Education industry is one of the fastest developing sector worldwide, generating large scale revenues and employment. There have been major changes occurred in recent past in the structure and education technology driven by foreign education demand, e-learning and test preparation market. With the effect of globalization, the demand for better education has increased, largely through increased private participation. E-education market is a burgeoning segment with high growth potential in the industry. In 2007-08, US constituted 60% of the global market and Europe accounted for 15% market. In spite of the global economic downturn the number of students going to abroad for studies rising globally. The global education industry has experienced a rapid growth rate supported by rising awareness in developing countries (especially India & China).
Australia has developed an effective and efficient higher education system. Almost one million students enrolled in higher education in 2007, with an increase of almost 4.7% from the level in 2006. In Japan continuing education programs are most on demand due to rapidly aging population and offering opportunities for U.S. extension colleges and universities. Indonesia is regarded as one of the major markets for US educational institutes. There is increased demand in the private education market at the secondary and even primary education level in Korea. English is a very popular language for Belgian citizens, ESL courses has a bright future due to its rising demand in adults and children group.
In India, private sector has a strong hold in education industry starting from pre-schools to universities, formal IES accounts for almost US$~ billion, non-formal IES US$~billion and together almost US$~ billion in 2009.
The report analyzes the unique features of different regions which have contributed significantly to the “Global Education Sector” with a special focus on the possible opportunities for the private players. The markets which contribute to the global education sector include Ireland, EU and Asia-Pacific and also countries coved under these regions. The report also highlights the emerging market which has a huge potential to develop the education industry. The report also discusses the contribution of technology, recent trends and active players in the market. The report has also covered future forecast of education industry in different parts of the world.
- The Global education industry is the second-largest industry after healthcare. It had a market size of US$~ trillion in 2009 grew from US$~ trillion in 2007.
- In 2009, tuition income in Ireland reached to US$~ million, an increase of almost US$~ million from 2006/7, driven by increased number of students in this period.
- In 2009, 6.1 million students graduated in China. Till 1st of July, almost 68% of the students got employed. In comparison to the figures in 2008, there were 520,000 less students, still 68% of the students got employed.
- Indonesia is regarded as one of the major markets for US educational institutes.
- In 2008, the size of South Korea’s private education market is estimated to have grown to 30 trillion won (US$~ billion) from US$~ billion in 2007, with the English learning industry taking up nearly half of the market share.
- In India, Private sector has a strong hold in education industry starting from pre-schools to universities, formal IES accounts for almost US$~ billion, non-formal IES US$~ billion and together almost US$~ billion in 2009
- In terms of total education market revenue, K-12 contribution is the highest as the market size for K-12 school is the biggest in India as compared to other professional courses. By 2012 the overall pre-school market is expected to cross US$~ billion, the organized segment is expected to grow faster.
- Educomp is the industry leader in K-12 segment, also has an 18-24 month lead in multimedia within schools, its K-12 programme in India.
- The UK plays a significant role in contributing to the country’s economy. International students in the UK contribute nearly US$~ billion to the economy.
- There were over 430,000 faculties in around 25,000 schools in England and around 56,000 teachers in around 2,800 schools in Scotland in January 2009.
- Higher education sector contributed US$~ billion into the UK economy in 2008 while the economy generated around US$~ billion in 2005. Universities in the UK now generate a large amount for the UK economy. The sector even generated US$~ billion in 2007-08 in off-campus expenditure by attracting international student.
- In 2008-09, tuition fees raised revenue of US$~ billion for UK universities, which represents approximately 33% of the total university funding.
Scope of the Report
- Gives an overview of the Global Education sector, with discussion of India, China, Australia, Belgium, Europe, UK, Britain, Indonesia and Ireland.
- Analyses past performance, present market and future opportunities with reasons of change.
- Describes sector by detailed description of industry segments and market size. Provides formal and non-formal education industry size, also market size of its sub-segments like pre-school, K12, Higher education, test preparation, coaching classes, etc.
- Discusses industry players positioning, market share, profile and scope for foreign players.
- This research report helps to formulate strategies for the universities/Institutions looking to tap potential markets.
