Tokyo medical school offers places to women after sexism scandal

Japanese university announces it will accept women unfairly rejected in favour of male candidates

A Japanese medical school at the centre of a sexism row has offered places to dozens of women who were unfairly rejected in favour of male candidates.

Tokyo Medical University said this week that it would accept women whose exam scores were deliberately marked down to restrict the number of female students.

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