programs will be offered in three locations:
The quickest way to apply to a scheduled course is by clicking the Apply box in the right-hand navigation, then follow the directions to complete the application. Once you submit your application, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. You can expect to hear back as to your acceptance within10 business days.
To apply for a custom course, please fill out our information request form.
How do the application processes for MIIS and Peace Corps coincide? Do I have to be accepted in the Peace Corps before applying as a PCMI candidate at MIIS?
As long as your Peace Corps application process is under way by the time you arrive on campus at MIIS to attend classes, you are officially considered a PCMI candidate. You are not required to have already been accepted by the Peace Corps. If, however, you arrive on campus to begin classes without having submitted your Peace Corps application, you will not be considered a PCMI candidate.
If you are an enrolled Monterey Institute student, you may simply fill out the online application and submit it electronically. Additional materials are required of non Monterey Institute students, including a personal statement, resume or CV, and an unofficial transcript.
Participants who have completed at least two years of undergraduate work, and have a demonstrated interest in international development are welcomed to apply to the DPMI training. This program is for junior professionals, career-changers, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students.
Apply to the DPMI program by following the link below and applying online.