Monterey Institute of International Studies

anyone who is looking for further info about MIIS (housing, transportations, courses, foods) are welcome to email me at jkon23@gmail.com

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MIIS is listed as one of the tops graduate school by some pronounce ranking survey in the world and U.S.

– The United Nations – T&I – Best in the world   http://www.miis.edu/media/view/20075/original/winter_2010_communique.pdf

– The Aspen Institure: Business and Management – Global Top 100: #38 http://www.beyondgreypinstripes.org/rankings/index.cfm

– The Princeton Review: MBA – Top 15 (2009)      http://ow.ly/1saIJ

– Enterprenuership:MBA – #14 (2009)  http://www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges/grad/1.html

– In November 2009, the United Nations recognized the Monterey Institute as one of the world’s leading trainers of professional translators and interpreters, signing an agreement to expand internship and employment opportunities for current and future Institute students and graduates. The Institute is one of nine partner institutions worldwide chosen by the U.N, and the only one in North or South America.

– “In just two decades, the Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) at the Monterey Institute of International Studies has acquired a global reputation for training the next generation of nonproliferation specialists… The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has benefited from the expertise of CNS graduates who have served as interns, and several of its former staff and students are now serving in professional staff positions at the IAEA.” — International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Mohamed ElBaradei.

– “Each new generation of scholars and policymakers must determine how best to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and seek the goal of a world without them. Organizations like CNS that are dedicated to training nonproliferation specialists will be vital in achieving this goal and preparing these individuals to lead in the effort.” – U.S. President Barack Obama. (CNS = Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) at the Monterey Institute of International Studies)

– In 2007, the magazine Foreign Policy named the Institute one of the top 20 graduate schools in the nation for international relations.

IPS – #18 (2007-2008)

 http://mjtier.people.wm.edu/IvoryTower%202007.pdf

http://duckofminerva.blogspot.com/2007/02/william-and-mary-survey-2006-2007.html

These rankings were published in the March/April 2007 Issue of Foreign Policy Magazine.
I think these maybe the most valid/credible rankings so far.

Top 20 Undergraduate Programs

1. Harvard University 48%
2. Princeton University 46%
3. Stanford University 30%
4. Georgetown University 28%
5. Columbia University 28%
6. Yale University 23%
7. University of Chicago 21%
8. University of California-Berkeley 12%
9. Dartmouth College 11%
10. George Washington University 10%
11. American University 10%
12. University of Michigan 9%
13. Tufts University 8%
14. Swarthmore College 8%
14. University of California-San Diego 8%
16. Cornell University 6%
17. Brown University 6%
18. Williams College 5%
19. Duke University 5%
19. Johns Hopkins University 5%

Top 20 Master’s Programs

1. Georgetown University 65%
2. Johns Hopkins University 64%
3. Harvard University 46%
4. Tufts University 42%
5. Columbia University 39%
6. Princeton University 38%
7. George Washington University 28%
8. American University 19%
9. University of Denver 9%
10. Syracuse University 7%
11. University of California-San Diego 5%
12. University of Chicago 4%
12. Yale University 4%
14. Stanford University 4%
15. University of Pittsburgh 3%
16. University of California-Berkeley 2%
17. University of Maryland 2%
18. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2%
19. Monterey Institute of International Studies 2%
20. University of Southern California 2%

Top 20 PhD Programs

1. Harvard University 65%
2. Princeton University 52%
3. Columbia University 45%
4. Standford University 45%
5. University of Chicago 30%
6. Yale University 26%
7. University of California-Berkeley 25%
8. University of Michigan 22%
9. University of California-San Diego 20%
10. Cornell University 12%
11. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11%
12. Johns Hopkins University 10%
13. Georgetown University 8%
14. Duke University 8%
15. Ohio State University 8%
16. New York University 7%
17. University of Minnesota 5%
18. University of California-Los Angeles 5%
19. Tufts University 4%
20. University of Rochester 4%

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