Study At Yale – For Free!

Studying at Yale is beyond the means of most, with high admissions standards and a hefty price tag of about $46 000 a year for tuition and board.  Now, thanks to a new initiative to make the Ivy League school more accessible and a $755 000 grant, courses will be available for free on the internet.

This facility is already offered by other institutions including the likes of MIT and Princeton, Yale will be the first to offer videos to accompany course notes and transcripts of lectures. The initiative will include 7 first year courses.

The courses will not be counted as credits towards a Yale University Degree, nor will they substitute normal lectures.

About Nikki Slabbert

I'm just your run of the mill African, have been a journalist since I graduated, I lived in Asia for 4 years, travelled Central and S America for a year and spent the last year travelling USA and Canada. I make my millions writing and painting. Likes: The thing I like best in all the world is 'The Muffin' (my own personal Canuck!), my coffee machine, Canada, Music, nature and small children with candy. Dislikes: George Bush, Violence, TV, Botox, Celery (its from the devil), Pollution, people who throw trash out their car windows and George Bush.

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  1. This is great! I’ve listened to some Berkley lectures at work before and now I can listen to Yale.

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