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Yale University


Yale University

Yale University

Yale University is both a small college and a large research university. The College is surrounded by eleven distinguished graduate and professional schools, and its students partake in the intellectual stimulation and excitement of a major international center of learning. The faculty is known for its special devotion to undergraduate teaching. Many of Yale’s most distinguished senior professors teach introductory courses as well as advanced seminars to undergraduates.  Yale University is one of the top ranking national universities.

Yale University
PO Box 208234
New Haven, CT 06520
(203) 432-9316

Admissions E-mail: student.questions@yale.edu
Web site:  http://www.yale.edu/

Admission: http://www.yale.edu/admissions/index.html

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Yale University Tuition and Fees

Tuition & Fees for 2010

Application Fee $55
Tuition
1 course credit (4 semester credit hours) $2,750
1.5-credit foreign language course $2,750
Science laboratory $1,375
Noncredit foreign language reading course $1,375
2-credit course $5,300
3-credit foreign language course $5,500
Course change fee $25
Late registration fee $25
Late housing application fee $100
SEVIS fee (for international students needing an I-20) $200
Medical insurance fee (for international students living on campus) $130
Room and Meals
8-week Summer Language Institute
(4-week portion on Yale campus only) $1,649
Session A or B (5 weeks) $2,053
Session A and B or 10-week Summer Language Institute $4,073
6-week English Language Institute; Intensive Film Workshop $2,457
Study abroad program fee (non-refundable)
– varies according to program – see individual course descriptions 
$750

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