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The government fundings to university should only be used as scholarship to the best students; the other fundings should come from the students’ fees and private sponsors. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement.
The running of a university bases on sustainable funding from various channels. Government funding is one of the significant financial sources while fees from students’ tuition and private sponsors also account for great portion of university income. How to effectively spend these funds has been a frequent debate. Personally, I do not think government funding only used as scholarship is an effective way to allocate university budget.
On one hand, the purpose of rewarding excellent students with scholarship is to motivate them to maintain positive learning attitude and hardworking, to publicly recognize the dedication and endeavors they made with perseverance, to encourage other students to learn from top students. Overall, the rewarding mechanism of scholarship has many advantages and should be implemented as a good tradition.
However, how much budget should be allocated to scholarship and how many students should be rewarded is not an easy question to which every person can provide a correct answer. The ultimate figures cannot be calculated without experts who are specialized in figuring out the intricate relationships between revenue and cost. Considering government fundings usually constitute big part of university revenue and the amount of government fundings differ from country to country from university to university, stipulating this money can only be used as scholarship would incur a consequence that the scholarship costs too much or too less of university income.
On the other hand, the normal running of a university includes teaching, scientific research, executive service and etc, which requires considerable amount of financial provision. Aside from drawing money from government support, collecting economic backing from students’ tuition and private sponsors is equally important to ensure a university can cultivate various talents for society and can achieve breakthroughs in scientific research. These funds, together with government funding, constitute all the income of a university and are used as a whole reservoir, but not used separately.
In conclusion, since the money a university can use comes from different channels and the university cost consists of a variety of aspects, how all these financial supports should be allocated should be left to a university itself according to its specific situation; it should not be interfered by any non-professional outsiders. ( 365 words in total)