Which Ivy League School Has The Most Bang For The Buck?

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Ivy League institutions are considered among the most prestigious in the world. Which school, however, has proven to give the strongest returns on investment?

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Which Ivy League School Has The Most Bang For The Buck?

  1. 1. Want to Know Which Ivy League School is The Best Investment?
  2. 2. 8. Yale University Annualized Net Return on Investment (ROI): 5.8% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $223,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $954,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 3 Source: Yale University
  3. 3. 7. Brown University Annualized Net ROI: 6.3% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $220,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,118,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 14 Source: Brown University
  4. 4. 6. Cornell University Annualized Net ROI: 6.4% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $218,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,117,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 16 Source: Cornell University
  5. 5. 5. Columbia University Annualized Net ROI: 6.4% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $226,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,175,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 4 Source: columbiauniversity
  6. 6. 4. University of Pennsylvania Annualized Net ROI: 6.6% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $223,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,220,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 7 Source: University of Pennsylvania
  7. 7. 3. Princeton University Annualized Net ROI: 6.7% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $213,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,234,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 1 Source: Princeton University
  8. 8. 2. Dartmouth College Annualized Net ROI: 6.7% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $222,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,262,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 10 Source: Dartmouth
  9. 9. 1. Harvard University Annualized Net ROI: 6.9% • Weighted total cost (IPEDS): – $218,000 • 30-year net ROI: – $1,334,000 • U.S. News National Rank: 2 Source: Harvard University
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