Global Education Industry Forecast to 2016 - Focus on Emerging Markets

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The report titled “Global Education Industry Forecast to 2016 – Focus on Emerging Markets” provides a comprehensive study on the pre-primary, elementary, secondary, higher education, vocational training, ICT and E-learning sector by enrollments and market size in value terms. The report discusses in detail the market size and future prospects of Global, Europe (Central, Eastern and Western), North America, Latin America and Caribbean, Asia-Pacific and Middle East & African Education Industry. The report also entails market prospects of e-learning industry in several emerging economies.

The report provides an insight on Developed Markets such as The US, Japan and the UK and Emerging Markets such as India, China –Hong Kong, Poland and South Africa. In the mentioned sections, the aforesaid countries are discussed in detail with focus on understanding market size of pre-primary, elementary, secondary, higher education, e-learning, ICT and vocational training segment. These segments include total number of enrollments, number of schools, pupil teacher ratio, and education expenditure and tuition fees. Additionally, report has covered industry trends and developments, driving forces, macro economy environment and profile of major school chains and universities in different country.

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Pre Primary Education Sector, Primary Education Sector, Secondary Education Sector, Tertiary Education Sector, E Learning Market, Vocational Education and Training Market, Post Secondary Education, ICT Market, Tuition/Coaching Market, Skill Development Market
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1. Global Education Industry

1.1. Industry Overview
1.2. Industry By Revenue and Number of Enrollments

1.2.1. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2011

Global Pre-primary Education Sector

Global Primary Education Sector

Global Secondary Education Sector
Global Tertiary Education Sector

1.3. Global Education Market Segmentation By Region, 2011
1.4. Global Education Market Trends and Developments

Rising Number of International Students for Higher Education

Evolving Global E-learning Market with Compelling Growth Potential

Growing Vocational Education and Training Market (VET)

Rising Birth Rate in Developing Nations Driving Pre-primary Education Demand

Growing Middle Class Population

1.5. Global Education Market Forecast 2012-2016

2. Developed Markets

2.1. The US Education Industry

2.1.1. Industry Overview

The US Education Industry Structure

2.1.2. The US Education Market Size, 2006-2011

By Enrollments, 2006-2011

2.1.3. The US Education Market Segmentation, 2006-2011

By Pre-primary, Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) and Post-Secondary Revenue, 2006-2011

2.1.4. Pre-primary Education Market

Market Introduction

Pre-primary Education Market Size, 2006-2011

Pre-primary Enrollments, 2006-2011

Pre-primary Future Projections, 2012-2016

2.1.5. Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Market

Market Introduction

Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Market Size, 2006-2011

Public Elementary and secondary (K-12) Education Enrollments and Tuition Fee, 2006-2011
Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2012-2016

2.1.6. Post-Secondary Education Market

Market Introduction

Post-Secondary Market Size By Revenue, 2006-2011

Post-Secondary Enrollments and Average Tuition Fee, 2006-2011

Post-Secondary Education Market Future Projections, 2012-2016

2.1.7. The US E-Learning Market Size and Future Projections, 2006-2016

2.1.8. Profile of Major Players in the US Education industry

By Education Companies

By Universities

2.1.9. The US Education Market Trends and Developments

Rising Number of Foreign Students Facilitating the Growth of Education System

Surging Sales of Digital Text Books in Higher Education

Growing Usage of Textbook on Rent in Higher Education Market

Favorable Government Initiative Presents Suitable Environment for the Education Industry in the US

High Dropout Rates Challenging the Future of the Education Industry of the US

2.1.10. Macro Economic and Industry Indicators: Historical and Projections

Population, 2005-2015

Personal Disposable Income, 2005-2015

Internet Users in the US, 2005-2015

Dropout Rates, 2005-2010

Immigrants Population in the US, 2005-2010

2.1.11. The US Education Market Future Outlook and Future Projections by Value, 2012-2016

Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Variables in the US Education Market

2.2. Japan Education industry

2.2.1. Industry Overview

2.2.2. Japan Education Industry Market Size, 2006-2011

2.2.3. Japan Education Industry Segments, 2006-2011

By Pre-primary Public Elementary, Secondary Education (K-12) and Post Secondary Revenue, 2006-2010

