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Governments and universities everywhere should compete to attract qualified students regardless of nationality or residence: Is the proposition in the broadest interests of the world?

Governments and universities everywhere should compete to attract qualified students regardless of nationality or residence: Is the proposition in the broadest interests of the world?
  • Most certainly, attract the best, be the best.

    If such a thing were to happen, I would consider the world free of chaos. For governments and universities to seek out the qualified, the competent, the superior is no vice, as a matter of fact, it is the most sensible thing to do. After all, would you want fools in charge of anything just because they were born in the same place? No, I think that when governments and universities truly seek out the most competent, we can kiss ignorance and faulty stagnant systems goodbye.

  • This proposition is not in the broadest interest of the world

    This proposition does not make sense. First of all schools think that they may compete, but its quite the opposite. Students compete to get into schools based on their scholastic merit and how they are perceived in the eyes of a bureaucratic grading scale. Governments can't say that they compete if they make it so easy for every single individual to get a degree nowadays which in turn is flooding the marketplace with worthless degrees and students debts, which it turn is creating the next financial bubble.


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