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Universities barred from offering extra benefits to prospects

Tony 2015-07-10 17:18:19
Universities are not allowed to luring students with unreasonable perks such as excessive scholarships or placement promises, the Ministry of Education announced on Wednesday in a notice regulating university recruitment.

Universities should not attract students with improper benefits, including preadmission contracts, large scholarships or promises that they can choose different majors after enrollment, the ministry said.

The notice was released after two prestigious schools in Beijing - Tsinghua University and Peking University - criticized each other in an effort to attract the top scorers on the gaokao, China's national college entrance exam.

In late June, recruiting teams at Tsinghua and Peking posted micro blogs that accused each other of "buying" students and making promises that couldn't be fulfilled, such as transferring students into more desirable programs after enrollment.

Both universities denied the accusations in online responses, claiming that they had strictly followed recruitment rules.

It is not the first time that universities have battled for the country's top students. Recruitment teams typically phone top students before scores are even released, offering them campus tours and inquiring about their preferred programs.

Recruiting teams at two universities in Guangdong province were reported to have besieged a highly sought student at the gaokao.

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