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US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking

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Cost of Attendance (COA)

The following table compares the 2021 costs of attendance between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking. For state residents, the average COA is $32,454 when living on campus and $31,870 when living off campus. For out-of-state students, the average COA is $67,919 when living on campus and $67,335 when living off campus. The COA includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board costs, and other living expenses.
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2021 Cost Of Attendance Comparison Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankNameTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
3Stanford University$56,169 $1,290 $20,759 -
4Massachusetts Institute of Technology$53,450 $830 $18,182 $10,182
5California Institute of Technology$56,862 $1,428 $19,428 $21,219
6Harvard University$54,002 $900 $20,989 -
7Princeton University$48,502 $1,050 $18,492 -
8Yale University$57,700 $1,000 $20,670 -
10University of Chicago$60,552 $1,800 $19,179 -
12Johns Hopkins University$54,160 $1,260 $12,247 $13,972
12University of Pennsylvania$60,042 $1,358 $19,710 $17,428
15University of California-Berkeley$14,312$44,066 $1,091 $26,125 $21,512
16Columbia University in the City of New York$61,671 $1,318 $14,614 $23,715
17University of California-Los Angeles$13,249$43,003 $1,314 $22,224 $20,525
18Duke University$57,633 $1,434 $18,002 -
19Cornell University$59,282 $990 $18,720 $18,360
20University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$15,948$52,266 $1,048 $14,488 $14,488
24Carnegie Mellon University$58,810 $1,000 $16,950 $16,140
25Northwestern University$58,701 $1,662 $20,920 $20,920
27New York University$54,880 $718 $22,034 $22,034
28University of Washington-Seattle Campus$11,745$39,114 $900 $16,674 $16,674
30University of California-San Diego$14,648$44,402 $1,124 $19,539 $18,649
34Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$12,852$33,964 $800 $16,150 $19,046
39The University of Texas at Austin$11,448$40,032 $714 $16,766 $16,766
43University of Wisconsin-Madison$10,742$38,630 $1,150 $15,266 $15,266
50University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$15,150$32,600 $1,200 $14,752 -
52University of California-Santa Barbara$14,406$44,160 $1,259 $21,284 $19,104
53Brown University$60,696 $1,642 $18,110 -
54Washington University in St Louis$57,386 $1,144 $21,056 $21,056
56University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$8,980$36,159 $990 $14,576 $14,576
59University of California-Davis$14,597$44,351 $1,178 $21,876 $16,123
64Purdue University-Main Campus$9,992$28,794 $1,000 $11,790 $12,280
66University of Southern California$60,275 $1,200 $18,676 $18,676
71University of Minnesota-Twin Cities$15,027$33,325 $1,000 $12,800 $12,800
71Ohio State University-Main Campus$11,518$33,502 $1,082 $16,064 $14,714
74Boston University$58,072 $1,000 $18,590 $18,590
81Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus$18,450$35,514 $1,840 $16,672 $16,672
82University of Maryland-College Park$10,779$36,891 $1,250 $15,778 $18,636
84Emory University$53,868 $1,224 $17,792 $17,792
86Rice University$51,107 $1,250 $17,200 $17,200
93Michigan State University$14,460$39,766 $1,154 $13,616 $13,616
96University of California-Irvine$13,753$43,507 $1,361 $20,927 $19,150
99Dartmouth College$60,117 $1,005 $19,062 -
Average$13,266$48,731$1,170$18,018$17,434
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Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

