As a US citizen, I can find some good cheapish graduate schools in the US if I’m the resident of the state where the state school is located.
However, given how cheap many international schools are, is there a large US population trying to get in them? More importantly are there any good and cheap ones? (Particularly interested in social sciences.)
Cheap can mean under US$7,000 for a semester-type unit, or whatever you care to argue is cheap. Quality I guess is just whatever you can want to judge by that makes it an above average faculty and student body. (Maybe prestige is an almost fair proxy??) Flimsy definitions, but work with me here…I guess the bottom line is: are US students looking overseas for grad schools? Should they? I think the experience might be worth any slight confusion as to quality when coming back to the states (where school name carries a lot in some circles). Leave aside language restrictions and location for now. Thanks!