American school system 6

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Tuition or fees
Higher education is not . State universities are for the students from the state (2009 annual average: $7,020), but otherwise, tuition is comparable to school prices. Annual graduate program tuition can vary from $15,000 to as high as $50,000. Note that these prices do not include living (rent, room/board, etc.) or additional fees that schools add on such as "activities fees" or health . The great private universities are the most .
To for the fees, the student can resort to a , which he will reimburse after his studies
or to a granted by a local authority or by the state on the basis of and need.
Part-time are also a solution for a majority of students.

The year is divided into three or two semesters.