Doctor Mahdi Dahmardeh is Lecturer and Faculty Member at the University of Tehran, The Islamic Republic of Iran.

Dr Dahmardeh received his BA in English Language Translation. In 2005, the very same year when he received his BA, he went to Great Britain to pursuit his higher education. Dr Dahmardeh has received his MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language within 10 months from the University of Lancaster. He then started doing a PhD at the University of Warwick in 2006. Due to the high efforts that he put into education, he successfully finished the PhD studies within couple of years and ten months. Dr Dahmardeh has got a PhD in 3 majors; Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Applied Linguistics and Education.

In 2017,  he was awarded a Fellowship by Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies (KFAS) to undertake a research project on Culture and Teaching Foreign Languages at Korea University.

His specialty is Cultural Linguistics and his interest particularly lies in curriculum development along with research on coursebooks/textbooks for foreign language teaching. He's also interested in research on the role of culture in teaching foreign languages as well as EAP/ESP & Study Skills.