- Private education system
- Formal IES
- Non-formal IES (coaching classes
- test prepration market vocational training
- online education
- education material
- role of information and communication technology)
- K12 schools
- Tertiary Education
- Primary education
- Secondary Education
- higher education
- international studies
- franchisee market
- corporate training market
1.1 Market Overview and Size
1.2 Initiatives to Boost Education Industry
1.3 Global Tertiary Education Development
1.3.1 Student Population
1.3.2 Secondary Education Trends
1.4 International Students and Higher education
1.5 International Students in Ireland
1.5.1 Ireland Tuition Fee by Sector
2. Asia-Pacific Education Industry
2.1 Market Overview
2.2. Australia Education Industry
2.2.1 International Students in Australia
2.2.2 Vocational Education and Training (VET)
2.2.3 International Student Expenditure
126.96.36.199 Contribution to Australian Economy
188.8.131.52 International Student Employment Contribution
2.2.4 The Domestic Education Sector
184.108.40.206 Australia’s Higher Education Sector and Projections
220.127.116.11 Australia’s Vocational Education and Training
2.3.1 Industry Overview
2.3.2 Market Demand
2.4 China Education Industry
2.4.1 China's Private Education Sector and Investors Contribution
2.4.2 China Government spending on education
2.4.3 China's College Grad Employment Statistics
2.5 Indonesia Education Industry
2.5.1 Industry Overview
2.5.2 Market Demand
2.5.3 Market Entry for US Institutes in Indonesia
2.6 South Korea Education Industry
2.6.1 Industry Overview
2.6.2 Private Education Market Size and Demand
2.6.3 Korean Students Studying Abroad
3. Indian Education Industry
3.1 Industry Overview
3.2 Indian Education Industry Structure
3.3 Market Size and Demand
3.3.1 Private Education Sector in 2009
6.3.2 Total School Education in 2008 and Forecast
3.4 Preschool Market
3.4 K12 Schools
3.4.1 Future of K12
3.4.2 Multimedia in K12
3.4.3 K12 Industry Players
3.5 Higher Education
3.6 Non Formal IES
3.6.1 Coaching Classes
3.6.2 Test Preparation
3.6.3 Vocational Training
3.6.4 Online Education
3.6.5 Educational Material
3.7 Role of Information and Communication Technology
3.8. Industry Trends
3.8.1 K-12 segment Growth Potential
3.8.2 Development of Virtual and Technology Enabled Learning Solutions
3.8.3 Changing Era with IT Demand
3.8.4 Role of Corporate Investment in Education Sector
3.8.5 Technology Driving Education Industry Growth
3.8.6 Franchise Opportunities
3.9 Growth Potential for Foreign Universities in India
3.9.1 Indian Students Studying Abroad
3.9.2 Affordable Education and Students coming from Abroad to India
3.9.3 Partnership between Indian and Foreign Universities
3.9.4 Education expenditures in India
3.10 Corporate Training Market
3.11Everonn Systems India Limited
3.11.1 Business Overview
3.11.2 Financial Performance
3.11.3 Business Strategies
3.12 Educomp Solutions Limited
3.12.2 Financial Analysis
3.12.3 Business Strategies
3.13.2 Financial Performance
3.13.3 Business Strategies
4. European Union and Education
4.1 Industry Overview
4.2 Demand for Masters Degree in Europe
4.3 Belgium Education Sector
4.3.1 Industry Overview
4.3.2 Higher Education
4.3.3 Computer/Internet Access
4.3.4 Student Population
4.3.5 Belgium Industry Trends
18.104.22.168Growing Demand for E-Learning
22.214.171.124 English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses
4.4 UK Education Sector
4.4.2 UK Education Industry Demand and Size
126.96.36.199School and Intermediate Education
4.4.3Market Size and Developments
4.4.4 Trends and Developments in UK education industry
188.8.131.52UK's Education Players Targeting Overseas Education Market
184.108.40.206 Problems due to cutbacks in scholarship
220.127.116.11Higher Education Sector safe from Instable Economic Conditions
5. Global Players Profiles
5.1 Apollo Group, Inc.
5.1.1 Business Overview
5.1.2 Financial Performance
5.1.3 Business Strategies
5.2 Career Education Corporation (CEC)
5.2.1 Business Overview
5.2.2 Financial Performance
5.2.3 Business Strategies
5.3 Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
5.3.1 Business Overview
5.3.2 Financial Performance
5.3.3 Business Strategies
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure: Global Education Market by Value (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009)
Figure: Global Destinations for International Students in Higher education, 2007
Figure: Ireland Tuition Fee by Sector in 2009
Figure: China Government Spending on Education as a % of GDP (2004-2008)
Figure: Percentage of Indonesian students in the United States in 2008
Figure: South Korea Private Education Market by value (2007-2009)
Figure: Percent of South Korean Students Studying in the US in 2009
Figure: Indian Education Industry Structure
Figure: Franchise Model and Role of Franchise Investor
