The Financial Times, in partnership with Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, has extended its free access to FT.com for all 16-19 year old school students globally. Individual schools can register at ft.com/intlschools

The project is designed to help supplement classroom study and better prepare students for college and work, according to the paper. In addition to being able to read content on ft.com, students will get a weekly curated email with content that is relevant to their school curriculum. “We are thrilled to be in a position to offer free FT journalism to students around the world,” said Caspar de Bono, the FT’s B2B managing director. “We hope to emulate the success of the UK schools initiative which has resulted in over 1,400 secondary schools and colleges and over 13,000 students gaining free access to FT content.”

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