Awuah29

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The following tuition and fees will be charged for academic year 2003/2004
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Doctor of Dental Medicine Program

Tuition: $40,350

Clinic/Lab Fees
first year: $760
second year and first year advanced standing: $965
third year and second year advanced standing: $985
fourth year: $950

Graduate program fee: $144

Electronic library/textbook fee: $1,500

Laptop Computer: $2,511

Instruments

first year: $4,680
second year: $4,486
first year advanced standing: $9,164

What about housing ? Is housing included in the 40K

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I think housing is extra.
Boston is an expensive place to live.
You may be thinking another 15k to 20k a year for room and board.
 

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Housing is NOT included.... yeah, Boston is very expensive...

You would be best to find roommates to split a room.. get the cost down to 600s-900s.

By the way, I am also looking for a roommate in Boston.


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isnt the total cost of education something around 70K/year?
 

Awuah29

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So,
I will be better off if I don't apply there. Cause I can just apply to NYU 36K-40 K including housing.
What do you guys think?
 

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Sorry Awuah.....NYU is about 70K/ year as well....Tuition figures never include housing. You want the total cost of education (COE) figures that take everything into consideration including tuition, housing, insurance, food, entertainment, intstruments, books, blah blah blah. Both BU and NYU are at about 70K COE/year.
 

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goodness gracious, y'all should do some in depth researching!

both BU and NYU indeed do cost about 70K each year total, NYU slightly more, and that should include living expenses. NYU should be around 75 grand.



Living expenses in Boston can be pricey, but if you look around, it is better than NYC, it also depends on your personal needs and what luxuries you want, or want to live without.

Be glad that tuition doesn't show signs of increasing like other schools...

if they do increase, it's rather a small increase, from what i hear but dont quote me on that...
 

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guys whats the cheapest Dental School around the State. Anyone knows? :confused:
 

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Estimated Expenses for 2003-2004
. Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Tuition, residents $43,984 $43,984 $43,984 $43,984
Tuition, nonresidents $43,984 $43,984 $43,984 $43,984

Fees
Books & Instrument Rental $4,543 $4,543 $4,641 $3,343

Estimated Living Expenses
Room and board Dorm/Off-campus $17,322 $20,786 $20,786 $15,589
Transportation $722 $866 $866 $650
Health insurance $1,641 $1,641 $1,641 $1,641

Total Expenses $75,791 $76,738 $76,738 $75,317

My brother goes to NYU and loves it there. He gave up his acceptance to a state school to go there
 
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