There are quite a number of rationales, compelling indeed, that may be used to substantiate my claim that that higher education should not be available only to good students. First and foremost, it seems to me that every person should have the chance to get a higher degree, gain new knowledge and experience. The second reason why I am of this particular view is that some young people do not do well at school but they have great personality and ability to learn. They are self-confident, persistent and patient. With these qualities they can get higher grades then their classmates who are talented but lazy. Imagine for example situation when a teenager gets high grades because his or her parents constantly make him or her study and help to do most of the homework. In this case a child does very well at school but I think a college can show the opposite results. In addition, it can also be argued that it is a discrimination against students to make available higher education only for good ones.
However, admittedly, there are people who might argue against my point of view. First of all, some people might suggest, university education is highly expensive, especially for the developing countries. .Furthermore, it is generally argued that in developing countries university education which is largely theoretical, serves the country only a little in achieving progress.
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