A team of four Middlebury Institute students won the Business for a Better World international case competition in Davos, Switzerland today, beating out teams from 20 other universities with a “stunning” presentation.
For all International Students & Scholars – from every culture & background – a unique opportunity for creating cross-cultural friendships and building bridges that contribute to making the world a better place.Share cross-cultural foods, join in fun competitive team games, and participate in lively discussions. Our discussions second semester will focus on aspects that might help with finding jobs.
Professional portraits for students are back! Interested students should sign up and make a nonrefundable payment of $25 (cash or check) with Emily Weidner at the Center for Advising & Career Services. Please make checks payable to: Randy Tunnell.
Attend the Club Fair to explore student organizations you may be interested in joining this upcoming semester. If you are interested in starting a club, please visit http://www.miis.edu/student-life/clubs/start and sign up to participate in the Club Fair by February 1.
After completing the Summer Intensive Language Program, new Middlebury Institute student Katherine Hanson, who is seeking a master‘s in international trade and economic development, is now fluent in her fourth language: French.
Describing their City Year Corps experience as an opportunity to focus their career goals, Monterey Institute students Eric Chavez and Danyelle Mitchell say they found the “perfect match” in the graduate programs offered at MIIS.