The UK and China have very strong ties in the educational field, with over 100,000 Chinese students currently studying in the UK, 50,000 of them in UK universities. The question is, how can UK institutions continue to benefit from China’s fascination with British culture and education?

The Education Forum invites individuals interested in the Chinese educational sector as well as the following main groups of members: foreign-owned schools operating in Beijing; education and training providers, ranging from importers of educational materials through to English language schools; awarding bodies of UK qualifications; UK education providers targeting Chinese students and education consultants.

The forum’s goal is to conduct strategic communications in order to inform members of policies and specific business opportunities relating to the education sector and to organise events promoting UK education providers in China.

To learn more or to join this forum, please email

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Education Forum Chairs

Qu-Min.pngQu Min
Min is Regional Director of Cambridge Assessment. Formerly, in 2001, she set up London Metropolitan University's presence in China (via CBBC's Launchpad) and her remit was later extended to cover HK, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Burma and Mongolia. She has an MA in HRM from the University of Hertfordshire.

Edu-2.jpgSuzi Roberts

Suzi has lived and worked in Beijing since 1991 and is currently the Director of Communications and Advancement at the Western Academy of Beijing. An education professional with over 20 years experience, Suzi has worked in senior leadership roles in both business and non-profit sectors, and represented schools in community, media and government affairs.