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How much are tuition fees going up in the United States?

Non-us students currently pay an average of $26,290 to attend a four-year public university in the us, according to the National Center of Education Statistics.

That represents an increase of 2.4% ($620) in inflation-adjusted dollars over the previous year.(buy a degree)
That's a 42% increase from the 2009-10 growth rate a decade ago.
For international students, getting a degree from an American university is more expensive each year.
The chart below shows the trend of an average increase of 4.02% in annual tuition fees for American universities.
Some big schools have seen incredible increases.
Out-of-state tuition at the university of Florida increased at least 15 percent a year from 2009 to 2012.
Now that American universities' own operating expenses are shrinking, the surge in tuition fees is providing a real-life reason why the American media is calling international students the "cash cows" of American universities.
While in-state tuition isn't rising as much, it's not far off the 4.02% increase for out-of-state students.
The College Board's "Trends in College Pricing 2018" report found that, after accounting for inflation, local tuition at U.S. public four-year colleges rose an average of 3.1% a year, just 0.92% less than international students.
For in-state students, U.S. college tuition is up an average of $270 in 2018 from last year, while international students are roughly twice as likely to see their fees increase.
The surge in tuition fees is starting to bite. Gone are the days of the explosive growth of international students in the us.
The number of international freshmen at us universities has fallen for the second year in a row, according to the Education Institute of international Education.
In 2017, only 109,000 international students enrolled for the first time as undergraduate freshmen, down 7,000 (6%) from the previous year.
The results show that enrollment at coastal colleges and large research schools is growing, but not in the midlands, particularly in the south-central and northwestern parts of the country, including Texas, where lesser-known business schools are experiencing bigger declines.
One conclusion is that international applicants are no longer willing to pay high tuition fees for American degrees, or are finally fed up with the declining ROI unless American colleges and universities continue to enjoy high quality or prestige.
While the trump administration's crackdown on immigration policies and mass shootings that have dominated global headlines have had some impact, there are other factors at play, IIE officials said.
Countries like Canada and Australia are offering more friendly and affordable options for international students.
In 2017, the average tuition fee for Canadian universities was c $25,180 (about $190,052) per year, while that for Australian universities was a $29,235 (about $21,046) per year, significantly lower than that for American universities.
At the same time, the cost of higher education in the United States is actually rising.
"It's always going to be a very complex issue," said IIE President Allan E Goodman.
"Like everyone outside the beltway, international students care more about their wallets than the President's tweets," Preston Cooper, a policy research analyst at the American Enterprise Institute education, wrote on Bloomberg.
America's unfriendly visa policies and post-graduation employment policies for international students may lead to a future in which only high-income applicants apply to us universities.
International students receive far less financial aid than their us counterparts, which could lead to a less diverse environment for higher education in the us, and inequality that will increase when international students graduate and enter the market.
Some second-tier institutions are slashing budgets to accommodate the new environment, with some professors or entire departments being laid off.
Poorer international students may abandon us universities altogether, or even the idea of studying abroad, because of falling returns on investment.
Apart from travel to Canada or Australia, there is growing interest in Asian research universities, particularly in China and Singapore, which have been rising in global league tables, with some growing at impressive rates.
But now that online learning has a growing market share and prices are fairly low, online learning will become even more attractive if brick-and-mortar tuition continues to rise.
While international students have yet to abandon the United States, these trends pose significant challenges for the American higher education community.
Unless major reforms are implemented soon, the us risks losing its status as the world's most popular destination for foreign students.


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