The similarities or and differences of studying in private university and government university

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The similarities or and differences of studying in private university and government university A university is an institution of higher education and research which grants academic degrees in a variety of subjects. A university is a corporation that provides both undergraduate education and postgraduate education. Actually, University was divided into two which are state university and private university. Public or state universities operate in whole or in part on state or federal funds. This means all students regardless of race, religion and gender. Conversely, private institutions may make exemptions, such as women-only campuses, or men-only, and religious schools. There are similarity and contrast of state university and the private university; the similarity of state university and private university is both universities require the student to have a bachelor’s degree but both of them also have differences which are the cost for student, the program available and the standard score for student’s success. The first similarity of state university and private university is both universities require the student to have a bachelor’s degree. Actually, a bachelor's degree is the first degree a student can receive in his or her academic career, with the exception of the associate’s degree. The bachelor's degree is sometimes awarded after learning an associate’s degree, though it is often the first degree that is gotten. Whether or not an associate’s degree can be gotten first depends upon the area of study. Both of the universities have the same standard to get bachelor degree. Not only that, state university and private university also have the differences which are the cost that must be paid by the student, the program available and the standard of scoring for student success. The first difference is the cost that must be paid by students. Many people assume a public college is cheaper than a private college because of tuition fees are reduced for state...
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