GLOBAL SUMMER PROGRAM AT YALE UNIVERSITY

New Haven, Connecticut

 

Students may only choose one of the following courses:

 

 

Yale Course #1: Topics in International Economics
1 July - 10 August | 6 weeks | 1 Yale Credit

 

Recent developments in international economics. Trade policy and market structure; the economics of trading blocs such as the EEC & NAFTA; the economic consequences of continued U.S. external deficits; globalization and inequality; exchange rates, interest rates, and volatility; speculative capital flows and exchange rate policies; and financial crises and the prospects for the European Monetary Union. Subject to change.
For more information please contact summer.session@yale.edu.

 

Yale students may apply using the Yale Summer Session application.

 

2012 TUITION: $3,150 (half tuition waived for two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,575)

2012 ACCOMODATION: $2,994 (scholarships for half of the room and board costs will be awarded to two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,497)

 

Click here to see a video of students from 2011 sharing their thoughts about the GSP course at Yale.

 

 

 

Yale Course #2: Sustainability and Institutions 
1 July - 10 August | 6 weeks | 1 Yale Credit

 

Sustainable development as it relates to institutional change, decision-making processes, and systems thinking.  Throughout the course we will explore the question of how organizations have the capacity to advance principles of sustainable development in their operational functions, mission and growth. The students will engage with Yale as a Living Laboratory throughout the course as well as visit two peer institutions in the region. Course lectures and discussions will draw from Yale’s sustainability commitments to: reduce greenhouse gas emissions, implement a transportation demand management system, serve ‘sustainable and local food’ in the residential colleges, build ‘sustainable’ buildings, integrate sustainability into the master plan framework, reduce waste and manage the urban campus via an ecosystem services framework. For more information please contact summer.session@yale.edu.

 

Yale students may apply using the Yale Summer Session application.

 

2012 TUITION: $3,150 (half tuition waived for two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,575)

2012 ACCOMODATION: $2,994 (scholarships for half of the room and board costs will be awarded to two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,497)

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL COURSES

 

Students also have the option of taking a second course (no scholarship available). Please let the GSP coordinator at Yale know if you would like to take an additional course during session B.