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MIT Global Languages
Open Academic Positions
Affiliated Faculty & Scholars
Emeriti Faculty & Lecturers
English Language Studies
French and Francophone Studies
Studies in International Literatures and Cultures (SILC)
Other Languages / Theory of Language
EET & GLE
Digital Humanities and Creative Pedagogies
French minor Jessica Quaye selected as 2021 Schwarzman Scholar
How do you say "data sampling rate" in German? MIT students learn from internships abroad.
Global Languages honored to receive generous donation of World Heritage landmark volume, "Murals of Tibet"
Learning about China by learning its language
Global Languages "Digital Directions" in MIT News
Theory of Languages Concentration Adviser, Suzanne Flynn (Linguistics), named to AAAS
Korean language program Hangul Day celebration
Study Spanish in Spain through IAP-Madrid! Study Mandarin in China through IAP-Shenzhen!
January Scholars in France: experience Paris over IAP.
Course 21G offers a variety of programs, including Majors, Minors, and Concentrations.
21G is dedicated to providing MIT students with the knowledge, skills, and outlooks necessary to become engaged global citizens and leaders.
Chao Distinguished Buddhist Lecture Series: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion