The education ministry will freeze its plan to allow graduates of international schools taught in English to take entrance exams at government-funded universities without having to take “daiken” pre-admission tests, according to ministry sources.

The move follows a wave of public criticism and protests from non-English international schools for being excluded from the plan.

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