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Hey guys, can i ask for a favour. I am taking the Toefl next week so can sb check my independent essay and give a feedback and score. Thank in advance.

A university education should be provided free of charge to all interested scholars.

A university education is a very important part of a person’s life. Having that college experience could bring benefits to a person even for a life time. The issue at hand is whether every student has the right to free education if he/she is interested. I believe that free education should not be provided to any interested scholar since it would cause more harm than good to the universities providing and to the country in which they are seated.

Everyone deserves the right to study and follow his/hers areas of interest, however not everyone is qualified for a university education. For instance if a student, has below average grades or has failed a grade several times, it is not appropriate to give that student the opportunity to study in a college or university. This is because the college environment is more demanding than a high school setting; hence if a student has been struggling in high school it cannot be expected from him/her to succeed in college.

Giving the opportunity to a free university education to any interested scholar would make the universities and colleges more crowded and that would affect the quality of education as well. For instance, the universities in Macedonia are free to any scholars that are interested. What this causes is for a better enrolment figure in the universities, but that causes a smaller graduation rate since most students drop out of college after the first year of classes. In Macedonia, the dropout rate is so significant that even a handful of students are left until the end of the four year courses, if that course is not cancelled in the meantime.

Establish a free education system for universities could also negatively affect the federal budget. The majority of universities in many countries are privately funded through donations or through the required payment by the attending students. By making every university free for any student would imply that a considerable amount of the federal budget would have to be used in order to cover the costs of the universities that had been privately funded before. This use of the federal budget to cover universities’ costs could negatively affect the economy in the country.

Ultimately, I believe that a free university education to any student is not the right choice to solve the education problem. While I agree that everyone has the right of education, establish a free educational system for everyone could adversely affect not only the universities, but the country itself.
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