Some people think that all university students should study whatever they like. Others believe that they should only be allowed to study subjects that will be useful in the future, such as those related to science and technology. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

People have different views about whether or not university students should choose their preferred areas of study. While some individuals believe that students should only be enabled to study subjects useful in the future, I would argue that they should be able to study whatever they like.

On the one hand, studying subjects which will be useful in the future has advantages in a few aspects. First, students find it easier to apply for a job after graduating. Nowadays, a lot of newly-graduates learning about history, culture or art usually struggle to search for a job related to their majors; therefore, they have to do manual work to make a living. In contrast, most students who study IT, medicine or construction could have more opportunities to look for a rewarding job because these fields need an enormous amount of workforce yearly. Second, subjects such as technology or science play an important role in the development of a country. Countries which have many students of these subjects tend to have new inventions. This could afford these counties the opportunity to develop the economy and society rapidly.

On the other hand, there are stronger reasons why students should be relegated decision to study whatever they enjoy. The first reason is that it might be very boring and challenging for students to study fields which they have no interest at all. For example, if students interested in literature are forced to study mathematics, they could feel under pressure and their academic performance could be not good. Therefore, the better option is for students to pursue their interests in order to promote their full potential. Another reason is that areas of knowledge such as art, law or philosophy are also important to society. If nobody picked these subjects, our society would lose its sentimental values even might become a society of robots.

In conclusion, although both views certainly have some validity, it seems to me that it is better for university students to have the right to choose fields they wish to pursue.

People have different views about whether or not university students should choose their preferred areas of study. While some individuals believe that students should only be permitted enabled to study subjects useful in the future, I would argue that they should be able to study whatever they like.

On the one hand, studying subjects which will be useful in the future has distinct advantages in a few aspects. First, students find it easier to apply for secure / get a job after graduating. Nowadays, a lot of new newly-graduates learning about history, culture or art usually struggle to search for find a job related to their majors; therefore, they have to do manual work to make a living. In contrast, most students who study IT, medicine or construction could have more opportunities to look for a rewarding job because there are many openings for jobs in these fields need an enormous amount of workforce ( wrong usage) yearly. Second, subjects such as technology or science play an important role in the development of a country. Countries which have many students of these subjects tend to have new inventions. This could afford these counties the opportunity to develop the economy and society rapidly.

On the other hand, there are stronger reasons why students should be relegated ( wrong word) decision to study whatever they enjoy. The first reason is that it might be very boring or and challenging for students to study fields in which they have no interest at all. For example, if students interested in literature are forced to study mathematics, they could feel under pressure and their academic performance could be not good. Therefore, the better option is for students to pursue their interests in order to promote their full potential. Another reason is that areas of knowledge such as art, law (Aren't lawyers needed in your country?) or philosophy are also important to society. If nobody picked these subjects, our society would lose its sentimental values and even might become a society of robots.

In conclusion, although both views certainly have some validity, it seems to me that it is better for university students to have the right to choose fields they wish to pursue.

Thank you so much.