Monday, November 5, 2012

The Yanks are coming

To a university near you...if you happen to live in Canada or the UK. Outsourcing of the Nerds?
Annual tuition costs for international students in Canada ranged from about $14,000 to $26,000 last year, according to the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.
The average tuition [alone] last year at an American public university was nearly $21,000 for out-of-state students and almost $28,000 at a private four-year school, according to the College Board. 
University of British Columbia, Alberta, and McGill (Montreal) in Canada are popular, and comparatively cheap by American standards.  In the UK, even better;
In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, undergraduate degrees are finished in three years. Tuition for international undergraduates varies from about $11,000 to $40,000 per year. Many universities administer U.S. federal loans to eligible students, and American students are able to work in the U.K. while studying and during vacations.
With American taxpayer support!  Barack Obama forgot to complain about that subsidy in his stump speeches, we'll bet.

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