Tuesday, January 31, 2023

10 Most Expensive Universities in the USA

Only Non-Profit Public And Private Schools That Primarily Offer Undergraduate Degrees And Have At Least 1,000 Students Are Considered For The List.

Only non-profit public and private schools that primarily offer undergraduate degrees and have at least 1,000 students are considered for the list.

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Attending a university in the United States can be one of the biggest expenses a person can make. According to a report by the Education Data Initiative, The average cost of attending a private four-year institution, including tuition and fees, has risen 124.2% over the past 20 years.,

Next, we share with you which are the 10 most expensive universities in the country at present:

1. Ringling College of Art and Design (Sarasota, Florida)

,Average price per year: $51,318 dollars
Most popular study area: Visual and Performing Arts

2. New York University (New York, New York)

-Average price per year: $50,991 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Visual and Performing Arts

3. Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, California)

Average price per year: $50,420 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Visual and Performing Arts

4. School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)

-Average price per year: $50,214 dollars
Most popular study area: Visual and Performing Arts

5. Emerson College (Boston, Massachusetts)

-Average price per year: $48,842 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Visual and Performing Arts

6. Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, California)

Average price per year: $48,469 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services

7. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, Massachusetts)

-Average price per year: $48,230 dollars
Most popular field of study: Engineering

8. Berklee College of Music (Boston, Massachusetts)

-Average price per year: $48,055 dollars
Most popular study area: Visual and Performing Arts

9. Pratt Institute-Maine (Brooklyn, Nueva York)

-Average price per year: $46,486 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Visual and Performing Arts

10. Baylor University (Waco, Texas)

-Average price per year: $46,039 dollars
Most Popular Area of ​​Study: Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services

To determine the 10 most expensive colleges in the United States, the 24/7 Wall Street portal reviewed average annual net worth data from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics.

Colleges and universities ranked based on average annual net worth, which includes annual cost of tuition, books, room, and board,

Only nonprofit public and private schools that primarily offer bachelor’s degrees and have at least 1,000 graduate students enrolled in the fall of 2021 were considered.

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