Yale Club of Hong Kong :


Links to Yale admissions


The best place to start is the admissions page of the school you're thinking of applying to. Some of them offer application forms that can be downloaded and submitted via the Internet:

  • If you're a high school (secondary school) student, visit the admissions website for Yale College. It includes a special section for international students.
  • If you already hold a bachelor's degree and are thinking about getting an advanced degree in an academic area within the humanities, social sciences, physical/natural sciences, engineering, or computer science, visit the admissions page for the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
  • If you already hold a bachelor's degree and are interested in one of the University's professional schools — Art, Architecture, Divinity, Drama, Forestry and Environmental Studies, Law, Management, Medicine (including Epidemiology and Public Health), Music, or Nursing — click here.

If you haven't been able to visit Yale yet , take the on-line tour at the University's website for views of campus life, or consult YaleInfo to search for particular topics of interest. You might also try visiting the website of the Yale Daily News, America's oldest college daily newspaper, which is run entirely by students. Or just start on the home page of the Yale website and enjoy browsing.

If you're a college graduate seriously interested in applying to one of Yale's graduate or professional schools, and you'd like to chat with someone in Hong Kong who went to that school - perhaps over a cup of coffee sometime, just to get a sense of what the school is like from a student's perspective - the Yale Club can help. Please call the local director of the Yale Club's Alumni Schools Committee, Caroline Hsiao Van (Yale College '79), at 2838-0806 during office hours, or send her an e-mail, and she'll put you in touch with someone you can talk to.

Please e-mail Caroline Van with any questions about helping out with the Alumni Schools Committee in Hong Kong.