The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey is part of the Middlebury network of schools and programs. Middlebury formally acquired the Institute in 2010 following a five-year affiliation agreement with the school.

About Middlebury

Middlebury is known worldwide for its leadership in language instruction, environmental studies, international programs, and innovations in experiential learning.

Middlebury College, founded in 1800, is a Vermont-based undergraduate educational institution known for its leadership in language education, international studies, and environmental studies. Middlebury College offers its students a broad curriculum embracing the arts, humanities, literature, foreign languages, social sciences, and natural sciences.

In addition to the undergraduate college, Middlebury operates the Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad in 17 countries and 38 cities around the globe; the Middlebury Language Schools, which celebrated their centennial in 2015 and educate 1,500 students each summer in Vermont and California; and the Middlebury Bread Loaf School of English, founded in 1920 and offering summer classes in Ripton, Vermont; Oxford, England; and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Middlebury Integrated Opportunities

As part of the Middlebury network of schools and programs, the Institute offers undergraduate students access to a tremendous range of educational opportunities.

  • Accelerated degree: earn a Middlebury Institute master’s degree in fewer credits.
  • Study away: spend a semester or a year in Monterey, taking courses that apply to your undergraduate degree.
  • Scholarships: take advantage of the guaranteed affiliation scholarships for alumni and participants of Middlebury programs.