The Sutton Trust publishes new analysis of the benefits of its US summer school programme by the Boston Consulting Group showing that the programme generates a tenfold return on its costs. Those attending the programme who end up studying in the US are likely to see their lifetime earnings after inflation increased by at least £57,000 compared with going to a leading UK university outside Oxbridge, and save nearly £40,000 in student loans. The Sutton Trust funds places on the scheme to the tune of £3500 per student. The BCG calculation assumes increased discounted lifetime earnings of £57,000 with net savings in student loans on average of £39,000