Yale has a number of resources for faculty, staff, and students to help plan international activity – from working and studying abroad to coming to Yale from abroad. Whether they are questions pertaining to visas or setting up a research office in another country, departments and groups such as the Office of International Affairs, the Office of International Students and Scholars, Procurement, the Center for International & Professional Experience, and the Yale International Operations Compliance Committee are available to assist you.
- Register Your Travel
Yale maintains a travel database so the University can reach you in the event of an emergency. You will need to login to the registry using your NetID and must use a Yale networked computer or a Yale VPN connection.
- International Travel Toolkit
Online guidance for Faculty, Staff and Students, as well as checklists for individual and group related travel abroad.
- Travel Health
Provides comprehensive pre-travel consultation, education, vaccination, and travel medications and is available to faculty, staff, students, and Yale Health members.
- Center for International & Professional Experience (CIPE)
For undergraduates – CIPE is a group of offices that work together to provide study abroad opportunities, career planning and employment services, and funding options.
- Emergency Abroad
If you encounter an emergency while traveling, follow these steps to gain assistance.
Coming to Yale
- Office of International Students & Scholars (OISS)
OISS is your on campus resource for immigration matters and assists with social and personal adjustment to life in the United States.
Hosting International Events and Visitors
- Hosting International Visitors (on campus and New Haven-based resources)
- International Gift Giving
- Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center (event space)
- Mead Visitor Center
- Visiting Yale