Tetsuo Yukioka (left), managing director of Tokyo Medical University, and Keisuke Miyazawa, acting president of the university, bow at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters

Tokyo medical school admits rigging exams to curb women’s enrolment

An investigation reveals a pattern of deducting exam points from female candidates who ‘would tend to resign’ after getting married or giving birth

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Tetsuo Yukioka (left), managing director of Tokyo Medical University, and Keisuke Miyazawa, acting president of the university, bow at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters
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