Tuition fees of the top U.S. Universities, ranked by recruiters by quality of graduates in 2010
(in U.S. dollars)
Tuition fees of top U.S. Universities, ranked by recruiters 2010
This statistic shows the overall results of a survey asking recruiters to list the best universities in the United States with regards to the quality of the graduates in 2010. In-state and out-of-state tuition fees are also shown for each university. The university rated first by recruiters in 2010 was Pennsylvania State University which has an out-of-state tuition fee of 27,114 U.S. dollars.
Tuition fees of the top U.S. Universities, ranked by recruiters by quality of graduates in 2010
(in U.S. dollars)
Instate Tuition feeOut-of-State Tuition fee
(10) Carnegie Mellon University42,13642,136
(14) Cornell University39,45039,450
(6) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor11,83736,001
(15) University of California - Berkeley12,46235,341
(19) University of Virginia10,83633,782
(17) University of California, Los Angeles10,78133,660
(3) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign18,38632,528
(4) Purdue University10,40827,960
(9) University of Florida5,04527,322
(1) Pennsylvania State University15,25027,114
(7) Georgia Institute of Technology8,71626,926
(8) University of Maryland, College Park8,41524,830
(16) University of Wisconsin, Madison9,05024,300
(13) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University9,45823,217
(2) Texas A&M University8,38722,817
(12) Ohio State University8,70622,278
(5) Arizona State University8,13220,296
(19) North Carolina State University, Raleigh5,82918,314
(18) Texas Tech8,26017,560
(11) Brigham Young University*4,4208,840
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Source

Release date

September 2010

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010

Number of respondents

479 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Recruiters

Supplementary notes

*Brigham fees divided by latter day saints and not latter day saints.
479 recruiters from 30 different industries were surveyed. Recruiters were given a list of 100 Universities to rate and also had the option to add colleges that were not on the original list.

Tuition fees of top U.S. Universities, ranked by recruiters 2010
This statistic shows the overall results of a survey asking recruiters to list the best universities in the United States with regards to the quality of the graduates in 2010. In-state and out-of-state tuition fees are also shown for each university. The university rated first by recruiters in 2010 was Pennsylvania State University which has an out-of-state tuition fee of 27,114 U.S. dollars.
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