Top 10 Most Expensive Colleges in the World
For common of us, attending college is a schedule of life and we are ready to work hard or sacrifice a lot to have an access to study on a prospective college for 4 years or more. On the following list, we are going to explore top 10 prospected colleges in US that hold a title top 10 most expensive colleges in the world. First, we go to Bates College, Maine
10. Bates College (Lewiston, Maine): $53,300
Bates College has maximum student 1,700 pupils and it offers bachelor of art and Bachelor of Science program. According to Forbes, Bates College is one of the priciest campuses in the world because every year, the college charged 53,000 per student. The biggest portion of the money covers tuition fees and then board and room.
9. Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.): $53,340
Georgetown University is America’s oldest catholic university and it offers 4 undergraduate programs, 3 post graduate programs and professional classes that spread across 180 majors. Yearly cost to get education in the university is $53,340 ($40,378 to cover tuition fees and $12,962 to cover board and room)
8. Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut): $53,380
Trinity private college stands since 1832 and it is known as second oldest university in Connecticut behind Yale University. The college sells liberal art programs and the cost is $53,380 per year ($42,420 to cover tuition fees and the rest to cover board and room)
7. Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, California.): $53,588
Harvey Mudd College is a private liberal art institution college that provide science, engineering and mathematic majors. In Claremont, there is no other college pricier than Harvey Mudd College. Every year, the student here should pay $53,588 tuition fee. The positive news is only 20 % of them who pay all the bills. The rest of the student are sponsored
6. University of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois): $53,604
University of Chicago is standing because the support of John D Rockefeller. Many American knows it is an expensive private research and prestigious college in Illinois, Every year, a student of University of Chicago pay $53,604. The money covers tuition fees ($41,091) and the rest goes to pay room and board
5. Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee): $53,660
Cornelius Vanderbilt donored a million dollar to build the college in 1873 and his name is used to commemorate his kindness. At this time, the college has 4 undergraduates, 6 post graduates and view professional programs .It houses 12,000 student and every year, the college charges $53,660 per student. $40,602 of the money goes to pay tuition fees and the rest go to pay board and room. The good new is around 60% of the pupils are sponsored students.
4. Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut): $53,976
A father of methodism John Wesley founded Wesleyan university in 1831 in Middletown Connecticut. To have education in the college, the rate is $53,976. Students should pay it in advance to cover tuition fees, $42,384, and board/room. Every year, Wesleyan opens Incentive programs for view outstanding pupils
3. Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York): $54,275
Around 1,800 students fill Bard College and every year, each one of them pays $54,275. The money is used to pay tuition fees, $42,465, and room or board. In this college, only 35% of the students of the university who pay the annual fees with their own money
2. Columbia University (New York, New York): $54,385
Columbia University is an expensive college in one of the most expensive cities in the world, New York City. It is known as one of the oldest college in US and it is standing since 1754.Columbia University educate 7,169 pupils and every year, a student in this college should pay $43,815 to cover tuition fees and $10,572 to cover room or board fees
1. Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, New York): $57,556
William van Duzer Lawrence is the founder of Sarah Lawrence College and he named the college after his wife name. The college reside 15 miles north side of Manhattan and it used to be a women’s campus only until 1968. It educates 1,200 students and annual cost to learn in the school is $57,556. $43,556 of the money is used to cover tuition fees and the rest of the money goes to cover room and board. In the most expensive college in the world, only 35% of the student who paid the tuition fees with their own money.