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Study Abroad: Yale in London
London, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Spring,
Summer Session 1,
Summer Session 2
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Program Budget: Summer Session 1,
Summer Session 2
Quick Facts:
Type of Activity:
Study Abroad
Class Standing at Time of Enrollment:
1.5 second semester freshman, 2 first semester sophomore, 2.5 second semester sophomore, 3 first semester junior, 3.5 second semester junior, 4 first semester senior, 4.5 second semester senior
Fields of Study:
Humanities, Studio & Performing Arts
Program Language(s):
English
Minimum Semesters of
Language Study Required
(Yale or equivalent)
:
None
Housing Options:
Apartment, University housing
ISA-eligible:
Yes
Program Description:

Yale in London Yale in London offers small seminar classes, which earn full Yale credits, on British history, architecture or art history, literature, and drama. Courses are offered in both spring and summer, and instructors include Yale University professors and British scholars. The Summer Program consists of two, six-week long sessions.  These sessions include two, one-credit courses each.  The Spring Semester lasts for fifteen weeks and includes four, one-credit courses.  Students take all courses which are offered during their session.

Classes are generally held Monday through Thursday.  So, with Fridays free, students can arrange weekend trips, day trips, and sightseeing in London.  During the week-long spring break, many students travel around Britain or to other countries in Europe. Field trips to sites within London and to other English cities are an integral part of the program, including many sites off the tourist track. Drama courses include visits to everything from top West End plays to small, fringe productions, as well as talks by playwrights, directors, and actors.

Please visit http://britishart.yale.edu/yaleinlondon for more information on the program and on Spring 2016 courses. To find out more about the Paul Mellon Centre, where courses will be taught in London, visit http://www.paul-mellon-centre.ac.uk.  Students will have a dedicated classroom and a common room.  At the Centre, students have access to Wi-Fi, a study annex, a kitchenette, and printing and scanning facilities.  Students also have access to Library and Archive resources at the Paul Mellon Centre.  For further questions please contact Nermin Abdulla, Yale in London coordinator at nabdulla@paul-mellon-centre.ac.uk.

For general questions about the program contact yaleinlondon@yale.edu.

If you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss Yale in London, please contact Lisa Ford at lisa.ford@yale.edu or 203-432-9805.



Dates and Deadlines:
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Read the program description to learn more about the application process.