2.2.4. Pre-primary Education Sector

Pre-primary Education Market Size, 2006-2011

Pre-primary Enrollments, 2006-2010

Pre-primary Future Projections, 2012-2015

2.2.5. Elementary/Primary Education Sector

Elementary/ Primary Education Market Size, 2006-2011

Primary Education Sector Enrollments, 2006-2010

Primary Education Sector Future Projections, 2012-2015

2.2.6. Secondary Education Sector

Secondary Education Market Size, 2006-2011

Secondary Education Sector Enrollments, 2006-2010

Secondary Education Market Future Projections, 2012-2015

2.2.7. Japan Higher Education Sector

Higher Education Market Size, 2006-2011

Higher Education Sector Enrollments, 2006-2011

Higher Education Market Future Projections, 2012-2015

2.2.8. Profile of Major Universities in Japan

2.2.9. Japan Education Industry Trends and Developments

Falling Birth Rate and Rapidly Aging Population

Mounting Focus on Improving English Language in Japan’s Schools

Growing Popularity of High School Enrollment Support Fund System

Synergies from Japan-UK Partnership

Rising Awareness through Tie-up of Japan-US for Teacher Exchange Program
Surging Education Expenditure in Japan

2.2.10. Macro Economy and Industry Indicators: Historical and Projections

GDP Recovery and Growth, 2006-2011

Population, 2006-2011

Popularity of Mobile Internet in Japan, Sep 2010-Mar 2011

2.2.11. Japan Education Industry Future Projections, 2012-2015

2.3. The UK Education Industry

2.3.1. Industry Overview

2.3.2. The UK Education Market Size, 2008-2011

By Schools and Enrollments, 2008-2011

2.3.3. ICT in Schools, 2006-2011

2.3.4. The UK Higher Education Industry Overview

The UK Higher Education Industry Market size, 2006-2015F

Tuition Fees, 2010

2.3.5. Industry Trends and Developments

Allotment of Funds to Academies

Tutoring Attracts Private Equity and Trade Investors

Rising Number of the UK Ed-Tech Start-Ups

Education Industry Experiencing Collaborations and Merger Deals

2.3.6. Profile of Major Players in the UK Education Industry

By Universities

2.3.7. Macro Economy and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections

Internet Users in the UK

Population, 2006-2011

GDP, 2006-2011

Rising Per Capita Income

International Student Population in the UK, 2008-2010

3. Emerging markets

3.1. Indian Education Market

3.1.1. Industry Overview

Indian Education Industry Structure

3.1.2. Indian Education Market Size

By Total Fee Spent on Education, FY’2008-FY’2011
3.1.3. Indian Education Market Segmentation

