10 Most Expensive College Degrees In The World

Top 10 Most Expensive
College Degrees in the World Welcome to Alux.com the place
future billionaires come to get inspired! Hello Aluxers and welcome back
to another Alux.com original video! We all know that college is expensive
and although a proper education no longer guarantees success in life,
a prestigious degree still can provide some leverage towards a successful career.
But not all colleges were created equal and there are some reserved only for the richest. We’re about to take a look at the
top 10 most expensive college degrees in the world. Let’s begin: Number 10:
Wesleyan University, Degree in Film Studies Costs: $218.370 Located in Middletown, Connecticut, Wesleyan University
was founded in 1831 by the Methodist church. The university encourages students to perform
humanitarian and volunteer services, and it seems like it’s working, because some of its
graduates have gone on to become philanthropists. If you want to study movie production, film making,
and all the details of producing a film make sure you have your wallet ready,
because if you want to become the next Steven Spielberg, Wesleyan University’s Film Studies degree will cost you
$218.370. The thing is.. Spielberg dropped out of
California State University to pursue his dream, so you might want to meditate a little bit on that
before pulling out your daddy’s credit card. Number 9:
Bucknell University, Degree in Biochemistry Costs: $219.330 Founded in 1846 in Pennsylvania, the university is
a private liberal arts university which offers more courses than a typical
liberal arts school. At Bucknel you can choose from over 50 majors
and over 60 minors, the university having the highest rate of
graduating student athletes in the country. To get a Biochemistry degree at Bucknell will
set you back almost $220K, but it’s one of the best biochemistry
programs in the United States. Biochemists are among the highest paid professionals
in the science and research sector. Plus, BioTech is one of the
fastest growing technology verticals so getting a biochemistry degree might not
be as bad as you think. Number 8:
Connecticut College, Degree in Music and Technology Costs: $219.950 Founded in 1991, the private liberal arts college
was for women only, until 1969, when it became a coeducational institution. Even though Connecticut College is well known
for its economic programs, the Music and Technology ones are
the most expensive, costing $219.950. The school only accepts one third
of all student applicants. You might have heard of some people
who graduated there, such as: Vance Gilbert and Chris Harford
(the College of Music) and Estelle Parsons
(College of Film, Theater, and Dance). Could that be the reason for the high prices? The college’s mission is to: “educate students to put the liberal arts
into action as citizens in a global society” If you have over $200K to spend on a Music Degree
you should reevaluate your expectations. Number 7:
Vassar College, Degree in Media Studies Costs: $223.525 The college is located in New York and has a 1000 acre campus,
and just as many of the colleges on our list, it was a school for women only. Vassar is know to be one
of the top schools in America, being in the first 25. The liberal arts school is pretty selective,
and accepts only 23% of the applicants each year. But if you want to get your Media degree it will cost you no less than $223.525.
Among its prized alums are; Geraldine Laybourne
(Nickelodeon and Oxygen Media), Jonathan Littman
(Jerry Bruckheimer Television) and Lloyd Braun (ABC Network).
Or you could hit it big on social media and get the ABC job by the sheer amount
of followers you have on instagram. Number 6:
Bard College, Music Degree Costs: $271.375 Founded by the Episcopalian Church in 1860,
Bard was originally called St. Stephen’s College. The college is known to be one of the most liberal
in the United States. If you want to apply at Bard, you need to know that
it has some quite expensive degrees, and an acceptance rate of 35%. Bard College offers over 20 graduate degrees
in the arts and sciences, and a Music degree will cost you $271,375.
Some of the music program’s alums include Walter Becker
(musician and cofounder of Steely Dan), and Zeena Parkins
(avantgarde harpist). Number 5:
St. John’s College, Master of Liberal Arts Costs: $308.392 Founded in 1696, St. John’s College is a private,
liberal arts, small school, with a professor to student ratio of 1:7. If you decide you to follow the Master of Liberal Arts
programme, it will cost you $308.392. The college also has a campus in Santa Fe, Mexico.
Among its notable graduates are U.S. Representative
John Leeds Kerr, and Joshua J. Cohen,
Mayor of Annapolis, Maryland. You’ve probably never heard of them before,
because neither did we until we researched for this video. Number 4:
Trinity College, Public Policy and Law Degree Costs: $308.490 The private liberal arts college
was founded in 1823, and it’s the second oldest college in Connecticut,
after Yale University. Trinity became coeducational in 1969
(and this time, only men were allowed at first) they offer 38 majors and 26 minors,
with a student to faculty ratio of 10:1. The college enrols 2300 students,
accepting approximately one third of the applicants. If you want to get a Public Policy and Law degree
be prepared to pay $308.490. One of the perks of attending this college is
that you have the opportunity to study abroad, at its Rome campus. For the same amount of money,
you could buy a 3 Bedroom apartment in Rome and live there on a permanent basis,
just sayin’. Number 3:
Columbia University, MBA Costs: $317.030 Based in the neighbourhood of Manhattan,
New York, the Columbia University is an American private Ivy League research university,
founded in 1754. With a well recognized graduate team,
the university’s Master of Business Administration programme costs $317.030.
But hey, it’s an Ivy League university, right? Columbia University is the oldest institution
of higher learning in New York, the fifth oldest in the United States,
and one of the country’s nine Colonial Colleges founded before the American Revolution. Three of America’s presidents attended the university, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt
and Barack Obama and so did fictional character Blair Waldorf! Number 2:
Vanderbilt University, Law Degree Costs: $375.620 The runner up on our list of the most expensive degrees
is the Law program, at the Vanderbilt University. The Vanderbilt is a private research university
located in Nasville, Tennessee, you know, the state that gave us Miley Cyrus. The university was founded in 1873
by the South Methodist Episcopal Church. Vanderbilt is one of the largest employers in Tennessee
and only 12% of the applicants are accepted each year. Some of Vanderbilt University’s graduates are famous,
familiar faces, such as: former U.S. Senator and actor
Fred Thompson, Constitutional law scholar
Marci Hamilton, and Cornelia Clark,
judge on the Tennessee Supreme Court. Number 1:
Sarah Lawrence College, History and Law Degree Costs: $402.962 The most expensive college degree of them all
is at Sarah Lawrence College. This impressive college was founded in 1926 and
was an allwomen college until it became a coeducational institution in 1968. The founder named the college after his wife. Based in New York, Sarah Lawrence College offers
the world’s most expensive college degree, a graduate degree program, in History and Law,
which costs no less than $402.962. In order to get in,
you have to either be incredibly rich, OOOOR be one of the 65% of the students
that get to finish their studies through financial aid. With tuitions and student loans at their highest do you think getting a college degree
is still worth it these days?! or do you believe you could be better off starting a
business or joining an existing company and working your way up?! Let us know what you think in the comments! Thank you for spending
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100 thoughts on “10 Most Expensive College Degrees In The World”

