CIE offers a wide variety of resources for students seeking international experience, providing information, advice, and guidance to potential travelers, as well as contact information for returned students.
A center of coordination and resources for the more than fifty languages taught at Yale, the Center for Language Study (CLS) provides leadership and support for pedagogical innovation, professional development (including workshops and informal seminars offered in collaboration with language programs), and implementation of new methodologies in language instruction and learning.
With its tradition of more than forty years as the official program of English language instruction to non-native speakers in the Yale community, it offers a wide range of full-time and part-time courses during the academic year and the summer.
The International Center is a non-profit community based organization whose goal is to create a welcoming and supportive environment for the international population in the area and to foster a greater understanding of the wealth and variety of cultures the world has to offer.
The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale is the University's focal point for encouraging and coordinating teaching and research on international affairs, societies, and cultures around the world. It draws its strength by tapping the interests and combining the intellectual resources of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and of the professional schools.
The Office of Fellowship Programs (OFP), formerly the Office of International Education and Fellowship Programs (IEFP), advises students and alumni of Yale College about fellowships, scholarships, and grants.
Responsible for the general welfare of international students at Yale University, the Office of International Students and Scholars serves as a resource on immigration matters for the Yale community and Yale’s liaison to those federal agencies concerned with matters related to international students and scholars studying and working here. It also assists sinternational students and scholars with problems concerning their social and personal adjustment to life in the United States and other personal matters and concerns.
Established with the premise that expanding the diversity within the student body enhances the intellectual experience and understanding of the entire scholarly community, the Office for Diversity and Equal Opportunity is committed to building a supportive graduate school community whereby students of color, women and other underrepresented students are actively recruited to the graduate school and encouraged in their professional, social and intellectual goals and pursuits.
The Office of International Affairs serves as an administrative resource to support the international activities of all schools, departments, offices, centers, and organizations at Yale; to promote Yale and its faculty to international audiences; and to increase the visibility of Yale’s international activities around the globe.
The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale, home to Yale Hillel and Young Israel House at Yale, is a self-supporting non-profit that serves Yale students, faculty and staff, and the greater New Haven community, by providing cultural, intellectual religious and social programs. Kosher food, guest lectures, classes, concerts, art exhibits, film festivals, teas, study breaks, Israeli dance classes, conferences, holiday celebrations, and religious services are among the activities regularly sponsored at the center.
The Yale and the World web site offers a gateway to the global aspects of Yale University. Whether you are a current Yale student, an international student interested in studying at Yale, a Yale faculty member, an international graduate or affiliate, or simply someone interested in international affairs, Yale has a world of opportunity easily accessible through the links of this site.
This website brings together in a comprehensive, searchable resource those grants and fellowships funded and/or administered by Yale. Most of these are open only to Yale students and are available from Yale’s schools, departments, and programs, while others are national competitions to which Yale nominates candidates.
Yale Summer Session provides students with a unique opportunity to interact with some of Yale's top scholars and teachers in an intimate environment.