Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Bonus Activity: You have to pay to play:)

In 1990, for the first time in New Zealand’s history, universities and polytechnics started charging students money to go to school. Prior to then, it had been free to go to university or to a polytechnic. Since 1990, students have had to pay thousands of dollars to attend post-secondary (after high school) education.

The new Labour government have promised to give up to three years of free post-secondary education to all New Zealanders by 2020!

On your blog, tell us what you think. Should students have to pay money (tuition fees) to go to university? Why or why not?
To be honest I think students all around the world who really want to go to University should pay but then again they shouldn't have to. So I think my opinion for today is going to be in between yes & no. Here's why:)

1:  Over in England it cost's a maximum of $9,000 per student, overall they get a loan for about $5,555 or $7,75, just to help out with the students University supplies & much more other things they need in university. 

2: They should pay to go to university but then again they shouldn't, They should as It'll make there life much more easier & more satisfy. They shouldn't pay to go to University especially if it costs over $2,000 & more. 

3: The tuition fee pledge includes a deep increase of about $400 every single year, which makes it to the current maximum maintenance loan, This amount of money is probably not enough to satisfy every single student in University.

So there we have it, here are my 3 opinion's on why they should pay to go to University & why they should not. University is such a great community as for those who really want to get a job & actually just studdy for things like getting there drivers licence. Accounting & Finance, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture & much more. Thanks for visiting my blog I really hope you enjoyed & I hope you keep close in touch with my blogging. 

Bonus Points: 18

1 comment:

  1. Hey there Hinerangi, thanks for completing another task today.

    I've enjoyed reading your post about whether or not university should be free. I like how you've weighed up each side of the argument and also provided some information about universities overseas and their current set up.

    Perhaps we could just have cheaper fees. The government could subsidise each student's fees. This means that instead of paying full fees, the government could pay half and you could pay the other half.

    What do you think about that idea?

    Thanks, Billy