Uni in the UK is like £10.000 per year, so at most the minimum amount you would have to pay is 30k. Idk why is it so expensive to study in the US.
You think teachers work for free?
Eww, us problems
It's not even glossy
It's like booking a flight and saying that you paid only to have your name on the ticket.
After a few years I realized that you don't go to college to learn stuff. You are in college for the public relationships you can make, so go to parties, hang out with your friends and make new friends, even be friend of your teachers. Don't have the best grades but be consistent and finish your career. Those relationships you create will help you get a job once you are out. Good grades won't get you very far, but public relationships will.
In US it depends on private vs public. I went to private which was about 40k a year. I had grants and scholarship so I ended up about 15k a year. Public is cheaper, closer to around 10k a year
Part of the reason why it’s so expensive is you’re paying for all the programs and gear you aren’t going to use. Being in a environment that will cost you a house will have rich and well connected people that could sling shot your future career in a position you desire. Also, top notch education and insane schedule. Is it worth it? I don’t know.
If u enter universities to get just your 'degree' or whatever...youre mistaken Youre meant to be active, join activities, events, do sports, join rotc etc. That way you learn soft skills, 1st class certificates and a bunch of other useful stuff (which btw will help you get a job)
Is this some American joke I’m too European to understand?