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Yale University: Fees, Acceptance Rate, History, Notable Alumni, Majors, Courses, and Everything

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Yale University is a private university that belongs to The Ancient Eight group. The university is situated in New Haven, of U.S. State, Connecticut. Yale is the 3rd oldest university in the United States of America after Harvard University and College of William & Mary. The Institute of Higher Education was founded in 1701 by a group of 500 Puritans. U.S. News has ranked Yale University, 11th in Best Global Universities, 5th in Arts and Humanities, 7th in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 4th in Psychiatry/Psychology. Let us tell you everything about Yale University: Fees, Acceptance Rate, History, Notable Alumni, Majors, Courses, and Everything.

Yale University Fees

DEGREETOTAL COURSESDURATION1st YEAR TUITION FEES
MS34 Courses11 to 36 Months$43,100 – $53,860
MBA14 Courses22 to 84 Months $45,900 – $95,200
MIM6 Courses0.7 to 3 Years $45,970 – $76,460
BE/Btech16 Courses 4 Years $57,540 – $59,700
MArch6 Courses2 – 4 Years $45,970 – $53,860
BBA3 Courses4 Years $59,700
BSc17 Courses4 Years $57,540 – $59,700
MFA5 Courses2 – 3 Years $42,150 – $64,000
MA20 Courses1 – 3 Years $14,000 – $49,000
Other Courses77 Courses1 – 6 Years $25,830 – $65,540

Acceptance Rate

Yale University admissions are most selective with an acceptance rate of 6.9% in 2021.

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Notable Alumni

George H. W. Bush: 41st U.S. President.

William Howard Taft: 27th U.S. President.

Paul Krugman: American Economist.

John Kerry: U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.

Anderson Cooper: Broadcast Journalist and Political Commentator. 

Oliver Stone: Film Director, Producer, and Screenwriter.

Janet Yellen: Former United States Secretary of the Treasury.

Brett Kavanaugh: Former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Isha Ambani: Indian businessperson.

Ron DeSantis: Former Governor of Florida.

Chris Cuomo: Journalist.

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Majors, or Courses

The University 80 majors options include: African Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Archaeological Studies, Architecture, Art, Astronomy, Astrophysics.

Biology (Ecology & Evolutionary).Biology (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental), Biomedical Engineering.

Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Classics, Classical Civilization, Ancient and Modern Greek, Cognitive Science, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Computer Science and Economics, Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Science and Psychology, Computer Science and the Arts.

Earth and Planetary Sciences, East Asian Languages and Literatures, East Asian Studies, Economics, Economics and Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Environmental Engineering, English, Environmental Studies, Ethics, Ethnicity, Race and Migration.

Film and Media Studies, French.

German Studies, Global Affairs.

History, History of Art, History of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Humanities.

Italian Studies.

Judaic Studies.

Latin American Studies, Linguistics.

Mathematics, Mathematics and Philosophy, Mathematics and Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Modern Middle Studies, Music.

Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Neuroscience.

Philosophy, Physics, Physics and Geosciences, Physics and Philosophy, Political Science, Portuguese, Psychology.

Religious Studies, Russian, Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies.

Sociology, South Asian Studies, Spanish, Special Divisional Major, Statics and Data Science.

Theatre and Performance Studies.

Urban Studies.

Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies, Directed Studies, First-Year Scholars at Yale, First-Year Seminars.

Education Studies, Energy Studies, Global Health Studies, Human Rights Studies, Journalism Initiative, Residental College Seminars, ROTC, Air Force, Naval, Army.

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