§ 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 41W 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.