based on 4 students ratings
The main thing which attracted me to this university was its Alumni which includes many renowned people such as Hillary Clinton, Harold Stanley, etc. Also, the opportunities and the courses made me apply for the university. I applied online via the official website by paying an application fee of $105.
The main aim of my course curriculum is to expand the student's depth of knowledge substantially beyond the BA/BS in Computer Science or related field. The program is intended for us who are planning to pursue a professional career directly after finishing the MS program.
I have always been interested in the non-profit sector of business learning and the way NGOs work, and Yale is at the highest peak when it comes to producing executives and leaders to lead this sector, so I never had a doubt about where I'll get my MBA from. My first step was to apply online along with the required application fee of $250.
Yale curriculum is developed and designed in such a way that in two years of time not only you will learn about general management but also master your field of interest. It surely helps if your curriculum is well thought out. I am one of many who are reaping the benefits.
I opted for Yale University as it is the 3rd oldest higher education institute in the US. More than 2000 courses across 80 majors are available and one can choose as per his/her interest. Also, it has been the breeding ground of 5 U.S. presidents and famous scholars. In short, getting selected for Yale University was a dream come true for me. I applied to the university through Coalition Application, the application cost me $105.
I basically learnt about competitive global market exploration in my 2 year MBA programme in Yale University. Also, I got myself enrolled for global network courses before completion of my graduation. The experienced advisors used to take 1 to 1 sessions of students for broading up our vision and overall growth.
I opted for yale because of the academic freedom offered to students. You could take a diversity of classes before deciding on your major sophomore year. The culture of the campus and students was also something I felt was a good fit for me
I think the course curriculum offers students a lot of freedom but also makes it hard to hone in on what you really like and are good at. Also, the curriculum makes it hard to figure out what classes are worth taking, and what isn't.