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Cost

How much should you budget for your overseas education? With our decades of study abroad advisory experience, we can provide you with a reference of standard tuition fees and living costs for the UK, US, Australia, Ireland or Canada.

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US Tuition Fees

How much should I budget to study in the United States? The tuition fees of American universities also differ between private and public universities. In addition, the standard of living at different schools and students’ personal spending habits  also affect the cost of studying in the United States. The following is a reference for students and parents showing the general expenses involved in studying in the US. 

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Private university
Private university
Private university
Public university 
Public university 
Public university 

Undergraduate tuition fees

$25,000-45,000 per year
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$10,000-20,000 per year
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Department

Law, Medicine, Business and Engineering
Social Sciences
Liberal Arts
Law, Medicine, Business and Engineering
Social Sciences
Liberal Arts

Graduate tuition fees

$22,000-29,000 per year
$18,000-25,000per year
$17,000-24,000 per year
$13,000-20,000 per year
$11,000-17,000 per year
$9,000-14,000 per year

Type of City

Large cities
Medium-sized cities
Southern, Midwest, and Southeastern United States
Other areas

Typical cities

San Francisco, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Boston, Miami, Hawaii, Chicago, Washington DC
Pittsburgh, Seattle, Ladas, Atlanta, Austin, Detroit
Texas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Utah, Colorado, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina
Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana, South Carolina

Living expenses

$1,000-2,000 per month
$800-1,000 per month
$600-800 per month
$450-600 per month

The cost of studying in USA depends on the program and location you choose. Make a free appointment with our expert advisor. Let us help you plan your study abroad by considering your background and needs.