Apple Education has been accused of charging students an average of $3,200 more than it costs for a bachelor’s degree in computer science.
In addition, the company is charging students more for classes than it charges for credit.
But an analysis of Apple’s financial statements by The New York Times and Quartz shows that Apple Education students are actually paying much less for the same degrees than they pay for credits.
The data comes from a study by Stanford University’s Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) that looked at students from different countries and across the world.
In China, students in the United States and Japan were the most likely to be offered a bachelor degree.
China students who received a bachelor of science degree received an average tuition fee of $16,500 in the US and $16 and $17 in Japan, respectively.
In the US, those in China were also more likely to receive a bachelor in business administration.
The average tuition fees for students in Japan and the US are similar, but the difference is in the costs.
The US students pay an average $1,100 more per year than their counterparts in China.
In contrast, the Japanese students pay $1.70 more per degree than their Chinese counterparts.
The study found that students from Asia are the most expensive to attend, while students from the United Kingdom are the least expensive.
Students from the UK and France are among the most affordable.
The UK students pay the least for the bachelor’s in business and economics, while those from France pay the most.
The difference is due to the fact that students in France pay more for the college level degree than those in the UK.
However, in China, where students pay much less, students from Europe are among those with the least tuition fees.
The students from China pay an almost identical amount for a BA in business management as students in China do in Japan.
For a bachelor, students pay roughly $16.50 in tuition fees in the Chinese market and about $15.50 for a graduate degree in finance and economics.
The cost of the master’s in computer and information sciences is also roughly the same as in China and the UK, while the cost of a BA is slightly higher in the French market.
However in both countries, students who have an advanced degree in information technology are more likely than those who have a bachelor with a master’s degree to pay more in tuition.
The reason for the higher cost is the fact the US is more likely, rather than less, to have a high concentration of tech workers in the population than in the country as a whole.
Students in the U.S. pay an additional $5,000 per year to attend a three-year university, and students in New York pay $16 in tuition costs to attend an advanced technology degree.
In total, students have to pay about $20,000 in tuition, a fee that can reach up to $40,000 for students from Australia, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates.
While there is no guarantee that students who enroll in a four-year college will make money, the study found students who take the courses pay roughly the average cost of attendance for a four year degree.