A reputation to scrap graduation prices at Scottish universities and colleges was backed by members of the Scottish Nationwide Get together (SNP) on the social gathering’s present conference, writes Lewis McKenzie for Glasgow Dwell.
Some, along with the College of Strathclyde, the College of Glasgow and Glasgow Caledonian College, have already dropped the fees and it is hoped that others will do the an identical.
The motion, launched forward by SNP faculty college students and members of the Scottish parliament (MSPs) from Holyrood's Schooling Committee, mentioned that compulsory prices for graduation runs reverse to the principle of free better education in Scotland. SNP MSP Rona Mackay talked about that faculty college students throughout the nation should not be constrained by their non-public funds. “A scholar’s commencement is likely one of the most essential days of their life as they rightly have a good time years of exhausting work – this shouldn’t come at a value.”
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