The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is a highly selective, two-week academic and leadership experiences for exceptional high school students interested in politics, international affairs, STEM subjects, and more.
As an official Yale University program that is administered by University officials, students can expect a first-rate summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in our famed residential colleges, eating in our award-winning dining halls, engaging with world renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners.
The Yale Young Global Scholars Program brings the best of the academic and policy communities together in a scholarly and learning environment. Although our programs are designed for top-performing high school students, our faculty members teach the same material and in the same manner as in their undergraduate courses here at Yale.
Our six summer programs – Politics, Law, & Economics; International Affairs & Security; Technology, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship; Applied Science & Engineering, Biological & Biomedical Science; and Sustainability, Energy, & Environment – are interdisciplinary in scope. Students learn from leading authorities in their areas of expertise; read primary source materials, articles, and books on a wide variety of issues; participate in lively team exercises and simulations; and gain invaluable instruction in university-level writing.
Activities and Features
Religious Emphasis None
Academic General Academics
Location & Contact Information
Camp Address 68 High Street
New Haven CT, 06511 United States
Winter Address 393 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT, 06511 United States