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How much does it cost to go to Harvard University?

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2017-12-02 18:40:47

ANSWER:

This all depends on whether you are currently a resident of that

state and/or country. Also depends on what type of course you are

taking and how long you are taking it and what you taking like law

medical and stuff like that.

ANSWER:

This depends on your financial aid needs. The total cost of

attendance for 2010-11, which includes tuition, health service fee,

student services fee, and room and board is $50,724. This excludes

any personal expenses and travel costs. Students with parents whose

income is less than $60,000 are not expected by Harvard to pay

tuition A parent whose income is between $60,000 and $180,000 is

expected to contribute an average 10% of their income.

As taken from Harvard's website, the yearly estimation is:

Tuition $31,456 Health Services Fee $1,426 Student Services Fee

$2,116 Room $5,856 Board $4,766 Subtotal - billed costs $45,620

Estimated Personal Expenses $2,930 Estimated Travel Costs $0 -

$2,400 Total billed and unbilled costs $48,550 - $50,950

it depends on the classes you take but it's usually around 40,000

dollars.

Google their website and it should give you all the information you

need:)


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