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I am a native Chinese speaker. I have been studying in the U.S. for almost one year and decided to get further training in a grad school.

What do you think of MIIS, Monterey Institute of International Studies? Do they have a strong reputation for Chinese/English combo?

Related question: Best university to study CI English and Chinese?

asked 23 Feb '13, 23:42

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Hi Zhiyuan,

I've posted an answer under the related question Best university to study CI English and Chinese. Of course, your case is different as your mother-tongue is Chinese. So MIIS, which has a good reputation, might be a better choice for you.

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answered 09 Mar '13, 13:27

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