The following table compares 2020-2021 undergraduate tuition & fees between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking. The average undergraduate tuition & fees is $12,978 for in-state students and $49,062 for out-of-state students. The 2020-2021 undergraduate tuition & fees of US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking are increased by 1.51% compared to the previous year.
Among the US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking, University of Southern California requires the most expensive tuition & fees of $59,260 and Purdue University-Main Campus has the lowest tuition & fees of $28,010 for undergraduate programs.
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Undergraduate Tuition & Fess Comparison Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankName2019-20202020-2021
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
3Stanford University$53,529$56,169
4Massachusetts Institute of Technology$53,790$53,450
5California Institute of Technology$54,600$56,862
6Harvard University$51,925$54,002
7Princeton University$52,800$48,502
8Yale University$55,500$57,700
10University of Chicago$59,298$60,552
12Johns Hopkins University$55,350$54,160
12University of Pennsylvania$57,770$60,042
15University of California-Berkeley$14,253$44,007$14,312$44,066
16Columbia University in the City of New York$60,578$61,671
17University of California-Los Angeles$13,240$42,994$13,249$43,003
18Duke University$57,931$57,633
19Cornell University$57,222$59,282
20University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$16,540$52,997$15,948$52,266
24Carnegie Mellon University$57,119$58,810
25Northwestern University$56,691$58,701
27New York University$53,308$54,880
28University of Washington-Seattle Campus$11,465$38,166$11,745$39,114
30University of California-San Diego$14,415$44,169$14,648$44,402
34Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$12,682$33,794$12,852$33,964
39The University of Texas at Austin$10,824$38,326$11,448$40,032
43University of Wisconsin-Madison$10,725$37,785$10,742$38,630
50University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$17,274$36,213$15,150$32,600
52University of California-Santa Barbara$14,391$44,145$14,406$44,160
53Brown University$58,404$60,696
54Washington University in St Louis$55,292$57,386
56University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$8,980$36,159$8,980$36,159
59University of California-Davis$14,495$44,249$14,597$44,351
64Purdue University-Main Campus$9,992$28,794$9,992$28,794
66University of Southern California$58,133$60,275
71University of Minnesota-Twin Cities$15,027$33,325$15,027$33,325
71Ohio State University-Main Campus$11,084$32,061$11,518$33,502
74Boston University$55,892$58,072
82University of Maryland-College Park$10,779$36,891$10,779$36,891
84Emory University$53,804$53,868
86Rice University$49,112$51,107
93Michigan State University$15,555$40,384$14,460$39,766
96University of California-Irvine$13,727$43,481$13,753$43,507
99Dartmouth College$57,204$60,117
Average$13,080$48,330$12,978$49,062
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Graduate Tuition & Fees

The following table compares 2020-2021 graduate tuition & fees between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking. The average graduate tuition & fees is $14,983 for state residents and $42,312 for out-of-state students. The 2020-2021 graduate tuition & fees of US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking are increased by 1.56% compared to the previous year.
Among the US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking, University of Chicago requires the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $60,300 and The University of Texas at Austin has the lowest graduate tuition & fees of $22,886.
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Graduate Tuition & Fess Comparison Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankName2019-20202020-2021
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
3Stanford University$53,151$55,011
4Massachusetts Institute of Technology$57,059$56,719
5California Institute of Technology$54,537$56,649
6Harvard University$49,214$50,654
7Princeton University$53,770$56,470
8Yale University$43,300$44,500
10University of Chicago$61,548$61,548
12Johns Hopkins University$57,556$59,425
12University of Pennsylvania$40,182$41,760
15University of California-Berkeley$14,187$29,289$14,245$29,347
16Columbia University in the City of New York$49,968$51,194
17University of California-Los Angeles$12,953$28,055$13,029$28,131
18Duke University$56,888$59,140
19Cornell University$30,022$30,042
20University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$24,218$48,532$24,772$49,548
24Carnegie Mellon University$45,909$47,326
25Northwestern University$56,567$56,567
27New York University$35,562$36,892
28University of Washington-Seattle Campus$19,293$33,534$17,394$30,294
30University of California-San Diego$13,455$28,557$13,529$28,631
34Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$16,088$31,164$16,258$31,334
39The University of Texas at Austin$11,998$22,966$12,028$22,886
43University of Wisconsin-Madison$12,180$25,506$12,197$25,523
50University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$18,083$31,490$17,912$30,083
52University of California-Santa Barbara$13,554$28,656$13,568$28,670
53Brown University$58,180$60,363
54Washington University in St Louis$54,750$56,562
56University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$12,522$30,248$12,522$30,248
59University of California-Davis$13,598$28,700$13,598$28,700
64Purdue University-Main Campus$9,992$28,794$9,992$28,794
66University of Southern California$47,107$48,715
71University of Minnesota-Twin Cities$19,221$28,845$19,221$28,845
71Ohio State University-Main Campus$12,425$36,009$12,425$37,141
74Boston University$55,502$57,666
82University of Maryland-College Park$14,793$30,885$14,793$30,885
84Emory University$43,642$44,676
86Rice University$49,403$47,913
93Michigan State University$18,858$37,056$18,858$37,056
96University of California-Irvine$13,349$28,451$13,354$28,456
99Dartmouth College$55,947$58,120
Average$15,043$41,663$14,983$42,312
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Room & Board, Other Living Expenses