3.1.3.1. By Age Group, FY’2011

3.1.3.2. By Gender

3.1.3.3. By Type of Education

Formal Education Market Size and Projections, FY’2008-FY’2017

3.1.3.4. Formal Education Market Segmentation, FY’2008-FY’2017

K-12 Market Size and Future Projections by Value, FY’2008-FY’2017

Higher Education Market Size, FY’2008-FY’2017

3.1.3.5. Non-Formal Market Size and Projections FY’2008-FY’2017

3.1.3.6. Non Formal Education Market Segmentation

Pre-school Market Size by Value FY’2008-FY’2017

Market Share of Major Players in Pre- school Market, 2009 and 2011

ICT Market Size and Future Projections by Value, FY’2008- FY’2017

Market Share of Major Players in ICT Market, FY’2011

Tuition/Coaching Market Size and Future Projections by Value, FY’2008-FY’2017

Skill Development Market Size and Future Projections by Value, FY’2008-FY’2017

3.1.4. Indian Education Market Trends and Development

Fast Growing Indian E-Learning Market Set for Consolidation

Government Expenditure on Education Set to Increase

Focus on technology and IT Infrastructure in K-12 Segment

Supplementary Teaching and Teacher Training

Development of Virtual and Technology Enabled Learning Solution

Technology Driving Education Industry Growth

Preference for Private Education

3.1.5. Indian Education Market Future Outlook and Projections, FY’2012-FY’2017

3.1.6. Indian Education Market Company Profiles

3.1.6.1. Everonn Systems India Limited

Company Overview

Business Strategies

Financial Performance

3.1.6.2. Educomp Solution Limited

Company Overview

Business Strategies

Financial Performance

3.1.6.3. NIIT

Company Overview

Business Strategies

Financial Performance

3.2. China Education Industry

3.2.1. Industry overview

3.2.2. China Education Industry Segmentation

3.2.2.1. Pre-primary Education Market, 2007-2011

3.2.2.2. Elementary and Secondary Education Market, 2007-2010

3.2.2.3. Post Secondary education market, 2007-2010

China’s College Grad Employment Statistics

3.2.3. China Education Industry Trends and Development

Influence of E-learning over Digital Publishing Industry in China

ICT Demand and Importance of Internet

Rising Number of Foreign Students in China

China Government Spending on Education

China English Language Education

China's Private Education Sector and Investors Contribution

3.2.4. Country Analysis
3.2.4.1. Key Findings

3.2.4.2. Political Environment

3.2.4.3. Macro-Economic Indicators: Historical and Projections

GDP Recovery and Growth, 2003-2011

Population and Literacy Rate, 2003-2011

Disposable Income, 2006-2011

Urbanization, 2003-2011

3.2.5. Hong Kong Education Market Introduction

3.2.5.1. Hong Kong Pre-primary Education Market Size, FY’2007-FY’2012P

3.2.5.2. Primary Education Market Introduction and Size, FY’2007-FY’2012P

3.2.5.3. Secondary Education Market

Secondary Education Market Introduction and Size, FY’2007-FY’2012P

3.2.6. Hong Kong Education Industry Trends and Developments

Government Expenditure on Education

Opportunities in Corporate Training Market

Hong Kong Evolving into a Preferred Destination for Overseas Institutions

Low Birth Rate-A Challenge for Educational Institutions

ICT Market

3.2.7. Hong Kong Macro-Economy

Hong Kong GDP Performance, 2007-2011

Population, 2006-Mid 2012

3.3. Poland

3.3.1. Industry Overview
Poland Education Structure

3.3.2. Poland Education market segmentation

3.3.2.1. Poland Pre-primary Education market

Student enrollments

Market Size of Pre-primary Education Sector, 2006-2016
Childcare Market

3.3.2.2. Poland Elementary and Secondary Education Market, 2006-2011

3.3.2.3. Poland Higher Education Market, 2006-2010

Cost of Higher Education in Poland

Leading Universities in Poland

3.3.3. Industry Driving Factors

Economy Growth
Population and Employment Rates
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Trends

Changing Lifestyle

3.3.4. Opportunities and Reforms

Multimedia in Pre-schools

Demand for English Teaching

High Expectations from Poland in EU Education Goals

Benefit of Pre-primary Education opens new doors

Development of skills and competences in the regions

Use of Technology in Junior Level

Education Structural Reforms

3.3.5. Market Restraints

Low Pre-school Attendance rates

Education of children at risk of social exclusion

Lack of Pre-schools in Rural Areas

3.3.6. Macro-economic Indicators: Historical and Projections

Basic Statistics

Employment Structure by Sectors of the Economy

3.3.7. Competitive Landscape

Private Schools/Institutions

3.4. South Africa Education Industry

3.4.1. Industry Overview

Medium of Instructions

Multi-Grade Classes

3.4.2. South Africa Education Industry Market Size, 2005 – 2010

Number of Learners, Educators, Educational Institutions, 2005-2010

South African Students Travelling Overseas for Education, 2008-2009

International Students in South Africa, 2009

Total Tuition Fee Spent on Education, 2008-2010

3.4.3. South Africa Education Industry Market Segmentation

By Number of Learners in Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, 2005-2010

By Tuition Fee Spending in Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, 2008-2010

3.4.3.1. Pre-primary Education Sector

Market Introduction

Pre-primary Education Sector Size, 2005-2010

Total Tuition Fee Spent on Pre-primary Education, 2005-2010

Grade 1 Learners in Ordinary Schools who have attended a Pre-primary Programme

3.4.3.2. Primary Education Sector

Market Introduction

Primary Education Sector Size, 2005-2010

3.4.3.3. Secondary Education Sector

Market Introduction
Secondary Education Sector Size, 2005-2010

3.4.3.4. Higher Education and Training Sector

Market Introduction

Higher Education and Training Sector Size, 2005-2010

Higher Education and Training Sector Segmentation

3.4.4. Teacher Training Market

3.4.5. Private Tutoring Market

3.4.6. Online Education Market

3.4.7. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Market

3.4.8. South Africa Education Industry Trends and Developments

Increasing Government Support and Emphasis on Education

Rising Number of Challenges Impeding the Growth of Education system

Prevailing Education Inequality in the Country

Poor Academic Performance

3.4.9. South Africa Education Industry Future Outlook

Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors Prevailing in South Africa Education Industry

