The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies today looks to provide national and international leadership in environmental education, management, and policy in response to the urgent and increasingly complex challenges of the new century.

Let Us Link You To The World's Future Environmental Leaders...

Students during an EDF visit
Photo: Danielle Lehle
Students visit over 24 employers over two days every year in Washington, DC as part of our FESinDC program
Our students are uniquely prepared to face complex environmental challenges in all sectors through our range of degrees and concentrations suited to corporate, government, educational, non-profit and NGO career tracks.

Work with us to meet students through on-campus recruiting, major targeted career fairs, our on-line posting system, annual resume book and through Student Interest Groups.

2018 Incoming Student Profile

  • Number of US states – 30
  • Number of countries – 25
  • Female/Male ratio – 59%F / 41%M
  • Average GPA – 3.6
  • Average work experience 2-4 years
  • International student population – 24%
  • US minority population – 20%
  • Average age – 27
  • Average GRE scores – Verbal 161, Quantitative 157, Writing 4.5
  • Average GMAT scores – Verbal 44, Quantitative 46, Total Score 729, Writing 5.8
  • Average LSAT score - 162
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