Yale University

humanities

16thQS World Ranking

Yale University is a private Ivy League University which was founded in 1701 in Connecticut. It is also known as the birthplace of doctoral education in United States as it awarded the first three PhD. degrees in the country followed by University of Pennsylvania, Harvard and Princeton in 1870, 1872 and 1879 respectively.Yale University offers a number of courses through its various schools: Yale College, Graduate School of Arts and Science, School of Architecture, School of Arts, Divinity School, School of Drama, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Law School, School of Management, School of Medicine, School of Music, School of Nursing and School of Public Health.

The university has more than 5400 undergraduate students and more than 6800 graduate students. Of the total number of students, Yale has about 20% international students from 118 countries (a major chunk comes from Canada, China, India, Germany, the United Kingdom and South Korea). Yale offers a comprehensive need based financial aid on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Average need based scholarship from the Yale sources is upwards of $43,000.

Notable Alumni: Hillary Clinton (American politician who was the 67thUnited States Secretary of State), Meryl Streep (American actress and philanthropist), George W. Bush (American politician who served as the 43rd President of the United States)

Book your free session with our consultant
Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test
English

The undergraduate major encourages innovative, non-traditional scholarship; it also requires a substantial foundation of knowledge of the United States from local, national, and global perspectives. Each student chooses one of five areas of concentration: national formations; the international United States; material cultures and built environments; politics and American communities; and visual, audio, literary, and performance cultures.

School reports including transcript, Two teacher recommendations, One counselor recommendation, Mid year report

Teacher, Translator, Interpreter, Relation Manager,History, political development, etc

2nd Jan

English

The Major in Classics at Yale offers students the chance to study the languages, literatures, material culture, and history of the societies of the ancient world, together with their influence on later periods and cultures right up to the present day. Within the major, students may choose a concentration that focuses on language and literature training

School reports including transcript, Two teacher recommendations, One counselor recommendation, Mid year report

Archivist, Barrister, Chartered Accountant, Civil Service fast streamer, Editorial assistant, Heritage manager, Higher education lecturer, Market researcher

2nd Jan

English

The major in East Asian Languages and Literatures provides an intellectually focused and rigorous immersion in the East Asian humanities, allowing students to study two of the world s greatest cultural traditions in depth. We offer courses that reflect the variety of East Asian textual traditions, pre-modern through modern, and including film and theater. The major is focused on the analysis of literature, culture, and thought, built upon a solid foundation of language study; many of our courses are taught in translation, but students also have opportunities to take many courses in which literary works are read in the original language.

School reports including transcript, Two teacher recommendations, One counselor recommendation, Mid year report

Teacher, Translator, Interpreter, Relation Manager,History, Political development

2nd Jan

English

Film and Media Studies gives students the tools necessary to grapple with the decisive media of the past 100 years from film to television to the platform-agnostic digital images of today. That knowledge is critical and practical, analytic and experimental, historical and theoretical. Students who major in Film and Media Studies learn how to make and how to analyze films and digital images, usually beginning with a core course in film grammar before moving on to look at the new media. As an interdisciplinary program, Film and Media Studies draws on courses from Art to Anthropology to Slavic to American Studies. But wherever the courses originate, students work closely with a dedicated group of world-renowned faculty, and with each other.

School reports including transcript, Two teacher recommendations, One counselor recommendation, Mid year report

Film/video/television editor, camera operator, photographer, art director, TV or film producer or production assistant, runner, location/props manager or programme researcher.

2nd Jan

English

The Department of French has two distinct but complementary missions: to provide instruction in the French language at all levels of competence, and to lead students to a broad appreciation and deep understanding of the literatures and cultures of France and other French-speaking countries.

School reports including transcript, Two teacher recommendations, One counselor recommendation, Mid year report

Teacher, Translator, Interpreter, Relation Manager,History, Political development

2nd Jan

a) Common Application or Coalition Application or The QuestBridge National College Match Application

b) $80 application fee or fee waiver

c) Official high school transcripts and Mid-Year School Report

d) Three letters of recommendations (Two Teacher, One Counselor)

e) Official SAT/ACT scores

f) Typical SAT scores: Verbal (710-800), Math (710-790), Writing (720-800), ACT Composite: (32-35)

g) TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Academic scores if the applicant’s native language is not English.

h) TOEFL- IBT-100, PBT-600, CBT-250, IELTS: 7 or higher, PTE: 70 or higher

i) Acceptance rate: 6.3% (2016)

Requirements may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific requirements.

 

Fees

Undergraduate: $53,430

Graduate

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: $39,800

School of Architecture: $48,050

School of Art: $36,359

Divinity School: $23,920

School of Drama: $29,750

School of Forestry and Environmental Studies: $41,065

Law School: $59,920

School of Nursing: $18,966

School of Public Health: $43,500

School of Engineering and Applied Science: $37,600

Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at Yale University is $16,000 approx.

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities.

 

Undergraduate: January 2

Graduate

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: December 1, December 15, January 2

School of Art: January 4

Divinity School: February 1

School of Drama

December 1, 2016: Directing

January 1, 2017: Playwriting

January 3, 2017: Acting, Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism

February 1, 2017: Design, Sound Design, Stage Management, Technical Design and Production, Theater Management, Technical Internship Certificate and Special Research Fellow

School of Forestry and Environmental Studies: January 13

School of Music: December 1

School of Public Health: January 15

School of Engineering and Applied Science: January 2

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

Notifications currently not available (coming soon)!
Documents currently not available (coming soon)!
Stories currently not available (coming soon)

Yale University Stats

12400

Students

2865

International Students

5500

Undergraduates

6900

Postgraduate

2300

Faculty Strength

34

International Faculty

5

Student Faculty Ratio

7
%

Acceptance Rate

$
53430

Tuition Fees

$
16000

Living Cost

$
3750

Other Fees

4.1

Avg. GPA

* All cost are in USD