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Yale-NUS College is a liberal arts and sciences college in Singapore jointly founded in 2011 by the National University of Singapore and Yale University. The college draws upon the resources and traditions of its two parent institutions to pursue excellence through innovative teaching and research and by providing students with global opportunities for learning and development. Yale-NUS College is redefining liberal arts and science education for a complex, interconnected world.
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Committee Sets Aspirations for Yale’s Global Strategy
As one of the world’s great universities, Yale creates, preserves, and disseminates knowledge and prepares students for leadership in all walks of life. It seeks to strengthen New Haven, the United States, and the world. To fulfill Yale’s commitment to “improving the world today and for future generations,” as embodied in the university’s mission statement, the Provost’s Advisory Committee on International Affairs has established the following high-level aspirations for its global strategy:
- Be the university that best prepares students for global citizenship and leadership
- Be a worldwide research leader on matters of global import
- Be the university with the most effective global networks
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From science and engineering to arts and humanities, explore the many ways in which faculty, students, and scholars at Yale undertake study, research and discussion about international and global issues.
With 22% of the student body coming from abroad, Yale University offers a diverse and exciting global environment in which to study. Interested applicants must apply directly to the school, college, or program where the degree will be awarded.
Yale has a number of resources for faculty, staff, and students to help plan international activity – including the international toolkit and travel registry app.