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Post time 2007-1-20 08:28:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by hyb8181 at 2007-1-19 17:31
most of the students shouldn't paid for the tuition fee.because it is not worth 5000 yuan a year.we can't study we hope.we only study from the books by ourselves.


if u think it's totally useless, then there's a lot of ways beside..
actually u can just quit and by the way save the money for other things whatever can make you really pro.

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Post time 2007-1-20 08:51:09 |Display all floors
A friend who is learning in NZ,said that more than 90 % of the students borrow money from govenment to read in Uni....That is quite different from the policy in China.
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Post time 2007-1-20 09:29:07 |Display all floors
6000*4 just for two papers... high investment with high return. this principle is not suitable in china even if in china education.

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Post time 2007-1-20 10:03:43 |Display all floors

please do something is action!

Originally posted by chinadaily at 2007-1-16 16:20
I would consider colleges charging 5,000 yuan of tuition for a semester, is TOO high, and beyond many families' means.   

Here I strongly urge the Education Ministry to curb the colle ...


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Post time 2007-1-20 10:10:50 |Display all floors
WIth tuition costs like these in correlations with the amount made it really does take a 'village' to raise a man / woman. The reason many students in Western countries have to take out a loan for university is because a large portion of them pay it THEMSELVES. In China however the majority of the students are backed by their family to go through school. Imagine if they had to pay themselves through university or college...in fact don't even imagine that as its just not goin to happen period.
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Post time 2007-1-21 08:20:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by leogirl at 2007-1-20 08:51
A friend who is learning in NZ,said that more than 90 % of the students borrow money from govenment to read in Uni....That is quite different from the policy in China.

yah..but anyway they pay it back to government gradually after they grab the work, and pressure of credit system does make them have to do it unlike the situation in China..
u know, there're many surveys u can get by google, if u are interested in it, to see how terrible the rate of refund in China is...as u know, many students, not only poors, get their loan and do their extremely possible to avoid paying back..
the fact is we don't get CREDIT SYSTEM...thus, government shouldn't stick their chin out to do it under a high risk without any guarantee..(even if there are..it's useless so far)

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Post time 2007-1-21 17:00:39 |Display all floors

Chinese universities' tuition fees is really too high

i aggreed the view that chinese education fees is too high.

5000 yuan per semester might be nothing to the riches.but for most farmers, they are really too high!!!  Education is the foundation of our country.we must make every children have the equal opportunity to be educated, whoever from the city or village, especially the poor families!

[ Last edited by zhuifeng311 at 2007-1-21 05:02 PM ]

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