Jumat, 14 Desember 2012

10 world's most expensive private schools:

Here is a list of 10 world's most expensive private schools:

1. Institut Le Rosey, Switzerland

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 124,165

Institut Le Rosey was founded in 1880 in Rolle, Switzerland. This school has 400 students. Campus buildings that stood on the land which covers nearly 70 acres offers many amenities include 10 tennis courts, equestrian area and skateboard park. Students also learn the four languages. This school has alumni from among the kings and nobles.

2. Middlesex School, USA

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 62,784
Annual fees for regular students: U.S. $ 50,210

Schools located in Concord, Massachusetts, USA, was founded in 1901. This school received 375 students from grade 9 to grade 12. With the cost of the above, Middlesex offers 29 types of sport that can be followed by the students. This school has 40 international students from 18 countries.

3. Lawrence Academy, U.S.

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 65,685
Annual fees for regular students: U.S. $ 50,544

Schools located in Groton, Massachusetts, USA was founded in 1793. Lawrence has 400 students in grades 9 through 12. With the high cost, the campus offers an unusual learning experience include dog sledding in Minnesota and studied bats in the rainforest of Australia.

4. Collge Alpin International Beau Soleil, Switzerland

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 116,234

School Coll├Ęge Alpin International Beau Soleil is located in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, founded in 1910. Campus which has stunning views of the French Alps also have places where one expedition destination Madagascar.

The campus has 180 students from different nationalities. So diverse, national percentage of students at the school, was in number each no more than 10%.

5. Eton College, England

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 62,654

The school was founded in 1440 is located in Windsor, England. Eton College is a school for men who have 1300 students aged from 13 to 18 years.

The students at this school are taught using two modern languages ​​namely English and Latin language as the primary language. This school has a lot of alumni luminaries, including the royal family, Olympic athletes and 19 British ministers. I graduated from this school, the students have a great chance of being accepted at the college they want.

6. The Hotchkiss School, USA

The annual cost of school and dormitory: U.S. $ 56,599
Annual fees for regular students: U.S. $ 48,122

Schools were established in 1891, is located in Lakeville, Connecticut, United States. Standing on a land area of ​​about 827 acres, The Hotchkiss School has 600 students in grade 9 through 12. With the high cost, the school has many sports facilities include 15 tennis courts, two hockey arenas, and golf courses.

Apart from the United States, students in this school come from 28 other countries. There are 7 levels of language instruction used in the process of learning at this school are from Chinese, French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, and Russian.

7. United World College of South East Asia, Singapore

Annual school fees and boarding: U.S. $ 60,378
Annual fees for regular students: U.S. $ 34,040

Schools were established in 1971 is located in Dover Singapore. With 3000 students from kindergarten through 12th grade level, school menawarkam complete range of facilities and luxury. Some of them are 20 badminton courts, six volleyball courts and two Olympic-size swimming pool. The students come from at least 39 countries. School building is famous for its air conditioning system that uses the world's largest solar power is environmentally friendly.

8. The Lawrenceville School, USA

Annual school fees and boarding: U.S. $ 63,649
Annual fees for regular students: U.S. $ 52,648

The Lawrenceville School was founded in 1810, is located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. This school has 800 pupils in grade 9 to 12. School building has an area of ​​up to 700 acres with 34 major buildings.

This school has a well-known speakers from singer Jimmy Buffet to Cuban leader Fidel Castro. The students also have a great opportunity to get an Ivy League College. Meanwhile, 43 students from three school graduation class was accepted at Princeton.

9. Appleby College, Canada

Annual school fees and boarding: U.S. $ 67,277
Annual fees for regular students for level 11-12: U.S. $ 44,892

Schools were established in 1911 is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. This school has 750 students in grade 7 through 12 and offers educational programs outside of class is not as common as travel by canoe or living in the desert. Appleby College also has 22 athletic teams and the U.S. team competing in the arena

10. Riverdale Country School, United States

The annual cost for middle school and above: U.S. $ 52,413

The school was founded in 1907 is located in the Bronx, New York. This school has an area up to 27 hectares making it the largest school in New York. There are 1,000 students who sat in the pre-kindergarten through grade 12.

Riverdale Country School produced such notable alumni of John F Kennedy and Robert F Kennedy; schools involve students in a variety of conferences known as Design Thinking Workshop is a practical way of thinking and creative in solving a problem or a job and the Aspen Ideas Fest.

Best Universities

In the latest list, many universities are experiencing a "surge" and fell sharply. MIT was third in last year's list. University College London rose from number seven last year to number four in the new rankings.

Imperial College London is ranked sixth, which means for the first time in the list of six universities in the world. England has a total of 18 universities in the top 100 list.
Here are the top 10 universities in the world:

1. MIT
2. Cambridge
3. Harvard
4. University College London
5. Oxford
6. Imperial College London
7. Yale
8. University of Chicago
9. Princeton
10. California Institute of Technology