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Brexit, and Trump pushes students to Australia, and Canada

A handfull of polls has found that European students put off by Brexit are likely to opt for other English-speaking destinations. The Germany-based  Inner City Education Foundation (ICEF) Monitor has quoted three studies within the last month suggesting that uncertainty about visas, work permits and funding grants in Britain may put off students from the Read more

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American Dream Moves North to Canada

From its inception, Americans have always imagined their country to be the spotlight of opportunity for the world. Thomas Jefferson ignited the flame when he wrote in the Declaration of Independence that all men have the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”. This thought that everyone deserves a chance, and will most likely find it Read more

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What is the Cost of Studying in the US?

While the US remains the world’s most popular destination for foreign students, it’s also among the most expensive choices. But while the headline costs of studying in the US may be daunting, often involving a string of five-digit numbers, it’s worth checking all the facts on fees and funding options before you make up your mind. According Read more

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If Trump carries out his threats to increase restrictions on immigration to the United State, It may affect international Student wishing to study in USA

American universities look to international students for diversity, talent, and perhaps most importantly, to fill their coffers. Over one million international students attended American colleges and universities in the 2015-2016 school year—accounting for more than 5% of all higher education students in the US. Nearly 330,000 of these students are Chinese. In just the last Read more

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The List Of Our Colleges

The List Of Our Universities

Average fees at US universities, 2016-17
Public two-year colleges
Public four-year colleges (in-state fees)
Public four-year colleges (out-of-state fees)
Private non-profit four-year colleges
Tuition and other fees
$3,520

$9,650

$24,930

$33,480

Room and board

$8,060

$10,440

$10,440

$11,890

Total (per year)

$11,580

$20,090

$35,370

$45,370

Source: College Board

When transport and other living expenses are factored in, College Board estimates the following annual budgets for undergraduate students in 2016/17:

  • $17,000 (community college)
  • $24,610 (in-state students at a four-year public college)
  • $39,890 (out-of-state students at a four-year public college)
  • $49,320 (private non-profit four-year college)

While these averages provide a helpful overview of the broad range of study costs in the US, it’s worth remembering that there remains significant variation in tuition fees charged by each type of institution. At the most prestigious public universities, for instance, fees may be just as high as those in the private sector. For instance, the University of Michigan (one of the highest-ranked public US universities in the QS World University Rankings®) estimates fees for new out-of-state students in 2016/17 at $45,410, plus $10,872 for room and board, $1,048 for books and study supplies and $2,454 for personal and miscellaneous items. This adds up to a total budget of $59,784, or $65,462 for graduate students.