College tuition prices: The real cost of education

College tuition prices: The real cost of education

By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, Aug 16, 2018 08:30:06By Simon Hadek, created Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018 19:43:51The average annual tuition fee in the US is now $35,600.

That means for a first-time student, a $30,000 bill would leave them well-brought up and ready to start their first year at university.

But that’s not all: the average US university costs around $50,000, a lot more than the average $20,000 in Australia.

That makes it a far more expensive option for students who want to go on to study in Australia, say those looking to get into a higher education.

The US and Australia have both introduced tuition fees that range from $8,000 to $22,000.

However, many students still go for cheaper options like Australian universities.

Here are the top 5 cheapest US and Australian universities for students in 2019:1.

California State University (CSU)University of California (UC)California State University has a large international student population, and the average student fees at CSU are around $21,000 for a three-year degree.

The average tuition fee at CSUS is just $25,000 per year.2.

University of California Hastings College of the Law (HSCL)Hastings College of Law has the highest tuition fee per student in the United States.

The cost of a degree at Hastings is $26,800 per year, or just over $22k for an undergraduate.3.

University at Buffalo, University of New Hampshire (UNH)The average cost of an undergraduate degree in the University at New Hampshire is around $26.5k, or $27,000 a year.

The cost of tuition at UNH is around the same as at CSUN, with a $14,000 average tuition, but students pay an additional $10,000 each year.4.

University College Dublin (UCD)The cost per year of tuition for an associate degree at the University of Dublin is around €16,000 ($19,500), a little over half the cost in Australia and almost double the cost of Australian universities (€11,000).5.

University in Oslo (UNO)The annual cost of one year of study at the International University of Oslo (IUO) is around about $17,500.

The average tuition fees at IUO are just $16,500, or a little less than half the $18,000 tuition fees paid by Australian universities.(AP Photo: Kevin Lamarque)This article originally appeared on Business Insider.

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