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IT blunder releases names of those receiving hardship bursary.

IT blunder releases names of those receiving hardship bursary.

Oxford University was forced to apologise for an IT blunder which revealed the names of all the students receiving a hardship bursary.

Administrative officials accidentally leaked a confidential list of nearly 500 students who were enrolled on the Moritz-Heyman Scholarship Programme.

One second-year scholar said they were “astounded” to find out about the leak, adding: “This was private information that had been entrusted to them".

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