Topics: Poverty, University, Student Pages: 2 (629 words) Published: February 7, 2013
Module:Advanced B
Assignment:Referenced essay Ongoing Assessment 2
Lecturer:Mr. Jeffrey Head
Question:The government should completely fund all university courses? Student name:Mr. Chayakit Veerachadsakulchai
Date:19 September2012
Word count:501 words

The education is more important than before. Because it makes new generations to become the new world developers, so that the government should completely fund all University courses to make it become true. However, this essay shows that these are both agreements and disagreements about this activity.

According to Debatewise website, there are two agreements that government should pay for University. First, it can make balanced society. The rich should pay more than the poor because they have more money, and the government should fund poorer students with some money to fulfill the cost to create a more balanced society for everyone. Nearly 38% of India’s population is poor and they cannot afford to get admission in universities, the government should fund students and let them decide in which universities they would like to go (Babita, 2012). Secondly, there is huge debt at the end of universities. Many graduates will be more popular for many companies who want to hire those people to work in. The government should get rid of paying for education to make it easier for those graduates. If paying for the whole education offer to pay for degrees where they need people to work in, so that people who are interested in that field have an incentive to continue to study it (Debatewise, n.d.).

However, there also are two disagreements too. First, these are no people who want to pay the top-up fees. To the degree that Debatewise website, ‘It's also not an enormous debt, and furthermore it's about the cheapest loan one can get’. It means that not everyone can spend more money to support enough fees. Because there also are many poor people who could not pay the higher fees. The student loans available...
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