Depends on the school and program, at least that's the way it is in the US.
I got my Masters in Library Science and none of my tuition was waived.
By the way I'm all for free higher education. So many careers these days require a B.S. degree or higher. Higher education is one way you can achieve better prospects. Unfortunately, it's so damn expensive. There are scholarships for the poor but not everyone is fortunate to get a scholarship.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
Right now, whilst in the middle of my college application process, YES.
maybe later, NO.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
Indeed. Many European/Nordic countries have already made higher education free, which is payed through high taxation. I would say that this is preferable to a system where higher education isn't free, as it enables a more educated population, whereas system which don't offer free higher education tend to have less educated people. Obviously, that's not ideal, politically speaking.
So, if those Nordic countries can do it, why not?
Is it so hard to overlook years of compressed ideology?
The western hemisphere is so lame.