3.4.10. South Africa Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections

Population till 25 years, 2005-2015

Government Expenditure on Education Industry, 2005-2015

Total Births Per Annum

4. Global Education Market Company Profile

4.1. Apollo Group, Inc.

4.1.1. Business Overview

4.1.2. Financial Performance

4.1.3. Business Strategies

4.2. Career Education Corporation (CEC)

4.2.1. Business Overview

4.2.2. Financial Performance

4.2.3. Business Strategies

4.3. Bridgepoint Education, Inc.

4.3.1. Business Overview

4.3.2. Financial Performance

4.3.3. Business Strategies

5. Appendix

5.1. Market Definition

School Year

Fiscal Year (FY)

5.2. Market Abbreviations

5.3. Research Methodology
Data Collection Methods

Approach

5.4. Disclaimer

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Global Education Market Size in USD Billion, 2006-2011
Figure 2: Global Education Spending by Public and Private Sector in Percentage, 2011
Figure 3: Global E-Learning Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2016
Figure 4: Global Education Market Future Projection by Value, 2012-2016
Figure 5: The US Education Market Structure
Figure 6: The US Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Billion and Number of Enrollments in Thousands, 2006-2011

Figure 7: The US Education Industry Segmentation by Revenue in Pre-primary, Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) and Post-Secondary, 2006-2011
Figure 8: The US Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011
Figure 9: Pre-primary Education Market Size by Number of Enrollments, 2006-2011
Figure 10: The US Pre-primary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2016

Figure 11: Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Market Size by Revenue, 2006-2011
Figure 12: Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Average Tuition fee in USD and Number of Enrollments, 2006-2011
Figure 13: The US Public Elementary and Secondary Education (K-12) Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2016

Figure 14: The US Post-Secondary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011

Figure 15: Post-Secondary Average Tuition Fee in USD and Number of Enrollments, 2006-2011

Figure 16: The US Post-Secondary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2016
Figure 17: The US E-Learning Market Size and Future Projections, 2006-2016

Figure 18: The Number of Foreign Students Studying in the US in 2006-2011

Figure 19: The US Population, 2005-2015

Figure 20: Personal Disposable Income in the US, 2005-2015

Figure 21: Internet Users in the US, 2005-2015

Figure 22: Dropout Rates in the US, in Percentage, 2005-2010

Figure 23: Immigrant Population in the US, in Million, 2005-2010

Figure 24: The US Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2016
Figure 25: Japan Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011

Figure 26: Total Enrollments in K-12 and Universities in Japan, 2006-2011

Figure 26: Japan Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue 2006-2011

Figure 28: Japan Pre-primary Enrollments, 2006-2010

Figure 29: Japan Pre-primary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2015

Figure 30: Japan Primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011

Figure 31: Japan Primary Education Enrollments, 2006-2010

Figure 32: Japan Primary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2015

Figure 33: Japan Secondary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011

Figure 34: Japan Secondary Education Enrollments in 2006-2010

Figure 35: Japan Secondary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2015

Figure 36: Japan Higher Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2011

Figure 37: Japan Higher Education Enrollments, 2006-2011

Figure 38: Japan Higher Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2015

Figure 39: Japan Birth Rate, 2006-2011

Figure 40: Japan Aging Population (65+ years old), 2006-2010

Figure 41: Education Expenditure in Japan, 2006-2010

Figure 42: Japan GDP (at Current Prices), 2006-2011

Figure 43: Japan Total Population, 2006-2011

Figure 44: Japan Education Market Forecast on the Basis of Revenue, 2012-2015

Figure 45: The UK ICT Market Size, Historical and Present, 2006-2011

Figure 46: Revenues Earned by the UK Universities, 2007-2015F

Figure 47: Internet Users (Adults) in the UK, 2006-2010

Figure 48: Total Population in the UK, 2006-2011

Figure 49: UK’s GDP at Current Prices, 2006-2011

Figure 50: Number of Non-EU Students in the UK, 2008-2010

Figure 51: Indian Education Market Structure

Figure 52: Indian Education Market Size on the Basis of Total Fee Spent on Education in USD Million, FY’2008-FY’2011

