Uni chief's daughter keeps her spot

The daughter of the university boss at the centre of the UQ medical school nepotism scandal will keep her place because she "misled" no-one in her application.

Charlotte Greenfield was awarded a spot on the MBBS course in 2010 ahead of 343 better qualified candidates following the alleged intervention of her father, Professor Paul Greenfield, who was the university's vice chancellor.

According to the Crime and Misconduct report into the saga, Professor Greenfield was said to have phoned the dean of the medical school two days after his daughter