Tetsuo Yukioka (left), managing director of Tokyo Medical University, and Keisuke Miyazawa, vice-president of Tokyo Medical University. Photo: Reuters

Women who were blocked from Japanese medical school seek compensation after test results were altered

  • The university admitted the process of altering the test scores of female applicants began in 2006
  • Probe said the school had disqualified about a quarter of female applicants who should have been offered places in 2017-18
Topic |   Gender equality

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Tetsuo Yukioka (left), managing director of Tokyo Medical University, and Keisuke Miyazawa, vice-president of Tokyo Medical University. Photo: Reuters
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