Figure 53: Indian Formal Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent on Education, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 54: K-12 Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent on Education, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 55: Total Number of Enrollments in Private Schools in K-12, FY’2008-FY’2011 129
Figure 56: Indian Higher Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 57: Indian Non Formal Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 58: Indian Pre School Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY‘2017

Figure 59: Number of Pre School Enrollments in Units, FY’2008-FY‘2011

Figure 60: Market Share of Major Players in Indian Pre-school Market on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage, 2009

Figure 61: Market Share of Major Players in Indian Pre-school Market on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage, 2011

Figure 62: Indian ICT Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY'2017

Figure 63: Market Share of Major Players in ICT Market on the Basis of Sales in Percentage, 2011

Figure 64: Indian Tuition/Coaching Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 65: Indian Skill development Education Market Size and Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent, FY’2008-FY’2017

Figure 66: Indian Skill Development Market Segmentation by Type of Training on the Basis of Sales in Percentage, FY’2008-FY’2011

Figure 67: Indian E-learning Education Market Size, FY’2008-FY’2012

Figure 68: Indian Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Total Fee Spent on Education, FY’2012-FY’2017

Figure 69: Everonn Revenue, FY’2005-FY’2011

Figure 70: Educomp Revenue, FY’2006-FY’2011

Figure 71: NIIT Revenue, FY’2006-FY’2011

Figure 72: Number of Pre-schools and Enrollments in China, 2007-2010

Figure 73: China Pre-primary Education Market, 2007-2011

Figure 74: Number of Elementary and Secondary School Enrollments in China, 2007-2010
Figure 75: China Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments and Revenue Generated, 2007-2010

Figure 76: Digital Publishing industry in China, 2010 & 2011

Figure 77: Total Internet and Mobile Phone Users in China, 2006-2010

Figure 78: China ICT Market Size by Value, 2009 & 2010

Figure 79: Number of Foreign Students in China, 2006-2011

Figure 80: Government Expenditure on Education in China, 2006-2011

Figure 81: China’s Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices, 2003-2011

Figure 82: Population in China, 2003-2011

Figure 83: Literacy Rate in China (2003-2010)

Figure 84: China Per-Capita Disposable Income in Rural Areas, 2006-2011E

Figure 85: China Urban per Capita Disposable Income (2003-2011)

Figure 86: Hong Kong Pre-primary Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments, Teachers and Educational Institutions (2007, 2011, 2012P)

Figure 87: Hong Kong Primary Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments, Repeaters and Educational Institutions, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 88: Hong Kong Secondary Education Industry Market by Number of Enrollments, Number of Schools and Number of Repeaters, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 89: Hong Kong Secondary Education Industry Market by Number of Children from the Mainland Newly Admitted, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 90: Hong Kong Government Spending on Education 2008, 2011, 2012

Figure 91: Total Number of Births in Hong Kong, 2006-2011

Figure 92: Hong Kong GDP per Capita, 2007-2011

Figure 93: Hong Kong Population 2006-Mid 2012

Figure 94: Poland Education Industry Structure

Figure 95: Poland Pre-primary Education Market Size and Forecast on the Basis of Revenue, 2006-2016

Figure 96: Total Enrollments in Primary Education Industry in Poland, 2006-2011E

Figure 97: Total Enrollments in Secondary Education Industry in Poland, 2006-2011E

Figure 98: Poland GDP Growth Rates, 2006-2011

Figure 99: Poland Internet Users Statistics, 2006-2011

Figure 100: South Africa Education Industry Market Size by Number of Learners, Educators and Educational Institutions, 2005-2010

Figure 101: South Africa Education Industry Market Size by Total Tuition Fee Spent on Education, 2008-2010

Figure 102: South Africa Education Industry Segmentation by Number of Learners in Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, in Percentage, 2005-2010

Figure 103: South Africa Education Industry Segmentation by Total Tuition Fee Spending in Pre-primary, Primary and Secondary, and Higher Education, in Percentage, 2008-2010

Figure 104: Pre-primary Education Sector Market Size by Number of Learners, 2005-2010
Figure 105: Pre-primary Education Sector Market Size by Total Fee Spent on Education, 2005-2010

Figure 106: Primary Education Sector Market Size by Number of Learners, Educators, Educational Institutions, 2005-2010

Figure 101: Secondary Education Sector Market Size by Number of Learners, Educators, Educational institutions, 2005-2010

Figure 108: Higher Education Sector Market Size by Number of Learners and Educators, in Thousands, 2005-2010

