A country should spend money on skills training or vocational training for practical work, rather than on university education. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


There are growing concerns about spending fund for education nowadays. While some people argue that vocational education should be funded more than higher education, I cannot accept this and investment in university education are superior.

On the one hand, there are some reasons why skills training is inferior to university education. First, a skilled course will merely bring people the way how to do the job but it does not provide any disciplines in-depth, so learners wouldn’t understand fully. Second, if vocational training is invested more than university education, it will create labour with a low level on society, therefore, the prospects that people move up the career ladder is not realistic.

On the other hand, a university education will give you an opportunity to get higher education. After graduating from there, students apply for a Master or PhD Degree, which provides the groundwork to be elite scientists. The university environment also facilitates more and more innovations for a social life due to scientific researches. Moreover, a university student has trained skills about work in the future as well. For example, a pharmacist leaving university will have not only the practical skills but also the capability to study academic researches. At universities, students do not study only rigid knowledge for jobs but they study a variety of soft skill such as leadership, time management,etc… that results in landing a high salary job.

In conclusion, I believe that university education should be fostered to be the best-funded system in the countries. It will create the bright future for not only individuals but also nations worldwide.

There are growing concerns about spending fund for education nowadays. While some people argue that vocational education should be funded more than higher education, I cannot accept this and since an investment in university education are (subject/verb mismatch) superior.


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I completely disagree because vocational schools do not give students a bright future compared to universities.

I somewhat disagree because although we need blue collar workers such as electricians, auto mechanics and plumbers, we need highly educated, elite scientists more.

I partly agree since countries need graduates of vocational schools. They are highly skilled workers who can install and repair complicated equipment. However, there must be some investment in universities. These graduates are engineers and scientists who understand science and can invent new technologies for the future.


On the one hand, there are some reasons why skills training is inferior to university education. (That is not the topic. The topic is spending government money. Focus on the topic.) First, a skilled (wrong word - skilled is an adjective modifying a person. e.g. He is a skilled auto mechanic. ) course will merely bring (wrong word) show people the way how to do a the job but it does not provide include any scientific theory any disciplines in-depth, (unnatural) so learners wouldn’t understand fully. Second, if the government invests more in vocational training is invested more than university education, it will create a labor force with only manual skills labour with a low level on society, (Comma splice error. Do not join two sentences with a comma.) therefore, the prospects that people will move up the career ladder is not realistic.

On the other hand, a university education will give you students a an opportunity to get higher education. (A university degree is higher education) After graduating from there, students can continue their education and apply for a Master or PhD Degree, which provides the basis groundwork to be elite scientists. The university environment also facilitates more and more innovations for a social life (This makes no sense. Do you means they can socialize with famous scientists, or that the parties and social life of a graduate student are exciting?) due to scientific researches. (wrong form) Moreover, a university student has trained skills about work (wrong phrase) in the future as well. For example, a pharmacist leaving university will have not only the practical skills but also the capability to study academic researches. (wrong form) At universities, students do not study only theory rigid knowledge for jobs but they study get practice in a variety of soft skill (wrong form) such as leadership, time management,etc… (Do not use ellipses, "etc." or phrases such as "and so on" in formal essays.) that results in landing a high salary job.

In conclusion, I believe that university education should be given more funding than vocational schools fostered to be the best-funded system in the countries. It will create the bright future for not only individuals but also nations worldwide. (Off topic.)

I have written my essay.

There are growing concerns about spending money for education. While some people argue that vocational education should be funded more than higher education, I completely disagree because vocational schools do not give students a bright future compared to universities.

On the one hand, there will be some drawbacks if governments turn their intentions most on skills training. First, a skills trainning course will merely show people how to do a job but it does not include any scientific theory, so learners woudn’t understand fully. Second, if the governments invests more in vocational training than university education, it will create a labor force with only manual skills . Therefore, the prospects that people will move up the career ladder is not realistic.

On the other hand, a university education will give students higher education. After graduating, students can continue their education and apply for a Master or PhD Degree, which provides the basis to be elite scientists. The university environment also facilitates more and more innovations for the future due to remarkable research. Moreover, university students have taught a lot of practical skills about their job in the future as well. For example, a pharmacist leaving unversity will have not only the practical skills but also the capability to study academic research. At universities, students do not study only theory for jobs but they get practice in a variety of soft skills such as leadership and time management that results in landing a high salary job.

In conclusion, although we need blue collar workers such as electricians, auto mechanics and plumbers, we need highly educated, elite scientists more. Therefore, I believe that there must be more investment in universities.

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There are growing concerns about how best to allocate the education budget. spending money for education. While some people argue that vocational education should be funded more than higher education, I completely disagree because vocational schools do not give students a bright future compared to universities.

On the one hand, there will be some repercussions drawbacks if governments turn their intentions allocate most on skills training for the trades. First, a skills trainning course will merely show people how to do a job but it does not include any scientific theory, so learners woudn’t (Do not use contractions in a formal essay.) graduates would not understand the theory fully. Second, if the governments invests (Subject/verb mismatch) more in vocational training than university education, it will create a labor force with only manual skills . Therefore, the prospects that people will move up the career ladder is (Subject/verb mismatch) not realistic.

On the other hand, a university education will give students higher education. After graduating, students can continue their education and apply for a Master or PhD Degree, which provides the basis to be elite scientists. The university environment also facilitates yields more and more innovations for the future due to remarkable their research programs. Moreover, university students have are been taught a lot of practical skills that they will use in about their future jobs in the future as well. For example, a pharmacist leaving unversity will have not only the practical skills but also the capability to study perform academic research. At universities, students do not study only theory for jobs but they get practice in a variety of soft skills such as leadership and time management. That gives them an advantage that results in landing a high salary job.

In conclusion, although we need blue collar workers such as electricians, auto mechanics and plumbers, we need highly educated, elite scientists more. Therefore, I believe that there must be more investment in universities.