Date
Monday 01 June 2020 - 09:00 to Wednesday 30 September 2020 - 23:00

This event took place on 11 June at 11am, UK time.

After the immediate Covid-19 crisis subsides, how will international higher education re-emerge and how will it have changed? This virtual session will answer these questions through analysis of student sentiment, gathered through British Council surveys, and our long-term forecasts of student mobility.

In this session - led by Matt Durnin, British Council - we’ll try to distinguish which changes will be temporary and which represent a more substantial paradigm shift.  The session will begin with a 10-minute animated presentation, followed by discussion with the audience. It will also include several live polls to gauge audience members’ own perceptions of how international education and mobility will change.

Speakers

Matt Durnin

International Education Services, British Council

Specialising in the economics of higher education, Matt leads a team of global British Council analysts to provide UK institutions with the data, analysis and insights required to succeed in the rapidly changing international education industry. Since joining the British Council in 2015, Matt has played a coordinating role in establishing more than 30 academic and research partnerships across 15 countries and has helped numerous universities form or revise their international strategies.

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