Even the elderly can get an education

Not long ago, it was customary for people to go straight to work after completing an apprenticeship or, in rare cases, after graduating from high school or even elementary school. People started families around the age of 20, had children, and did not have the time, let alone the money, to pursue higher education.
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However, when asked by current seniors, most wanted to continue their studies back then, especially in fields that interested them and that they enjoyed working in.
Today, however, this is no longer the case. All seniors, especially those entitled to a pension,can supplement their education at third-generation universities.
You may have heard this term before: for the first time such universities were established after the year 2000. They used to be part of the classic universities that were found in every major city.
For seniors, this is beneficial not only in terms of supplementing the education they have longed for all their lives, but also in terms of filling their free time.
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Many seniors would argue that this is true, but what about the money? However, they do not pay thousands of kroner per semester, but only a few hundred kroner, depending on which field they choose. And as for textbooks, they have the same right to borrow them from the university library as younger students.
The only thing we have to accept is that you cannot get an engineering degree or bachelor\’s degree, but you can get a certificate. However, with such a certificate, they can practice their field in the same way as a graduate engineer. [Many seniors can be in the workforce of many companies for a few days or hours a week after graduating from a third generation college. They do not have to stay home in retirement and wait for their children or grandchildren to visit them.
In addition, getting an education this way encourages brain cells to keep working and can prevent many health complications as a senior.