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Yale University is known for its outstanding undergraduate teaching, its commitment to research and learning, its contributions to the cultural and political life of the United States and the world.
Yale University comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional schools. In addition, Yale encompasses a wide array of centers and programs, libraries, museums, and administrative support offices. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale.
Also Yale University offers outstanding summer courses for students from around the globe A strength in the summer has been in the area of language teaching and learning, a tradition carried on by the English Language Institute.
The Yale Summer Session is to nurture and inspire intellectual growth in a community of summer scholars that promotes Yale's tradition of academic excellence. Summer students share ideas, interests, talents, and cultures, thereby celebrating their unique contributions and learning from each other.
Six-week intensive English language courses - $3750. Participants in Yale’s comprehensive language program are assigned to classes (average size, 12 students) based on a placement test, student essays, and background information. Students choose one or two afternoon courses, which meet twice weekly for a total of three hours per week.
Six-week specialized courses for graduate and professional students - $4400. This course, designed for students about to enter or currently enrolled in graduate programs in English-speaking countries, emphasizes the skills required for success in graduate work. The morning schedule is composed of core courses: Advanced Expository Writing; Academic Speaking Skills.