HC Deb 20 January 1949 vol 460 cc40-1W
20. Mr. Parker

asked the Minister of Education what facilities are provided in this country for the higher education of Polish ex-Service men and women; how standards compare with British entering similar schools and what success has been attained in attempts to place these Poles on leaving school.

Mr. Tomlinson

So far as my information goes facilities for Polish ex-Service men and women at universities and establishments of further education in this country are provided under the same conditions and standards as for ex-Service students from the United Kingdom. The information available on subsequent employment is incomplete, but it appears that the majority of students who complete courses are satisfactorily employed.