Saturday, January 23, 2016

French University President Charged In Trading Admission For Sex

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The former president of a university in southern France is currently standing trial on charges he accepted sexual favors and bribes from several Chinese students in exchange for admission.

The Chinese students “barely” spoke French but Laroussi Oueslati, the ex-president of the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises, in Toulon, France, granted them admission, anyway, according to a Le Monde-based account in The Telegraph.

The school over which Oueslati presided is an academically-selective graduate school of management.

Prosecutors say he granted admission to the students if they paid him a bribe of 3,000 euros — currently about $3,300.

Some students say they also engaged in “intimate relations” with Oueslati as part of their shady admissions deals.  (more...)

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