Matt Durnin

British Council

Specialising in the economics of education, Matt Durnin works with analysts across the globe to provide UK clients with the data, analysis and insights required to succeed in a rapidly changing education sector. In his time at the British Council he has helped UK institutions to develop their international strategies and identify new partnerships and growth opportunities in transnational education. Before joining the British Council, Matt worked as a research consultant delivering in-depth analysis on a broad range of topics and industries in China and East Asia. He has also held the posts of Associate Editor and Visiting Researcher at a US policy journal and think tank, where his work focused on China’s foreign policy and technological innovation in the space and defence industries. His research and writing have been published by ‘The Wall Street Journal’, the BBC, ‘The Journal of Strategic Studies’, the National Bureau of Asian Research, and the ‘Naval War College Review’.



Presentations by Matt Durnin
Leading, but in which direction? Comparing emerging models for transnational education partnerships in the US, UK and Australia
Thursday 17 October 2:15pm to 3:30pm