PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE
December 15, 2016 at 11:59 PM EST
FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE
January 13, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST
Application files completed by the priority deadline are guaranteed to receive a review by the Admissions Committee. Applications and materials may still be submitted after December 15, but no guarantee is given that the Committee will consider them. Therefore, we encourage serious applicants to submit all necessary materials prior to the December deadline.
NOTE: All materials must be uploaded to the electronic application. Extra materials will not be included in your application file. Materials become the property of Yale F&ES and will not be returned to applicants or enrolling students.
For guaranteed consideration of your application, all materials must be submitted electronically no later than the priority deadline of 11:59 PM EST, Monday, December 15, 2015.
Questions concerning admission or the application process should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, 203.432.5106 or 800.825.0330.
We look for students capable of making effective contributions to scientific knowledge or to professional service in addressing environmental problems. Special weight is given to relevant experiences after graduation from college. Clarity regarding professional career goals is a critically important part of the applicant's personal statement. Admissions staff and faculty review teams read the applications submitted to the Master’s degree program. Final admissions decisions rest on an integrated assessment of the components described above.
Application materials are kept on-file for two years by the Office of Admissions. Previous applicants planning to reapply to Yale F&ES must submit an updated application form and pay the current application fee. Applicants reapplying to the Master’s program must also submit:
Applicants reapplying to the Master’s program may also submit replacements for previously submitted application materials held by the Office of Admissions, such as a revised essay or substitute one or more letters of reference.