The Report “Education Industry in Europe” offers a comprehensive analysis of education industry growth in various parts of the region (Belgium, UK and Britain). The report analysis the market trends as well as the challenges posed by the global economic slowdown, amongst the others. The global industry has mainly been driven by the increasing urbanization and globalization. The report also throws light upon the recent industry trends/issues accounting for changes in demand. It analyzes the global market in the context of growth patterns of the industry, European market, and changes by geography. Further, the study analyzes the performance and functioning of the leading players in the Global education industry.
Worldwide, 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. These days higher education sector has grown from 101 million students in 2000 to 153 million students in 2007.
At present two thirds of international students are located in six major destination countries: USA; UK; France; Australia; Germany and Japan with Canada, South Africa, the Russian Federation and Italy also hosting significant numbers.
EU educational activities and programs are focused on pan-European educational reform. Masters degree has become an important part of the education in the region with continuously growing demand. In Europe, Belgium has the highest standard of the education, comprised of all of the public and private institutions and providers who engage in educational activities.
- As of June 2010, a record shows that 8,113,200 Belgian use the Internet. A recent survey indicated that 77% of people who have Internet access at home use a broadband connection.
- Belgium currently has a population of approximately ~ million people, or which ~% are younger than 20 years old.
- 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. There is also a market opportunity for companies to offer specialized language training programs for professionals that are more in-depth and industry-specific.
- 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
- Performance of Masters Degree in Europe helps the industry players to analyses further scope in the market and directs to make strategies.
- The number of student population in Belgium highlights the need of new teaching techniques and bright future of vocational training market.
- Growing E-learning demand helps the IT players to build new technologies which will give an ease and build the E-learning industry stronger.
- UK education statistics helps the private players to formulate strategies
- English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses
- School and Intermediate Educationa and higher education,Tertiary Education
- Secondary Education.
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
2. European Union and Education
2.1 Industry Overview
2.2 Demand for Masters Degree in Europe
3. Belgium Education Sector
3.1 Industry Overview
3.2 Higher Education
3.4 Student Population
3.5 Belgium Industry Trends
3.5.1Growing Demand for E-Learning
3.5.2 English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses
4. UK Education Sector
4.1 Industry Structure
4.2 UK Education Industry Demand and Size
4.2.1 School and Intermediate Education
4.2.2 Higher Education
4.2.3Market Size and Developments
4.2.4 Education Statistics
4.4 Trends and Developments in UK education industry
4.4.1UK's Education Players Targeting Overseas Education Market
4.4.2 Problems due to cutbacks in scholarship
4.4.3 Higher 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: 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: Sources of income for UK HEIs 2007/08 and 2008/09 (US$ billion)
Table: Estimated Sources of University Income (2007/2008)
Table: UK, 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)