Head challenges Oxbridge choice

14th September 2001 at 01:00
A private school head has challenged Oxford and Cambridge Universities to prove they do not reject British students in favour of foreigners who pay higher fees. Gwen Randall, headteacher of Framlingham College in Suffolk, admitted her evidence was anecdotal but said five of her top British pupils were rejected this year, while four non-EU students with lower grades were accepted.

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