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    Why is uni so expensive ?

    Simply to deter people who only go there to party and drink and experience life and "find themselves" and other nonsense.

    If we got rid of those people, they would drop the prices and loan repayments.

    People are angry they that their tax money is getting pissed up a wall by a lazy student who plays video games all day.

    Students who honestly want to learn and struggled to get into uni and appreciate education should have their loans written off.
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    (Original post by r3035)
    Why is uni so expensive ?

    Simply to deter people who only go there to party and drink and experience life and "find themselves" and other nonsense.

    If we got rid of those people, they would drop the prices and loan repayments.

    People are angry they that their tax money is getting pissed up a wall by a lazy student who plays video games all day.

    Students who honestly want to learn and struggled to get into uni and appreciate education should have their loans written off.
    I don't agree with your hypothesis.

    Why do you think this is the case?
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    Hmmm, I am one of those students, but I do also learn the work and do well in most tests. Eh apart from one I turned up pissed too..... I wasn't good at that module anyway tbf........ lmao
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    I'm don't really agree that the price is put in place as a barrier to dissuade people from going unless they are committed, what's the logic behind that argument? Additionally, how would you discern these "lazy students" from the hard working ones you point out to allow the correct ones to go to uni?
 
 
 
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