Am I eligible?
The programmeme is open to any undergraduate currently enrolled at Yale College or Yale-NUS College. There are no prerequisites. Students from any major and any year may apply.
When can I apply?
Applications generally open on August 31 for the spring semester and January 14 for the summer semester.
When is the application deadline?
The deadline for applications is 15 October for the spring semester and 15 February for the summer. We do maintain a rolling deadline depending on the number of applications received. If you are worried you won’t make the deadline, please check in with us.
How will I find out if I have been offered a place on the programme?
You will be notified of acceptance as decisions are made via myCIPE.
Once you have confirmed your place on the programme, you will be able to view pre-departure information through myCIPE immediately. Materials to confirm your enrollment will be sent to you via email shortly thereafter.
Do I need to put down a deposit to confirm my place on the programme?
No deposit is required to confirm your place on the programmeme. However, we do ask that you be mindful of when considering confirming your place as the programmeme pays for things such as deposits for housing in advance of the semester.
Do I need to get my own insurance?
You are covered for emergency medical, security, and travel assistance services through International SOS at no cost via Yale. You can learn more here.
However, it is advisable that you obtain your own health insurance to cover routine medical care while in the UK, as well as insurance for your personal property, in case you lose your laptop or phone while abroad.
Where will I be based in London?
Classes take place at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Bedford Square, London.
In what language will teaching take place?
Courses are taught in English.
In what subjects will courses be?
Courses vary in subject matter but are in the arts and humanities.
Can I choose which courses I take?
No, you must take all courses on offer (four in the spring and two in the summer).
Who will be teaching me?
Yale faculty and leading academics based in the UK.
Where will I be living?