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The Middlebury Institute Master’s in International Education Management (IEM) helps students gain the relevant skills and knowledge to foster meaningful intercultural understanding and interactions in international education.  

These learning goals are woven throughout your entire IEM experience:

International Education Theory and Best Practices

Demonstrate foundational knowledge in the field of international education by articulating trends and debates and applying best practices.

Intercultural and Linguistic Competence

Work with and support others appropriately and effectively in culturally and linguistically diverse environments.

Program Design and Assessment

Design, implement, and assess international education programming.

Resource Generation

Engage stakeholders and generate financial and human resources through marketing, recruitment, enrollment management, and/or fundraising.

Resource Management

Contribute to effective program administration through project management, strategic planning, data management, budgeting, and staff management skills.