Figure 109: Higher Education Sector Market Size by Total Tuition Fee Spent on Education, 2005-2010

Figure 110: Higher Education Sector Segmentation, by Undergraduate and Postgraduate Learners, by Percentage, 2005-2010

Figure 111: Higher Education Sector Segmentation by Total Fee Spent on Undergraduate and Post graduate Learners Education, 2005-2010

Figure 112: Population of South Africa, 2005-2015

Figure 113: Government Expenditure on Education, 2005-2010

Figure 114: Total Births per Annum in South Africa, 2005-2015

Figure 115: Career Education Corporation Revenues, 2006-2011

Figure 116: Bridgepoint Education Revenues, 2007-2011

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Global Education Market Segmentation of School-age Population Distribution by Region, 2010

Table 2: Global Pre-primary Education Enrollment by Region, 2006-2011

Table 3: Global Primary Education Enrollment by Region, 2006-2011

Table 4: Global Secondary Education Enrollments by Region, 2006-2010

Table 5: Global Tertiary Education Enrollment by Region, 2009 & 2010

Table 6: Global Education Market Spending by Region and by Public and Private Sector, 2011

Table 7: Global Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education by Value, 2011

Table 8: Foreign Student Population by Region, 2009

Table 9: Australia VET Students, Publicly funded vocational and preparatory Courses, by age in 2010

Table 10: The Global Middle Class Population by Region and their Consumption Expenditure, 2009

Table 11: Company Profile of Major Players (Apollo Group, Career Education and DeVry) in the US Education Market
Table 12: Company Profile of Major Universities in the US Education Market

Table 13: Number of Foreign Students Studying in the US by Countries, 2006-2011

Table 14: The Print Book and E-book Sales by Value in USD Million, 2006-2011

Table 15: Demographic Distribution of Population in US on the basis of Age, 2009-2012

Table 16: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Education Market Prospects

Table 17: Total Number of Schools, Junior Colleges and Universities in Japan, 2006-2010
Table 18: Company Profile of Major Universities in the US Education Market

Table 19: Participation of Twelve Universities in the UK and Japan Higher Education Development Program

Table 20: Japanese Economy, 2010-2012

Table 21: Smartphone Audience in Japan by Leading Companies (Sep'2010-Mar'11)

Table 22: Time Line and Stages of Education

Table 23: Total Number of Schools in the UK (2008-2011E)

Table 24: Enrollments in All Levels of Education in the UK (2008-2011E)

Table 25: The UK Higher Education Enrollments, 2006-2011

Table 26: The UK Higher Education Enrollments by All levels, 2006-2010

Table 27: The UK Higher Education Tuition Fees for International Students in 2010

Table 28: Course Fees Charged for Domestic Students on the basis of Subjects and level of Higher Education in 2010

Table 29: Company Profile of Major Universities in the UK Education Market

Table 30: International Student Population in the UK, 2010

Table 31: Segment-wise Distribution of Budget allocation on Education in Percentage in FY’2009-FY’-2011

Table 32: Enrollment levels in Schools on the Basis of Age Group, 2011

Table 33: Enrollment levels in Schools on the Basis of Gender in 2011

Table 34: Indian Higher and Professional Education Institutes, FY’2009-FY’2011

Table 35: Indian Colleges and Enrollments at Beginning of the Year, FY’2009-FY’2011

Table 36: Class-Wise % of Children Attending Paid Tuition Classes by School Type 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011

Table 37: Indian Skill Development Market Segmentation by Type of Training on the Basis of Sales, FY’2008-FY’2011

Table 38: Future projection of Indian Skill Development Market by Type of Training on the Basis of Sales, FY’2012-FY’2017

Table 39: Country Overview
Table 41: Hong Kong Pre-primary Education Industry Market Segmentation by Number of Kindergarten, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Table 42: The Government IT Expenditures, 2007-2013E

Table 43: Hong Kong Economy, 2010 & 2011

Table 44: Overall Number of Nursery Schools and Students in Poland, 2005-2010

Table 45: Poland Pre-primary Education Total Students in Units and Average Annual fee Per Student in USD, 2006-2011

Table 46: Number of Students in Higher Education Institutions, 2006-2010

Table 47: Poland Population by Age Group, 2005-2011

Table 48: Poland Foreign Direct Investment Trends, 2006-2011

Table 49: Lifestyle Indicators, 2007-2011

Table 50: Demographic and Economic Indicators, 2007-2011

Table 51: Major Players Operating in Pre-primary Education Sector in Poland

Table 52: South Africa Education Industry Market Size by Number of Learners, Educators, Educational Institutions, 2005-2010

