Language Schools, Schools Abroad, Bread Loaf School of English

Intensive language instruction in either immersion or graduate level programs take place during the summer in the Schools of Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.  The Language Schools offers Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Applied Languages and Doctor of Modern Languages degrees.   

In addition to its intensive summer sessions, Middlebury College offers study abroad for undergraduates and graduates at its C.V. Starr Schools Abroad in Argentina, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Morocco, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, and Uruguay.

Regular full-time Middlebury undergraduate faculty can attend the Summer Language Schools for the purpose of enhancing their teaching or research at Middlebury.  The same policies for tuition for courses in the undergraduate college apply.  Faculty may apply to the Faculty Professional Development Fund to support Language Schools attendance.

The Bread Loaf campus is located near Bread Loaf Mountain, fourteen miles from the Middlebury campus.  The Bread Loaf School of English conducts a six-week graduate session in June and July with over 250 students, which is also open to selected undergraduates, and similar sessions concurrently in Alaska, New Mexico, and Oxford, England.  The Bread Loaf Writers' Conference convenes each August following the School of English.

 

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