3. University College London, United Kingdom
We doubt that one of the most prominent alumni of UCL Alexander Graham Bell would have managed to pay the money that is needed nowadays to graduate from this school. If you are not from the UK or any of the European Countries, you’ll have to pay over $30,000 to be able to study there. The money that Europeans and British pay is three times as low and reaches 9000 GBP. It’s rather disappointing that students pay such big money. Bear in mind that this university once had a mission – its goal was to give equally good education to people of any religion, gender and class.