Student debt and so what?

Nikki left university half way through her course as she felt the amount of teaching she was getting didn’t justify the fees.” says the BBC. Oh dear! How sad! Bless her!

I do not get her and some other British students at all. I do not understand what they have to moan about, especially when the cost of their study at university is far less than international students – those who are not UK or EU students – have to pay for the same course. The tables highlight the fees charged by different universities for overseas students studying arts and science courses, compared with UK and EU students. All overseas students studying at UK universities are expected to make a full contribution towards the cost of their education, unlike a Home/EU student who is subsidised by the government. On average, foreign students, including myself, have to pay course fees of between £5,500 and £12,000 per year depending on the university and course, and we have to pay it upfront without delay. That was the case several years ago. I would not be surprised if the fees for foreign students have gone up in the past few years.

I just do not get the native kids at all. Why do they need to whine about something that we foreign students do each year without complaint? I suppose it is just they way they are or maybe it is in their psyche.

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One response to “Student debt and so what?

  1. yodmanudying

    นั่นสิคะ ค่าเรียนพวกเราแพงกว่าเค้าสามสี่เท่าเลย ฮือๆ
    แต่คิดว่าค่าเรียน 2000 สำหรับฝรั่งก็เยอะแล้วเหมือนกัน เห็นเพื่อนบางคนก็บ่นว่าเงินไม่พอ คนชอบเรียนมักไม่ค่อยมีตังค์มั้งคะ (เพราะมัวแต่เรียน ไม่ได้ทำงาน)

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