Yale University

Yale University is a medium-sized private research institution located in Hartford, Connecticut. It was established in the 17th century, with its main purpose being to train political leaders and clergy. Yale was originally called the Collegiate School, and was re-named Yale College in 1718 to honor an endowment from Elihu Yale.

Yale is an Ivy League university offering a full range of undergraduate studies, and most courses are taught by tenured professors. At the graduate level, Yale’s Art, Drama, Architecture and Law programs are considered to be at the very top of their field.

University Profile

Ranking #17 #8
University Name Yale University
Year Established 1701
Motto Lux et Veritas
Motto in English Light and Truth
Colors Yale blue


Address P.O. Box 208236, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Phone +1 (203) 432 4771
Website Yale University Website
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Programs and Courses

Doctorate Degrees Master Degrees Bachelor Degrees Diplomas
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Admission Info

Students are advised to apply directly to the specific school or college of Yale University, or program where the degree will be awarded. Undergraduate students should apply to Yale College. For PhD and some Masters degree, students should apply to Graduate School of Arts and Science.

International Students Allowed Yes
Gender Men and Women
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Scholarship and Financial Aids

Financial Aid offered by Yale University includes need-based scholarship and term time jobs. This covers 100% of demonstrated financial need for all undergraduate students. PhD students are guaranteed to receive monthly stipend for five years.

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