Yale in London COVID-19/Spring 2021 Announcement
Due to the extensive disruptions incurred by COVID-19, and the ongoing uncertainty around international travel, Yale in London has decided to cancel the spring 2021 term. The program will resume in June 2021 with two summer sessions. Applications for summer 2021 will open in December 2020.
Location: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London
Programme Length: 15 weeks (spring break in London is one week only)
Area of Focus: Arts and Humanities
Eligibility: Undergraduate students currently studying at Yale College or Yale-NUS College. Open to all majors.
Structure: Study Centre. Classes are small and seminar style with frequent field trips and visits outside of the classroom. Students must take all courses on offer. Classes run Monday to Thursday with a three-day weekend.
Credit: You DO NOT need to transfer credits for Yale in London. All courses are for Yale College Credit. Courses are typically listed as British Studies (BRST) but cross-listing is possible. Speak to your DUS if you’d like to cross-list a Yale in London course.
Lecturers: Courses are taught by a combination of Yale faculty, research staff at the Paul Mellon Centre, and leading academics based in the UK.
Fees: Students are charged the usual rates for tuition and housing. Students are not charged board as accommodation is self-catered.
Financial Aid: Funding is available
Accommodation: Students are housed in self-catered flats in Central London.