Warwick was 58th in the world last year (I know they're league tables, blah blah, but I couldn't think of a better way to compare between countries.) Wisconsin-Madison was 61st. A year's tuition there this year is $24k if you're not from Wisconsin or Minnesota or at cheapest ~$9,000 if you are from Wisconsin.
(Original post by SaumitraB)
For comparable schools, tuition and total cost of living is definitely cheaper in the United States! I've experienced it first hand ... :P
That's.. £5,800 at today's exchange rate. More than £2,000 above our tuition fees.
Not to mention you pay the same price at all unis here, to go somewhere like Harvard, you'll pay something like $30k a year just for tuition. Arguably Harvard will get you a similar standard of education to Oxbridge, yet that's far more expensive.
Last edited by mituozo; 22-08-2010 at 20:21.