Yale MBA tuition is close to $70,000 apart from a program fee of the order of $2,000.
Along with living expenses of the order of $25,000 (room, board, personal expenses, textbooks, health insurance, etc), total student budget for a year comes out to be about $100,000.
International students with 16 total years of education can apply.
Typically, successful applicants have a postgraduate degree if they have fewer than 16 years of education, although this is not mandatory. Applicants must fill out an online application, including an essay, provide transcripts from every college attended, submit two professional recommendation letters, complete the video questions, and pay the application fee.
The middle 80 percent undergraduate GPA falls within 3.4 to 3.9. International students comprise nearly half of the class strength, US citizens and permanent residents about 40 percent.
The majority (over 30%) of undergraduate majors belong to Humanities and Social Sciences, followed by Business, Engineering and Computer Science, Economics, and the least, roughly 10% percent, in Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
International students need not have taken TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Academic. There is no minimum GMAT or GRE score, and no minimum work experience is insisted upon, although, typically, successful applicants have an average of between three and five years of experience.
Students for the Silver Scholars program are recruited directly from their colleges.
Many SOM courses are taught by professors from various disciplines together.
SOM also uses the “raw case approach,” by which teams of students work on data from real situations and put forward their analyses.