Quality educations aren’t all about just the brilliant knowledge that’s imparted by over-qualified teachers anymore. These days good education means hefty fees and the usage of this cash by institutions to provide their students with the best possible infrastructure and facilities. So the fact remains that it’s not necessary that prestigious institutions have the brightest student ratio, rather they can flaunt of students from well-to-do families. It has always been the pleasure of the rich to enjoy the best and with colleges providing the facilities that Harvard and Yale do, you don’t need to look any farther to spoil your kid anymore.
A academic year at Harvard costs $36,173 (all fees inclusive) and while Columbia University charges students $39,326 a year.