Top 5 Most Expensive Universities in the World

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Hey Everyone,  today will be talking about top 5 most expensive universities in the world which provide an awesome education.. So let’s have a look at these expensive universities


Sarah Lawrence College


It is a private liberal arts college college based in Westchester County in Yonkers in the state of New York. William van Duzer Lawrence established the school in 1926 and named it after his wife, Sarah. It is known for its high academic standards marked by a highly individualized course of study and low student-to-faculty ratio. Interactions are modeled after the Oxford/Cambridge system of one-on-one student-faculty tutorials. It emphasizes independent study, especially in the fields of humanities, writing and performing arts. Its students are known for their political involvement and activism.


New York University

This university was establish in 1831 as the University of the City of New York; it officially rename as New York University in 1896.  This one is consider as the most search schools online by prospective international students. The school also sends out students on an exchange program with foreign universities more than any other school in the country. It has produced impressive graduates that have won 36 Nobel Prizes and 16 Pulitzer Prizes. It also has 10 recipients of the National Medal of Science.


Harvey Mudd College

It is a private liberal arts college establish in 1955 through funds provide for by the family and friends of Harvey Mudd. This is the most expensive universities. The school is base in Claremont in California and is part of the contiguous Claremont Colleges. It emphasizes a strong education in the general sciences. Integrate a fair amount of both research and education. Its products are considere to be one of the highest-paid graduates of any college in the country.


Columbia University

It is considered as one of the nine original Colonial Colleges, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state. It was establish in 1754 as the King’s College as a result of a Royal Charter. University was rename as Columbia College in 1784 and got a new charter in 1787. It has 98 Nobel Prize winners and is the administrator of the annual Pulitzer Prize. This university  was the first American school to grant a medical degree. And has produced several notable alumni, including 29 heads of state.


Wesleyan University

It is a private liberal arts college located in Middletown in Connecticut. The school was name after John Wesley. The founder of Methodism, and was establish by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1831. It emphasizes undergraduate instruction in the arts and sciences. It is the second most productive liberal arts college in the country.

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