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Want to study abroad?  See how much the top 5 universities in America cost

Want to study abroad? See how much the top 5 universities in America cost

Late last year, US News & World Report released its ranking of America’s best colleges for the 2022-2023 academic year. Find out which are the top 5 and how much it costs to study at these institutions. (01/07)

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Founded in 1746, the private company ranked No. 1. A year of study there, including fees but excluding room and board, costs US$57,410 (R$287,000 at the current exchange rate of R$4.99 to the dollar). (02/07)

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Founded in 1861, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is ranked #2 in the nation. Annual tuition at a private institution, including fees, is US$57,986 (almost R$290,000 at current prices). (07/03)

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Founded in 1636, the college is ranked 3rd along with two other institutions. To study at Harvard costs $57,261 per year including fees. That is about R$ 286 thousand at the current exchange rate. (04/07)

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Also ranked 3rd among the top national colleges, the private institution was established in 1885. Stanford University costs US$ 56,169 (R$ 280 thousand at current prices) per year. (05/07)

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Yale University, founded in 1701, is ranked 3rd, the most expensive of the top five in the United States. To study there, university students have to pay US$62,250 per year including fees. (BRL 311,000 at current quotes). (06/07)

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