November 17, 2012

Critical Languages Institute


Founded in 1991, the Critical Languages Institute has evolved into one of the largest summer training facilities in the U.S. for less commonly taught languages, offering courses in 9 languages at up to 5 levels to over 150 students each summer.

The signature of the CLI are its hybrid courses, where classes are conducted in two segments, a 7-week course on the ASU campus and an optional 4-week overseas program. CLI instruction is proficiency-oriented and practical.

CLI-Arizona students are encouraged to take advantage of the Institute's jobs and grants program, which offers presentations on grant writing and job-hunting, one-on-one sessions for students applying for grants and/or positions, and visits from government and private recruiters.

Several of CLI's overseas programs include volunteer service opportunities or internships. These programs provide students an opportunity to apply their language skills in a hands-on setting.

For full details about the 2013 Critical Languages Institute, go to
The application deadline is February 1, 2013.

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