Topic: Some people think that everyone has the right to have access to university education, and that governments should make it free for all students no matter what financial background they have. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion.

As fees for higher education have been inexorably increasing in recent years, the affordability of higher education has always been a topic of interest. Because they are expensive and not affordable to everyone, according to some, the governments should abolish college tuition fees regardless of students’ background. In my opinion, I agree that students should be allowed to pursue university without costs as it will significantly benefit both individuals and society.

A good reason to abolish tuition is that it gives people whether they are rich or poor equal rights. At present, students from a less well-off background are prevented from entering university because they cannot pay the fees. This excludes a large proportion of society and is discriminatory, which can be solved if the government wholly subsidizes tertiary education.

Another point to consider is that being entitled to free university means that students will no longer have to work and study simultaneously to cover their costs. For example, around three-fifths of students in the UK have to work either full-time or part-time while studying to pay their tuition. Therefore, free higher education should produce better student’s academic performance because they will be able to apply themselves to getting good grades. Consequently, they will stand a chance to land a high-paid job.

Finally, free university education will benefit society in the long run, for the simple reason that it will open up higher education to a broader section of the population. This will result in increasing the number of educated people. In other words, having a more educated workforce will bring greater rewards to society as a whole. Moreover, it can bring more economic advantages to a country that shows itself to be prosperous and leading in various fields.

In conclusion, free university education is a must for any country that values equal rights and wishes to advance. The cost of free education will be recouped many times over by the benefits it brings.

As fees for the cost of higher education has been inexorably increasing in recent years, the affordability of higher education has always been a topic of interest. (This is not a good response. It seems like a memorized answer. Students sometimes write "this is of public concern", "this has been a hot debate" or "this is a controversy." for every Task 2 exam that asks for an opinion. It is not true. Avoid memorized responses. Examiners do not treat them well. Instead write a sentence that demonstrates you understand the issue..) Because they are expensive and not affordable to everyone, according to some, the governments should abolish college tuition fees (That is not the topic. It is not just fees, but books, housing, food, materials, transportation and all the other expenses associated with a university education.) regardless of students’ background. In my opinion, (Agree is an opinion, so this phrase should be deleted.) I agree that students should be allowed to pursue university without costs as it will significantly benefit both individuals and society.


You did not answer the essay prompt. Read the task very very carefully, and make your answer right on topic.

"To what extent....?" - The answer t this prompt has to include an adverb of extent. Do you know these adverbs?


A good reason for free tertiary education to abolish tuition is that it gives people, whether they are rich or poor, (This is a nonessential phrase and must be set off by commas.) equal opportunities to get a university degree. rights. At present, students from a less well-off families background are prevented from entering enrolling in university because they cannot pay the fees. This excludes a large proportion of society and is discriminatory. However that deplorable situation which (Which needs a noun to refer to. Avoid awkward grammar by writing a new sentence.) can be solved if the government wholly subsidizes tertiary education.

Another point to consider is that being entitled to free university means that students will no longer have to work and study simultaneously to cover their costs. For example, around three-fifths of students in the UK have to work either full-time or part-time while studying to pay their tuition. Therefore, free higher education should result in their produce better student’s academic performance because they will be able to apply themselves to getting good grades. Consequently, they will have an excellent record with which they can impress recruiters for major companies that pay high salaries. stand a chance to land a high-paid job.

Finally, free university education will benefit society in the long run, for the simple reason that it will open up higher education to a broader section of the population. This will result in increasing the number of educated people. In other words, having a more educated workforce will bring greater rewards to society as a whole. Moreover, it can bring more economic advantages to a country that shows itself to be prosperous and having since it has many talented citizens in leading in various fields.

In conclusion, free university education is a must for any country that values equal rights and wishes to advance. The cost of free education will be recouped many times over by the benefits it brings.

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