How much does a top university, like Harvard, cost without a scholarship?

Updated on June 22, 2017 in Other
6 on June 22, 2017

On Harvard website it says that the tuition fee is $43,000.
Is it per year or for all 4 years?

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0 on June 22, 2017

In fact, Harvard is supposed to cover the financial need for the students.
That is why the students there either have extraordinary abilities, whom university gives scholarships or those who don’t need financial support from a university.

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0 on June 22, 2017

It says that the estimated fee this year is $45K for the year of tuition, $15K for housing and board and something like $4K for books and personal needs.

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0 on June 22, 2017

Of course, it’s per year, and it doesn’t include loads of things, like books, housing and so on.

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0 on June 22, 2017

That’s price per year. Although, most students do receive financial aid, and those who have scholarships on average pay around $11,000.

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0 on June 22, 2017

43,000 is a fee per year, apart from that there’re cost for dormitory, board, books and personal expenses.

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0 on June 22, 2017

According to https://college.harvard.edu/financial-aid/net-price-calculator it is price per year, plus there will be additional costs.

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