The following table compares living costs including room, board, and other expenses between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking. Each cost is in average and may vary by room types, meal plan, and other living styles. For academic year 2020-2021, the average living costs of US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking is $18,052 when a student lives on campus and $17,458 when living off campus.
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Living Costs Comparison Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankNameOn-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther ExpensesOther Expenses (living with family)
3Stanford University $17,255$3,504 ---
4Massachusetts Institute of Technology $16,000$2,182 $8,000$2,182-
5California Institute of Technology $17,337$2,091 $16,578$4,641-
6Harvard University $18,389$2,600 ---
7Princeton University $15,342$3,150 ---
8Yale University $17,200$3,470 ---
10University of Chicago $17,004$2,175 ---
12Johns Hopkins University $11,095$1,152 $12,820$1,152-
12University of Pennsylvania $16,784$2,926 $14,502$2,926-
15University of California-Berkeley $20,530$5,595 $15,638$5,874-
16Columbia University in the City of New York $12,394$2,220 $18,360$5,355-
17University of California-Los Angeles $17,599$4,625 $15,241$5,284-
18Duke University $16,026$1,976 ---
19Cornell University $15,756$2,964 $15,396$2,964-
20University of Michigan-Ann Arbor $12,034$2,454 $12,034$2,454-
24Carnegie Mellon University $15,550$1,400 $14,740$1,400-
25Northwestern University $17,616$3,304 $17,616$3,304-
27New York University $19,244$2,790 $19,244$2,790-
28University of Washington-Seattle Campus $13,887$2,787 $13,887$2,787-
30University of California-San Diego $15,336$4,203 $13,749$4,900-
34Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $12,090$4,060 $14,986$4,060-
39The University of Texas at Austin $12,286$4,480 $12,286$4,480-
43University of Wisconsin-Madison $12,200$3,066 $12,200$3,066-
50University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign $12,252$2,500 ---
52University of California-Santa Barbara $15,903$5,381 $13,188$5,916-
53Brown University $15,908$2,202 ---
54Washington University in St Louis $17,402$3,654 $17,402$3,654-
56University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $11,740$2,836 $11,740$2,836-
59University of California-Davis $17,238$4,638 $11,050$5,073-
64Purdue University-Main Campus $10,030$1,760 $10,520$1,760-
66University of Southern California $16,398$2,278 $16,398$2,278-
71University of Minnesota-Twin Cities $10,358$2,442 $10,358$2,442-
71Ohio State University-Main Campus $13,066$2,998 $11,700$3,014-
74Boston University $16,640$1,950 $16,640$1,950-
82University of Maryland-College Park $13,256$2,522 $14,434$4,202-
84Emory University $15,242$2,550 $15,242$2,550-
86Rice University $14,500$2,700 $14,500$2,700-
93Michigan State University $10,522$3,094 $10,522$3,094-
96University of California-Irvine $16,677$4,250 $14,034$5,116-
99Dartmouth College $17,022$2,040 ---
Average$15,078 $2,974$14,032 $3,426-
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