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most expensive universities | top 5

 

 

as everyone of you know, in life, for better services you need to pay more, this is a fact. unlike many of you probably expected, universities like Cambridge, Yale, Harvard or Oxford are into this top, but still they have our respect! & we are thankful for all the bright minds they gave to the world!

following I will present a top 5 most expensive universities in the world based on tuition & room & board.

so let’s get straight into it!

 

5. Wesleyan University – $58,500

Wesleyan University

Wesleyan University

Wesleyan University is known for the excellence of its academic and co-curricular programs. this is a private liberal arts university in Connecticut.

it has an amazing campus overlooking the Connecticut River, the students get to learn to do productive work. the life on campus is very interesting, students can chose the activities they participate. a number of Hollywood’s highest-grossing films have been directed by Wesleyan graduates including Paul Weitz ’88, he is the man who directed American Pie movies & Michael Bay ’86, the director of The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor movies.

 

 

4. Columbia University – $58,742

Columbia University

Columbia University

the Columbia University was founded as King’s College by royal charter of King George II of England in 1754.

is the fifth oldest institution of high learning from United States & the first from New York. the complete name is Columbia University in the City of New York, but simply called Columbia University. one important person who graduated this university is the current president of United States of America, Barack Obama.

 

 

3. Harvey Mudd College – $58,913

Harvey Mudd College

Harvey Mudd College

the Harvey Mudd College is one of the premier engineering, science & mathematics colleges in the United States. this university now offers students a way to address environmental issues from a range of perspectives, without changing their major.

it has be created in 1955 through funds provided for by the family of Harvey Mudd. something you might find interesting about this university is that the average starting salary is between $75,000 and $80,000.

 

 

2. New York University – $59,337

New York University

New York University

this school was established in 1831 as the University of the City of New York & was renamed officially in 1896 asNew York University. it represents one of the most searched schools online by prospective international students.

it also has 10 recipients of the National Medal of Science. it has produced impressive graduates that have won 16 Pulitzer Prizes & 36 Nobel Prizes. an interesting fact about NYU is that they do not have a campus & the students are walking the streets between classes, but some refer about Washington Square Park as their campus.

 

 

1. Sarah Lawrence College – $61,236

Sarah Lawrence College

Sarah Lawrence College

Sarah Lawrence College is a private liberal arts college in Westchester County, Yonkers (New York). it is know for the high standard education marked by a highly individualized course of study. the school has been made in 1926 by William van Duzer Lawrence & named it after his wife’s name, Sarah.

Sarah Lawrence is an active community, where students have far more than just classes in common. karaoke nights, film screenings, sporting events, theatre productions—these kind of events and more bring students together. famous people who graduated this university are Sigourney Weaver,Barbara Walters, J.J. Abrams & Vera Wang (famous designer).

 

 

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