why we oversea student every year tuition fee more than 6500pounds?Watch
it depends on how strongly you believe in libertarianism or classical liberalism. my personal view of the matter is that benefits and funds to certain exception groups are necessary. the reduction of the welfare state from those which one deems not necessary would actually allow financial support to be provided to the minority. this would also mean alot of public funding be taken away from domestic students.
um, Camford, almost no US colleges are need blind towards international students, meaning how willing you are to pay matters in the admission process, now, that's not fair, is it?
also, the Norwegian government thinks the US school system is crap, and doesn't even offer LOANS to study freshman year in the US. Plus US tution fees are conciderably higher than UK ones.
Cost of going to Harvard:
Room & board: $8,868
Average book and supply expenses: $2,522
Required fees: $2,994
Freshmen receiving need-based financial aid: 48% Undergraduate receiving need-based financial aid: 48%
Average freshman need-based loan: $1,100
Average freshman need-based grant: $23,750
The point is that if you are good, you'll have your tuitions and everything paid for. And in the UK, no matter how good you are, you have to pay.
Of course, the question is really who to include/exclude.
well able-bodied people who are capable of work is generally the starting point. again, it depends on how strongly you believe in it and whether you have any other tendencies, anarchic-capitalism for example.
I think it's fairly safe to say that many people cannot participate in employment (not for a long enough period to be able to support themselves anyway). The answer to such groups would be either to provide some form of state welfare (perhaps even to get them into work), or just allow them to 'die out'.
That's not 100% true - there are a lot of bursaries and scholarships available - they just vary by subject/uni and sometimes are reliant on where you are from.
Yes I agree. However, no universities do that for undergraduates. It costs on average 40 to 50 grand in an average uni in England, and it cost 60 grand if it's Oxbridge. Compares to the US where 70% of the undergraduates don't have pay for tuition fees.
I'm not sure what you're referring to with the £40-50k - if that's international students fees then I think you'll find it's quite a bit lower than that for most subjects (exception being medicine which will cost in the region of £70k for 5 yrs) ie £24k for a 3 yr arts based degree, and £30 for a science/engineering 3 yr degree (£40K ish for a 4 yr MEng/UG Masters)...and this is the higher end of the scale.
Note: We are talking about the availabilities to overseas student only. Not EU or UK students.
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