UCS expands domestic internships
This summer, while many students will set off to work in cities all over the world, others will look toward opportunities closer to home.
UCS expands international programs
UCS will ramp up the number of international internship programs it offers this summer, providing students with work opportunities in new fields and geographic areas.
Students share apps with Yale-NUS
Over 9,200 applicants to the Yale College class of 2017 chose to submit their applications to Yale-NUS as well, competing for spots in the Singaporean college’s inaugural class.
TFA popularity rises
For an increasing number of Yale students, leaving the classroom after graduation means going back to the classroom — but as a teacher.
Interest in Light Fellowship grows
For students who are studying East Asian languages at Yale, applying to the Richard U. Light Fellowship is becoming a rite of passage.
New UCS director takes office
Jeanine Dames has been appointed as the new director of Undergraduate Career Services and assistant dean in Yale College, according to an email sent by Yale College Dean Mary Miller to faculty and staff Monday morning.
Across Ivies, early admit rates plummet
Following a nearly across-the-board increase in early applications, most Ivy League schools experienced dips in their early acceptance rates this year.