A Look at 12 of the Worlds Most Expensive Colleges


1. Harvey Mudd College, California United States of America

source: colleges.startclass.com

The United States tops the list with the Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. The cost to attend this renowned private college will reach an estimated $324,681 for a four year degree, or over $60,000 per term as costs rise in the second half of 2017 and into the future.

Parents can expect to pay a tuition of $52,383 for the 2017 winter term. On top of tuition, add $9,202 for a double room; $7,842 for the meal plan with 16 meals; $800 for books and other class materials; and, $1,683 for the student body fee and other living expenses. A student’s first term will cost around $71,910.

Only 13% of the applicants were accepted into Harvey Mudd College last year, which put the total number of students at just over 800. This award winning liberal arts college may cost more than most people’s dream home, but graduates enter the workforce knowing Harvey Mudd College did its best to arm them with the Excalibur of educations.