Yale developed the "raw" case approach, a teaching method that replicates the way individuals access information in the real world. Rather than being handed a 10-page narrative with a single decision point, students are presented with extensive data, often more than is needed, about a real situation accessed on a web-based platform. Students must then work together to sift through to build their analysis.
Yale encourages students to enter the nonprofit and public sectors. The school's Internship Fund provides stipends to students who spend their summer interning in the public or non-profit sectors and its Loan Forgiveness program supports alumni in non-profit sectors. The Program on Social Enterprise studies how a business-minded perspective could help solve major social problems like global hunger and homelessness.
Location: New Haven, Connecticut
Motto: A New Order of the Ages; Educating Leaders for Business and Society
Affiliation: Yale University
Annual Enrollment: 334
Median GMAT: 730