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Tuesday, 1 January 2019

Counting The Cost Of University Education at SUTD (10)


Read? Counting The Cost Of University Education at SUTD (9)


Opportunity cost for more passive income?



5 comments:

  1. Hi bro8888,

    May I know what's the breakdown of the actual fees and living expenses? How much of the $192,994 is actual school fees?

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  2. Uncle8888,

    Relax, your opportunity cost will become more passive income when he starts giving you monthly allowances! LOL!

    Pap,
    Uncle's figures are cumulative. You can relax a bit! :)

    Anyway, SG uni's tuition fees are easily googled.

    hmmm, I just realised my all-in $3K annual NUS fee back in 1990 is now $8+K (elective modules cost extra). Foreigners without tuition grant is $38+K per year. Yikes.

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  3. Hi Spur,

    Haha, yes! It is cumulative, and I missed it totally :) Okay, 60k I can still tahan :)

    I planned out for my 2 yr old kid. My plan is to get 100k in 10 yrs. That should be more than enough to cover all the fees till uni including inflation, excluding living expenses.

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