  1. expensive can't show the quality of the university, the best university all over the world is MIT, it is not too expensive.

  2. It's really weird because here in my country the most expensive university is around 1,000$ to 3000$ and they're not the only one who provides quality education. The tuition of the most popular and most prestigious university here is lesser than the price of an Iphone X

  3. all of these degrees are stupid and jobless degrees, way to go if you want to waste your money for nothing

  4. i always found the voice over to be very boring, they sound like they are seducing you to bed, instead of giving information, also, they talk so freaking slow that i need to speed it up by 2X every time

  5. I graduated from College of Creative Studies and student ration is 1 to 5 and cost over 200.000 dollars, and yes i don't make enough money

  6. Did Columbia mit Harvard Yale Stanford all got shellack for phony business three stupid president came out of Columbia University it's time for diy ur education it be better off by buying a textbook and fo ur own study like I did

  7. And here in India, I'm about to complete my medical school ( from one of the top colleges ) for just $72 for 5 years, which includes accomodation and Wifi and electricity bill. Then I shall move to US, I think.🤣

  8. They say knowledge is the key but how u get it depends on u I'd pull a Steven Spielberg stunt but different got same result but not money

  9. LOL .. University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, nursing degree … Costed me under 6000$. LOL thank you Canada i owe you my education

  10. Why haven't they mentioned medical degrees ….it takes nearly a decade tonwaive off student loans especially for Neurosurgery, spine surgery

  11. "🤓 dhe coLLEge hasth a campis in sanna fay mecksico" 🙄
    The narrator sucks, and its Santa Fe, New Mexico. Carry on…

  12. for every foreigner watching this video. cost of college really varies region to region. also universities provide lots of financial aide to middle income and poor people to cover costs. state colleges are quite affordable

  13. Hello, Hello! The derivative of all college degrees is as long as any persons progress and enliven individual's life with a brain, a pencil, books on a desk in front. Finally, the path of one's future is processed. Good luck.

  14. The best country in the world to study for a degree that has a big expectancy standard of study throughout it is Scotland universitys. I think it is worth going for a degree to get higher paid jobs however you do need to still start at the bottom and work your way up with experience but a degree will only just land more jobs because that's what the jobs expectancy standard is. Your way of thinking at the end of a degree when graduating from universitys in Scotland will be different from just gaining experience.

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  16. If you spend $400k on a history degree, you’ll be on Dave Ramsey’s show in 5 years asking what went wrong.

  17. Forgot to mention the liberal arts private colleges on the west coast. Starting at whopping $ 70,000 per academic year as an undergraduate. 4yrs x 70,000= 280,000 plus (room & board not included). If you can do it in 4yrs. Better off learning a trade. Get paid while learning the skill. After 5yrs, you're a journeyman with no school debt. Then you can work for someone, be self-employed, or both.

  18. Where it showed Bard College it cut to a picture of a textbook. I use that same music textbook at my college, Mercyhurst U. Go Hurst!

  19. Mxm..Physical Sciences,Pure Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Statistics etc degrees should have been the top in the list,this is just lame😟

  20. so Lori Laughlin paid more to bribe her daughters entrances into USC then it actually cost to get the degree. man people can be gullible.

  21. At first i thought i am the only who find the voice Very anoying but most of the comment are flooded with

  22. These are majors and colleges that cater to the rich whom don't really need to work in real world. 😶

  23. WHAT AMAZES ME IS THAT most people who succeeded in those fields without those dumb majors!! Now, I feel sorry for those may take out loan to pursue those dead end degrees. Let  me shake my head for this!!!

  24. I think going to college is overrated & instead of 4 years of classes, 4 years of on the job training is a better idea! Than the person isn’t in debt & is actually making good money while learning more than they would’ve sitting in class! This only applies for certain careers though! Doctors, lawyers, etc need to go to college first than do some on the job training!

  25. College in the US is such a big scam nowadays. You spend $200k and you will likely get a job that pays $35k.
    Good luck being a slave of student loans forever.

  26. The biggest scam in this world is student loans. You'll pay them forever, you don't have a recourse if can't find suitable employment, and they will chase you until you die.

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