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Feb. 25, 2012 - Foreigners take over ETON: Most people would like to be able to say that they studied at Eton, probably the most famous school in the world numbering twenty Prime Ministers and famous writers such as Shelley, Fielding, Huxley and Orwell amongst its ex-pupils. Now theCollege is opening its gates for summer holiday courses which will give many people a chance to fulfill their wish, even if it is only for a week or fortnight

Feb. 25, 2012 - Foreigners take over ETON: Most people would like to be able to say that they studied at Eton, probably the most famous school in the world numbering twenty Prime Ministers and famous writers such as Shelley, Fielding, Huxley and Orwell amongst its ex-pupils. Now theCollege is opening its gates for summer holiday courses which will give many people a chance to fulfill their wish, even if it is only for a week or fortnight Stock Photo
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3735 x 5094 px | 31.6 x 43.1 cm | 12.5 x 17 inches | 300dpi

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25 February 2012

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Feb. 25, 2012 - Foreigners take over ETON: Most people would like to be able to say that they studied at Eton, probably the most famous school in the world numbering twenty Prime Ministers and famous writers such as Shelley, Fielding, Huxley and Orwell amongst its ex-pupils. Now theCollege is opening its gates for summer holiday courses which will give many people a chance to fulfill their wish, even if it is only for a week or fortnight. More than200 foreign students, aged 13to24, are living for three holiday weeks in the College, studying English and enjoying sports facilities supervised by Eton masters. Later this summer a wide range of holiday courses, everything from golf to French, will be enjoyed by visiting students. Picture shows 18 year old Adrian Gardner, an Eton pupil takes foreign students on a conducted tour of the College. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)

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