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Grammar schools to teach Chinese students to apply for Briyish Universities.

Grammar schools to teach Chinese students to apply for Briyish Universities.

Ten state grammar schools are in talks to be paid to teach thousands of Chinese teenagers looking to apply to British universities.

The plans, reported by The Sunday Times, involve 16 and 17-year-olds from China being taught A-levels for up to six months and given help to apply to UK universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, from next September.

The payment per pupil, due to be negotiated this month, could be up to £2,000 per sixth-former for a six-month stay.

This money would then be ploughed back into hiring extra teachers in a bid to compensate for funding cuts imposed by the Government in recent years.

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