Top 15 Most Expensive Universities in the World

2 November 2016

Enrolling to a prestigious university is probably one of your biggest dreams. Let’s hope you don’t change your mind after finding out the tuition fees of these world’s most expensive universities.

There is no doubt that good education comes with great amount of price nowadays. Has it been turned into business revenue? One could argue. What we know for sure is these most expensive universities charge highest tuition fees in the world.

As we all know, in any aspect of our lives, the better the service means the higher the cost. Thus, some universities balance it up by charging costly fees. It is all about giving their students the best services.

Is it fair or is it ridiculous? We’ll leave that up to you to judge.

Don’t get me wrong, we still think highly of these universities since they are some of the best.  And we are thankful for all the bright minds they gave to the world.

We ranked fifteen of the world’s most expensive universities based in the latest amount of tuition fee. So, let’s start the countdown!

15. Bard College, New York ($50,704)

Top 15 Most Expensive Universities in the World | #15. Bard College, New York ($50,704)
Top 15 Most Expensive Universities in the World | #15. Bard College, New York ($50,704) | source: bard.edu

Bard College is a private liberal art college. It is the first ever with Human Rights major. And since 1860, it has been the home to many bright minds including Howard Koch, Matt Taibbi, and Donald Fagen.

Today, this college accepts 2,200 students for graduate and undergraduate programs. The highest tuition fee is for undergraduate students of all major: $50,704 per student. As for graduate programs, the fees are about $15,000 cheaper.

Some of the most popular majors are Visual and Performing Arts, Social Sciences, English Language and Literature/Letters, Linguistics and Physical Sciences, Foreign Languages, and Literatures.

The college’s campus is located in a hamlet of Duchess County, Annandale-on-Hudson. It is close to the Hudson River of New York, United States of America.

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