Yale University was founded in 1701. A member of Ivy League (the name of the union of eight foundation universities in the northeast of the United States), Yale University is a foundation university in New Heaven, Connecticut. Yale University offers education under 3 main academic fields:
Yale College (for undergraduate programs)
Institute of Science and Literature and specialization schools.
University, Institute of Science and Literature, Theology, Forestry & amp; It offers a variety of programs and research opportunities through 11 post-graduate schools and vocational schools, including Environmental Studies, Law, Business, Medicine, Nursing and 4 art schools – architecture, art, drama and music.