Bo Guagua studied at the prestigious Harrow School, the same school Heywood attended, before completing a degree at Oxford University, receiving a 2:1 mark (the second highest grade available) in PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics).
However, the Telegraph reports that his time at the college was not without controversy. He gained a reputation for "throwing champagne and shisha parties in college rooms," driving a Ferrari, and making flashy displays of wealth. Unfortunately he failed to impress his tutors (who “speak quite openly about their disdain for him”), and was eventually suspended for a year.
It appears that a visit from the Chinese ambassador may have convinced Balliol College to give him another chance. The school refused to give him a recommendation for the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, however — but he was accepted anyway.