4 people from around the world share the wonders of free education — and reveal the hidden drawbacks
|10/22/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Higher education doesn’t come cheap in the United States — citizens collectively hold about $1.31 trillion in college loan debt.
Things are hardly this dire in certain other countries, where everything from preschool to university is paid for — at least in part — by the government.
Some governments even cover the entire cost of a college education, leaving graduates with zero debt and a clean slate to start their new careers.
Business Insider spoke with four people from different European countries to find out what it’s really like to get a free education.