Figure: Private Education Industry Segmentation % in 2009
Figure: Pre-school Market and Forecast (2008-2014E)
Figure: Major Players Market Share in Pre-school Segment in 2009
Figure: K12 Schools Market Size (2008-2015E)
Figure: Share in ICT Education Market in 2007
Figure: ICT School Implementation by Market Players in 2010
Figure: Higher Education Enrollment Levels in 2006
Figure: Higher Education Industry Size in India (2008, 2013 & 2018)
Figure: Coaching Class Market by value (2008, 2009 & 2012E)
Figure: Coaching class Revenues by Segments in 2008
Figure: Vocational Education and Skill Development in 2008
Figure: Government Budget Allocations to ICT in Schools Project (2006-2008)
Figure: Opportunity for ICT players in 2007
Figure: Total IT Education in India (2007)
Figure: India based IT Training Providers Revenues (2000-2009)
Figure: Indian ITS Industry (2005-2007)
Figure: Indian IT Training Industry
Figure: US Students Coming to India
Figure: Everonn Consolidated Revenue (2004-2009)
Figure: Everonn Standlone Financials (2009-2010)
Figure: Educomp Revenue Mix in 2009 (%)
Figure: Educomp Net Sales and Net Profit (2009&2010E)
Figure: NIIT Revenues (2006-2010)
Figure: Belgium Student Population in 2008
Figure: UK University Revenue by Sources in % (2007/08)
Figure: CEC Revenues and Net Income (2005-2009)
Figure: Bridgepoint Education Revenues (2007-2009)
LIST OF TABLES
Table: Global Tertiary Enrolment by Region (1970-2007)
Table: International Student Comparison Ireland and New Zealand (2009/10)
Table: Australia International student enrolments and commencements by sector in 2009
Table: Student enrolment Growth Forecast by Sector in Australia (2010,2015 &2020)
Table: International Student expenditure in Australia (2007-08)
Table: Australia, Economic Contribution of International Students, 2007-08
Table: Other Educational Services Income in Australia (2005-2008)
Table: Projected Student Demand and Implied Labour Market Demand for Qualification (2008- 2015E)
Table: Australia, Public University Students Number by State (2006&2007)
Table: Australia, VET Student Numbers by State 2006 & 2007
Table: Participation Rate in continuing Education Classes in 2008
Table: Korean University Students Studying Overseas (2006&2009)
Table: Indian Education Industry Revenues and Forecast (2009&2012E)
Table: Indian Education Industry Revenues in 2008
Table: Indian Education Industry revenues by Break-up in 2007
Table: Number of Private K12 schools in India in 2008
Table: Total Number of Schools in India in 2007
Table: Indian Students going to US
Table: Govt. Expenditure on Education by sector 2007-2008
Table: Private Equity Deals in the Education Sector
Table: Sources of income for UK HEIs 2007/08 and 2008/09 (US$ billion)
Table: Estimated Sources of University Income (2007/2008)
Table: All student enrolments on HE courses by level of study, mode of study and domicile 2004/05 to 2008/09
Table: Apollo Group Revenues by Reportable Segments (2008-2010)
How are the markets the report sets out to
size defined? Where you are drawing the parameters please?
There are different methods we use to analyse market that depends upon the nature of the industry. “Global Education Sector and Changing Trends” highly depends upon macro economic factors.
Data has been derived from using both secondary and primary sources also used some government sources and estimates.
Different parameters which help to analyse the market are:
Secondary Sources: Through associations, magazines, news reports, paid sources and government sites (UNESCO, UGC, Business Council, cabinet office, etc.). We have collected the market information and then interpret at our ground with the support of primary data collected by our dedicated team of analysts, using analysis tools like SPSS and hypothesis testing (in case of instable sector performance and economic status).
Primary Sources: Our primary data collection team interviewed top level of industry experts also taking feedback by sending E-copy of the questionnaire. This raw information is then transferred to the analysis team, who find out the authenticity of the data by comparing with the data collected from the secondary sources.
But before coming to the conclusion we analyse the macroeconomic environment of the specific country and find out independent variables (Gross Domestic Product, Population by Demography, Government Spending on Education, Foreign student population, etc.) affecting dependent variables (Public and private Education revenues by segmentation, Market Forecast, and other required information).
Player’s market share has been derived by calculating individual company revenue from the total market by value.
|Question||Does the report contain information on the English Training Market in Asia?|
|Answer||Unfortunately the report does not include information on the English Training Market in Asia.|