How to Apply
In addition the program requires a writing sample of 10-15 pages, double-spaced, to be submitted.
Inquiries about the Medieval Studies Ph.D. Program may be addressed to:
Medieval Studies Program
P.O. Box 208298
New Haven, CT 06520-8298
For Admissions information please contact:
The Office of Graduate Admission
P.O. Box 208323
New Haven, CT 06520-8323
General New Student Information, Questions and Referrals: The McDougal Center serves as “information central” for incoming students. The Center can address new student questions about families, childcare, parking, travel, schedules, or other areas of life at Yale and in New Haven .
Other information for Incoming Students:
- Living in New Haven Web Page: http://www.yale.edu/livingn
- Brand new Yale-wide web page for all prospective & current students, faculty & staff. Pictures, video testimonials, neighborhood profiles and information links on community, housing culture, shopping, transit and services in New Haven. Info will be updated regularly.
- Yale Visitors Center: http://www.yale.edu/visitor/
Tours, Exhibits, Attractions, Lodging & Directions, and more.
- Gateway for New Students: http://www.yale.edu/graduateschool/newstudents/index.html
Orientation and New Student Checklist.
- New Student Information WebSite & Checklist: http://www.yale.edu/graduateschool/newstudents/checklist.html
At this website, students get information on completing specific health, ID, and other forms prior to beginning at Yale in the fall.
- Graduate School Bulletin, “Programs and Policies”: http://www.yale.edu/bulletin/html/grad/index.html
The Blue Book, listing policies, programs and courses, is available in August each year. New Students receive a copy at Orientation checkin at the Graduate School . See it online by clicking on the link above.