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The Cost Of Education Around The World: 10 Best Colleges Worth The Expense [VIDEO]

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An elite university truly helps someone increase his or her success rate. Eventually, the best colleges really affect the students' future earnings as they open doors to the world's top companies. However, people should remember that educational institutions only provide the platform to more possibilities but not every possibility in the world.

Nevertheless, the best colleges often require a higher cost of education compared to the mediocre ones. Per The Statesman, one should choose a school that has a constant environment of learning wherein students will be challenged by some of the best minds and leaders in their chosen industries. Here are the Top 10 choices for the best colleges in 10 countries for foreign students:

Harvard University (USA)

According to Brightside, the cost of education at Harvard University is about $45, 278. Considered as an Ivy League, it was established as early as 1636. Harvard, for the record, has the highest standard when it comes to college entrance exams. This means that the administration selects only the best of the best.

University of Oxford (England)

The tuition fee here is about $27, 753. It is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's second oldest university. It is famous for political science, spies and intelligence services, actors, scientists, poets, and journalists.

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)

To study here, one should prepare $1, 320 only. The Swiss Federal is a school for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It has two campuses located in Lausanne and Zurich.

University of Toronto (Canada)

Per the same source, education here is worth $31,000. The University of Toronto is the birthplace of the influential school of thought on communication and literary criticism, known as the "Toronto School". It offers accounting, archaeology, arts, and astronomy among others.

Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

The tuition fee here is around $23,000. It specializes in programs concerning Engineering and Technology. The school ranks first in northern mainland Europe.

Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

For just $5,000, students can have quality education in Russia. It claims to house the tallest educational building on Earth. The University is also the home of the UNESCO International Demography courses, the International LASER Center, and the Intentional Biotechnology Center.

Sorbonne University (France)

To attend Sorbonne, students must prepare $280 only. Located in the wonderful city of Paris, the school was established since 1970. It is considered as the main successor of the University of Paris, which closed due to student activism in May 1968.

Australian National University (Australia)

It is one of the most popular universities in the world. ANU provides top-of-the-line education and research programs for $27, 000. It recently led the massive search for the mysterious Planet 9 in the solar system.

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany)

The cheapest choice in this list, tuition fees here cost roughly $124. Programs here cover both German and European law. It is included in the county's most renowned schools.

University of Bologna (Italy)

Last but not the least is the University of Bologna. It offers education for around $1,000. It ranked 208th in the last QS World University Rankings and is the world's oldest university.

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