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Cost, quality and prospects: top 10 best universities in America

Admission to the university should not mean the payment of debt for decades. To find higher education institutions that successfully combine the quality and accessibility of education, experts Money studied over 19 parameters, including tuition, debt and career income. Here are the top ten universities according to the publication.

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1. University of California, Irvine, California

Average SAT / ACT score (exams for admission) - 1260/29
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 35 400
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 14
Percentage of students receiving grants - 66%
Average student debt - $ 16
Early career earnings - $ 57

2. Bernard Baruch CUNY College in New York

Average SAT / ACT score - 1270 / NA
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 33 200
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 4900
Percentage of students receiving grants - 55%
Average student debt - $ 10
Early career earnings - $ 57

3. Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey

Average SAT / ACT score - 1500/33
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 69 100
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 17
Percentage of students receiving grants - 58%
Average student debt - $ 7500
Early career earnings - $ 72

4. University of California, Los Angeles, California

Average SAT / ACT score - 1340/32
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 35 400
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 15
Percentage of students receiving grants - 59%
Average student debt - $ 15
Early career earnings - $ 60

5. University of California, Davis, California

Average SAT / ACT score - 1250/29
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 37 300
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 17
Percentage of students receiving grants - 67%
Average student debt - $ 14
Earning at the beginning of a career- $ 59

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6. Stanford University at Stanford, California

Average SAT / ACT score - 1470/34
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 72 200
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 17
Percentage of students receiving grants - 60%
Average student debt - $ 11
Early career earnings - $ 76

7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Average SAT / ACT score - 1530/34
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 70 400
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 23
Percentage of students receiving grants - 68%
Average student debt - $ 17
Early career earnings - $ 83

8. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, MI

Average SAT / ACT score - 1420/32
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 30 800
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 17
Percentage of students receiving grants - 52%
Average student debt - $ 19
Early career earnings - $ 62

9. University of California, San Diego, California

Average SAT / ACT score - 1310/30
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 33 600
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 15
Percentage of students receiving grants - 58%
Average student debt - $ 17
Early career earnings - $ 61

10. University of Virginia at Charlottesville, Virginia

Average SAT / ACT score - 1410/31
Planned tuition fees in 2019-2020 without grants - $ 33 600
The planned cost of training in 2019-2020 with an average grant - $ 17
Percentage of students receiving grants - 42%
Average student debt - $ 19
Early career earnings - $ 62

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