Tokyo Medical U Admits Women It Discriminated Against

November 9, 2018

Tokyo Medical University has offered spots to 101 women who were discriminated against when they applied, The Washington Post reported. The women were rejected during a period in which the university lowered the scores of women on entrance exams to assure that a majority of new students each year would be men. The university has now disavowed that policy.

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