TUITION FEES FOR INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN NEW JERSEY
In this state, international students will pay tuition fees to go to university or college. Tuition fees vary by type of credential, with 4-year bachelor's degrees costing more than 2-year diplomas and certificates. As well, there may also be variations in tuition costs depending upon the program chosen (e.g., business versus engineering versus sciences).
Public universities and colleges will have one fee for in-state and, possibly, all US students, and another for international students. In all but a few cases, international students have to pay the full cost of their studies at universities and colleges in the state. Private universities and colleges will generally, but not in all cases, have just one tuition fee for all students, whether they are in-state, out-of-state or international students.
See the table below for more information on specific tuition fees for study in this state's 4-year and 2-year universities and colleges.
Tuition Fees For International Undergraduate Students in New Jersey:
Universities and Colleges in New Jersey sorted by lowest out-of-state average tuition for full-time undergraduate students.
Out-of-state Average Tuition for Full-time Undergraduate Students
Out-of-state Required Fees for Full-time Undergraduate Students
Thomas Edison State College
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
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