Why Choose A Yale Summer School?
Without a doubt, the city of New Haven in Connecticut is best known as the home of world-famous Yale University. Although its 300-year-old campus is a must-visit for anyone interested in architecture, art or history, there’s also a LOT more to do besides study!
To start with, the city sits on a stunning sliver of coastline and boasts huge expanses of green spaces. It’s known for its thriving arts scene and is full of historic attractions, fabulous restaurants and interesting boutiques. Dig a little deeper and taste history at the iconic restaurant that invented the hamburger back in 1900, take a ride on the carousel that has been going since 1920, and check out the stupendous views of the city from the East Rock, a popular landmark made from molten rock some 200 million years ago.
A prestigious ivy league campus
As one of the USA’s top Ivy League universities and the third-oldest in the country, Yale is a must-visit destination in its own right. Its rich history dates back to 1701 and its stunning Gothic architecture lends itself well to the palpable feeling of academic rigour that echoes through its hallowed halls. Its impressive roll call of alumni includes former US presidents Bill Clinton, George H Bush and George W Bush.
Outsanding Facilities & Attractions
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TOP Yale SUMMER SCHOOLS FOR 2023
- Founded: 2004
- Fees from: £5595
- Typical duration: 2 weeks
- Dates: June - August
- Students Per Class: 12-15
- Hours of Tuition: 20 / week
- Age Range: 8-25
- Founded: 2005
- Fees from: £6900
- Typical duration: 3 weeks
- Dates: June-August
- Hours of Tuition: 45 hours of academic tuition and 36 hours of elective tuition / 3-weeks
- Age Range: 13-18