An academic challenge study has found that many of the world’s best universities are the most expensive.
This has led to a backlash in some quarters against universities offering courses in the humanities.
But what if universities really were the most valuable, and not just the most affordable?
A new academic study from The Economist has found this is not the case.
The Economist has looked at universities across the world, and compared them to the most popular academic courses offered at the end of the current academic year.
These courses are called the A-level.
The results show the A and B-levels in the US are actually more expensive than their counterparts in other countries.
The study looked at courses offered by the United States, the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands.
The US had the lowest average cost of admission for a bachelor’s degree at $2,976.
That is a difference of $500.
The UK and Canada also had lower average costs.
In France, the average cost was $2.39.
This is $5,000 less than in the Netherlands, Germany and Canada.
The UK, meanwhile, had the second lowest average costs for a two-year bachelor’s program at $1,898.
That’s $3,000 lower than in Germany and $3 for a three-year degree.
The US also has one of the highest average costs of admission to any university in the world.
For a four-year programme, the US cost was an average of $1.35, compared to $966 for the UK and $2 for Canada.
For the A+ and B+ levels, the study found that the UK had the most attractive value proposition.
It was the only country where a university with a B+ would be cheaper than a university where a B-.
The Economist found that in the UK the average tuition fee was $6,000, compared with $10,000 in France, $14,000 for Italy and $28,000 to the US.
However, the costs in the other countries were less than the US’s average of nearly $20,000.
The findings are particularly interesting because the UK is also one of two countries that offer the cheapest entry-level undergraduate degrees in the EU, with the other being Germany.
This could be because of the fact that the majority of students who enter university do so after high school, meaning the country has more people entering university than any other country.