Oxford University denies plans to open campus in France post-Brexit

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The prestigious British university has denied press reports, citing a former ranking French education ministry official, that it plans to open a campus in France after Britain leaves the European Union in order to continue to receive EU funding, but said it is considering 'constructive and helpful proposals' on the issue of European financing.

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The UK’s oldest university has refuted claims that it is looking to open a campus in France, contrary to media speculation, reports City A.M.