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I don't want to be a burden on the board. But I am interested in learning the cost (tuition, fees, and living expenses) of four schools. I am aware that there is a great deal of information on their websites, but i would like to know from current students, if possible.

i will be doing a 1 year MPH by the way.

The schools are Hopkins, Harvard, Emory, and UNC
 

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Also, I would be happy to know your opinion on which of these formerly mentioned schools would be best for preparation in a career in humanitarian aid research. Right now it appears to be Hopkins and Harvard, but I would love to hear from folks who know more than me
 

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There is a breakdown of tuition, fees, and average living expenses on each respective website. You should research each one of them.
 
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Agreed. This is all stuff you can look up on your own. No need to be lazy. That's a bad way to start grad school ;)
 

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Thank you! I just wanted to get a feel for which schools are most expensive. Perhaps I could make a ranking system. And maybe someone would be kind enough to offer a constructive response.

(From most to least expensive)
1. Hopkins
2. Emory
3. Harvard
4. UNC

Also, if anyone has any comments on the second question, I would be very thankful
 

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If nothing else, the cost of living per city probably ranks like this:

1.) Boston
2.) Baltimore
3.) Chapel Hill
4.) Atlanta
 
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