The World's Most Expensive University

This might be not new to some but for me its really something new for me and to some. And I kinda wondered also why those schools I think to be the most expensive is not even in the list, giving the reputation of the university and the alumni of these schools also can't be put in to one's pocket considering how big they are. Although this criteria may not be the major at stake but for some basis also it could be.

This may surprise you: The world’s most expensive universities are not those institutions in the Ivy League schools of America’s elite like Harvard or Princeton nor ancient universities like Cambridge or Oxford in the United Kingdom. I got this from Forbes' website according to The Chronicle of Higher Education, the most expensive four-year university in the U.S. (and most likely the world) is Washington, D.C.’s George Washington University, with a price tag of $39,240 in 2007-2008.

George Washington University

Washington, D.C.,USA
Current annual tuition and fees: $39,240
It’s the most expensive four-year university in the United States--and most likely the world. Located just blocks from the White House and State Department according to Forbes website
it’s also about $3,300 more per year than cross-town rival Georgetown University, the next priciest school in Washington. Officials point out also that the school offers more need-based financial aid than any other university in the country. So maybe the school provide student loans, I was a loan specialist before for student loans this loan is called the Perkins loan usually with 5% interest rate the good thing because its fixed. Its more or like study now pay later scheme.

On top of this for me its not more about the school but with the student. Although school does matter but, what's the point of enrolling in an expensive school if its just for the sake of enrolling but not with the right intention no point at all just a waste. It should be the right intention plus great school that will create a creamiest cream of the top.