Table 53: Top 4 Destinations and the Number of Students from South Africa Studying Overseas, 2008 and 2009

Table 54: Total International Students Enrollment in South Africa by Country of Origin, 2009

Table 55: Total Tuition Fee Spent on Independent and Public Schools by Province, 2008 - 2009

Table 56: South Africa Education Industry Segmentation by Total Tuition Fee Spending in Pre-primary, Primary and Secondary, and Higher Education, 2008-2010

Table 57: Grade 1 Learners in Ordinary schools who have attended a Pre-primary Programme, by Gender and Province, 2008 and 2009

Table 58: Primary Education Sector Segmentation, by Grade, 2005-2011

Table 59: Secondary Education Sector Segmentation, by Grade, 2005-2011

Table 60: Number and Percentage of Learners in Ordinary Schools Undertaking Mathematics, Physical Science and Accounting in Grade 10, 11 and 12, 2007 – 2009

Table 61: Higher Education Sector Segmentation, by Undergraduate and Postgraduate Learners, 2005-2011

Table 62: South African Teacher Training Estimated Market Size, 2011

Table 63: South African Tutoring Estimated Market Size, 2011

Table 64: Internet Users and Penetration in South Africa, 2000-2010

Table 65: South African Online Education Estimated Market Size, 2010

Table 66: Percentage of Schools with E-Mail, Landline Connection, Principal’s Mobile Phone and Faxes Facilities, in Percentage, 2008- 2009

Table 67: Number of Children not attending Educational Institutions in South Africa, 2002-2009

Table 68: Percentage of Repeaters by Grade and Gender, 2009

Table 69: South Africa Education Industry Future Projections, by Number of Learners, Educators, Educational Institutions, in Thousands, 2011-2015

Table 70: South Africa Education Industry Future projections, by Total Pre-primary, Primary and Secondary and Higher Education Tuition Fees, 2011-2015

Table 71: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected South African Education Industry Prospects

Table 72: South Africa Population Segmentation by Age Structure, 2011

Table 73: Apollo Group Revenues by Reportable Segments, 2008-2011
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The global education industry is witnessing strong growth momentum with fast emerging and developing nations. In terms of industry ranking, education stood on second place after healthcare industry. The gross enrolment ratio (GER) in lower secondary education increased from 72% to 80% worldwide between 1999 and 2009, with notable increase in the Arab States and sub-Saharan Africa. The school-age population is mainly influenced by population trend and economy of a country.

Demand for infrastructure development in education industry is becoming necessity with increasing demand for quality schooling. Enrolment in Pre-primary education recorded a steady increase between 1995 and 2011 for both boys and girls all over the world. There is a slow adoption rate in Arab States and Central Asian countries, whereas East Asia and the pacific region have witnessed high percentage of participation. In 2011, 713.0 million children were enrolled worldwide in primary education compared to 689.0 million in 2006. A relatively strong growth in primary enrolment has been noticed in Sub-Saharan Africa region.

In North America, the US is the largest hub of students and generate large amount of education expenditures worldwide. In the US, higher education alone generated USD 453.7 billion of revenue in 2011.3

Over the last five years, developing countries have increased their share of the world’s total number of internet users from 44% in 2006 to 62% in 2011. The percentage of individuals using internet in the developed world reached the 70% landmark by the end of year 2011. In the last six years, the global E-learning market has registered a CAGR of 4.7% (2006-2011). It is expected that by 2016, the market will reach to USD ~ billion, registering an expected CAGR of 6.68%. In emerging countries such as India, e-learning is growing at a rapid pace (growth of 27.9% in the last 3 years) with the growing competition. Currently, there are more 140 e-learning companies operating in India among which more than 100 players have just started their operations in the last 3 years.
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- Apollo Group
- Career Education Corporation (CEC)
- Devry
- University of Phoenix
- Kaplan University
- Arizona State University
- University of Oxford
- University of Cambridge
- Imperial College London
- KidZee
- Euro Kids
- Apple Kids
- Shemrock
- Kangaroo Kids
- Treehouse
- Educomp
- Enveronn
- NIIT Ltd
- The American School of Warsaw
- The British School
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