| by Amanda Gokee
| by Per Urlaub
Summer 2020 will be the first time that Language Schools will not be held on the Middlebury campus in Vermont.
Cross-cultural understanding is an undervalued skill in a globalized world. In this article, we show you how learning a new language can improve your tolerance.
| by Sarah Ray
Five Middlebury seniors, two Language Schools Students and five recent alumni have been offered Fulbright fellowships for the 2020–2021 academic year.
| by John McWhorter
For language buffs, COVID-19 is a potential sci-fi plot. Think: Millions of families go inside for months—what will they all sound like when they come out?
In a globalized world, learning a new language is a skill that will always give you an unfair advantage. Find out the benefits of learning a second language and being bilingual!
In this article, we will answer your most pressing questions regarding learning a new language at home, and how you can take advantage of an immersive experience from the comfort of your house.
Learn how to read and write Arabic fluently through the Middlebury Language Schools Immersion program.
Is Arabic really that tough to learn? Explore answers to some of the key questions language learners have about this Semitic language.