Education is the most critical and pressing issue for the development of any country and more and more reforms are earned this sector with the passage of time. No body denies the sheer role and significance of education in creating a better nation and a progressive world. Where many people manage to obtain primary and secondary education, provided free in the majority of the countries, it’s difficult to the majority of in getting themselves designed with the bigger or university education due to the high cost/fee. Hence, there has always been this debate of if the university education must certanly be free for all.

For the majority of the people say that it ought to be free as getting knowledge is a basic right and it will not feature a price tagĀ ssru. Most of the people cannot spend the money for huge cost of higher education and many of the future Einstein and Marx are wasting their abilities and talents due to the inaccessibility to the universities and university education which makes education an advantage of a certain class rather than everyone’s basic right. When more folks get higher education, there may well be more jobs readily available for them and the rate of unemployment will soon be reduced alleviating the poverty in the society and leading it towards advancement and prosperity. Another argument for the free university education complements the principle of equality where everyone features a right to own equal opportunity and to make university education free, this principle of equality may be fulfilled in converting it into a fact on pragmatic grounds out from the antique box of theory. If higher education is free, tens and thousands of young children and girls would manage to get education rather than bearing the burden of part time jobs in fulfilling the university expanses.

There is other side of the coin too and that is not in support of free university education that brings gargantuan burden on the shoulders of the government.

There will be a lot of investment required and the price of higher education is too high that it becomes indispensable for the folks to share a few of the burden of the state which does not have ample resources and money for free university education. Though there can be, as you will find, more special students loans and scholarships in aid of the students who cannot afford the price of higher education. Another argument is that when university education is free, there will be a descend in the worth of higher education as there will be less money to pay for the professors and staff and a number of other university resources (related to technical education at higher level). Hence there is a risk of a low quality education once it’s been made free for many like water in a ocean.

To conclude, where we could see many hurdles in the manner of free university education we could also start to see the exemplory case of Germany to make its higher education free. Much may be learnt from the Germany’s experience or experimentation (hitherto to see) to make university education free for all.