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The Brexit Effect On The Educational Sector. Things To Consider.

It’s happening right now! The Queen is going to pave the way for Theresa May to leave the European Union for the greater good.

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“Parliament has today backed the government in its determination to get on with the job of leaving the EU,” Brexit Secretary David Davis said. “We are now on the threshold of the most important negotiation for our country in a generation.”

Important in many ways. Like forgetting the one billion fund granted from the Brussels for higher education.

The British Parliament has passed a bill that will allow Prime Minister Theresa May to start talks to leave the European Union. Britain will give up its EU membership.

What’s the fallout you may ask? If you are someone with a million in your account and lovely mansion by the banks of the Themes then please do check the cool features of The U.K.’s new one pound coin that just has been dubbed the “most secure” in the world by the Royal Mint and other stories. But if you are a father of a couple of kids planning to educate them and struggling your way through a decent living then The Brexit might effect you real hard.

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Picture yourself a principal of a high school with a thousand inspired students. A thousand inspired students but not enough money and resources to pass on adequate knowledge. How would it be if I grant you a thousand bucks to upgrade your school and to bye ed-tools for the better learning experience? Sounds great right? This exactly what the deal is with the EU. And of course, the amount is a lot more than just a thousand. Now, what if I chose to stop the money from being granted for your school? First, you have to raise the school fees to fill the hiatus and give your teachers salary. Then you have to seek an alternative source of capital to get things going. Eventually, the fathers will be thinking of transferring their kids to another school offering affordable education.

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Same goes with the effects of the Brexit. The UK is going to miss the one billion that was used to upgrade the educational setting. As a result, colleges and universities will surely raise the tuition fees by 30% approximately. And the future of higher education is at stake.

So what’s the workaround?

Online learning is not new to the learners who are keen enough to take their academic and professional career in an updated level. Professional individuals thinking of obtaining a degree without quitting a job are banking on online education as this mode of education is offering an adaptive approach. Now students are clinging to online mode because e-learning is an affordable choice.

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The grant from Brussels is history. This is the age of technology and it’s fair to depend on new methods and ed-tech to learn. Online learning will still be playing a big role in the education sectors in the next couple of decades. So if you are inspired learners and keen enough to upgrade your academic and professional career bank on this mode of education. No matter how bounded you are by your daily office job and family responsibilities you can have a degree without having to quit your job invest much of your time and money.

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