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Qatar Education Market Outlook to 2023 - by K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test-Preparation Education Market

  • ID: 5023855
  • Report
  • May 2019
  • Region: Qatar
  • 170 pages
  • Ken Research Private Limited
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The report titled, “Qatar Education Market Outlook to 2023- By K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test-Preparation Education Market” provides an overview the industry revenue with prime focus on K-12 Private Education Market, Higher Education Market and Test Preparatory Market. The industry is further segmented by level of education (Pre-Primary Schools, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools), by ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Government and Private Schools), by gender in various levels of education (Male and Female), by various regions on the basis of number of enrollments, by nationality on the basis of various levels of education (Qataris and Non-Qataris), by number of schools (Boys, Girls and Mixed Schools) and by various grades and gender on the basis of levels of education (Grade I, Grade II, and others). Higher education industry is segmented by type of universities (Government and Private Universities), by gender (Male and Female) and by academic degree (Bachelors, Post Graduate and other courses). The Test Preparatory industry is further segmented by types of tests (IELTS, GRE, TOEFL, SAT and GMAT). The report also covers competition landscape, trends and developments, and issues and challenges pertaining to the Qatar Education Market.

The report also covers future outlook and projections analysis along with SWOT analysis and analyst recommendation highlighting the success factors for penetrating the market. The industry report has been analyzed on the basis of the major players, government regulations, enrollment and popular courses, emerging trends and future outlook. This report will particularly help the readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in upcoming years. The key target audience includes Private K-12 Schools, Government Organizations, Test Preparation Institutes, Private Vocational Training Institutes, International Schools, International Colleges/Universities, Global E-learning Companies and Investors.

Qatar Education Market Size:

The education market in Qatar is at growing stage, registering a CAGR of approximately 4.6% during the period 2013 to 2018. The government of Qatar allocated a heavy annual budget for Qatar’s education sector in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, which focuses on enhancing course curriculum, improving learning outcomes, encouraging efficient teaching and refining the efficiency of education system. There has also been a shift towards private education which has resulted in emergence of new international institutions offering private education based on diverse international curricula and are particularly beneficial for the expat population, who were not allowed to obtain education in the public schools.

Market Segmentation
  • By Qatar K-12 Market
  • By Type of School (Public and Private): In Qatar K-12 education market, private schools have an edge with high teaching standards, small class sizes and modern facilities. Majority of these private schools are managed by and run for English-speaking western expatriates, and are co-educational and provide tuition to children from pre-school nursery groups through to university entrance examinations, preparing them for a variety of examinations. The cost of private education could be high compared to government schools, but in some instances, the school fee is paid by one’s (parent’s) employer and therefore it seems as a feasible option for families to consider.
  • By Level of Education (Pre-Primary, Primary, Preparatory and Secondary): Primary education has accounted for the largest market share in terms of total number of enrollments in the Qatar K-12 School market, 2018. Education in Qatar is compulsory and free for children between six and sixteen years of age. Primary school in Qatar is broken up into two stages, preparatory (six years) and elementary (three years). The six years preparatory schooling is compulsory. This is followed by secondary education (three years). Total number of enrollments in Preparatory and Secondary level education is increasing in the country as now more number of expat families in Qatar are looking forward to stay for longer duration as compared to earlier years, which resulted in families opting to educate their kids in the country itself and enrolling them for preparatory and secondary level schools in Qatar.
  • By Qatar Higher Education Market
  • By Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities): Government universities in Qatar witnessed the maximum number of enrollments during 2018. Higher expenses to be incurred by the people for enrolling into private universities and benefit of national curriculum delivered in Arabic language in government universities led to limited number of admissions in private universities during the period 2013-2018. The total enrollments in private universities inclined at a crawling rate from 2013 to the academic session of 2018. It was witnessed that nearly twice as many female students enrolled in universities in Qatar as males, and nearly two-thirds of all graduates were women. While expat and Qatari females are still more likely to enroll in and graduate with university degrees, their male counterparts opted to work early in their careers. The government of Qatar is also designing a localization strategy to increase the number of Qatari nationals in all joint venture industries and government departments to assume important positions formerly occupied by expatriates and for this, they are focusing on imparting education to Qatari nationals, specifically to female students.
Qatar Test Preparation Market
  • By Type of Tests (IELTS, GRE, SAT, TOEFL and GMAT): The Qatar Test Preparation market has grown at a CAGR of 7.2% during the review period 2013 to 2018. The growing number of enrollments is due to increased interest of students to study abroad for global exposure. Majority of the test preparation institutes focus on training the students for test such as IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and SAT. The increasing number of Qatar students moving to the US for pursuing education has made the industry witness the highest number of enrollments to the institutes that offer IELTS preparation courses in 2018. A significant proportion of students also enrolled themselves for SAT during 2018. Merely few students enrolled to GMAT during 2018, as the fees charged by institutions for GMAT preparation higher compared to other test.
Qatar Vocational Training Market

The number of enrollments of Trainees increased during the period 2013-2018 due to the efforts of the government to increase the skill potential by imparting technical skill education. The government implemented schemes such as CNA-Q which increased the awareness of the courses provided by the vocational training institutes in the market. The rising demand for skilled and professional personnel in different sectors in the country has further boosted the Qatar Vocational Training market. The percentage of trainees enrolling to ministries and government sponsored training centers constituted a dominant share in the overall enrollments to various training institutes of the country in 2018 with high focus on Air Transport and Administrative training, followed by Air Transport and Vocational Safety and Security training.

Qatar E-Learning Market

Adoption of e-learning modules in Qatar has assisted the development of K-12 schools and Higher Educational Universities. E-learning not only helped the authorities in getting access to modern curriculum, but also assisted the students in learning about various other courses that were not offered in these colleges. It was also observed that most people in Qatar preferred e-learning content services in the form of videos. The ease of understanding a video content and the characteristics of being self explanatory to the learner made it the most favorable module in e-learning market. There also has been a growing trend of listening to the audio formats of various e-books and other learning materials, particularly among the students in universities and colleges.

Competitive Landscape

The K-12 education market in Qatar is captured majorly by private schools due to a growing eminence of better education and the growing demand of the people to opt for international curriculum. The nature of the market is fragmented with various types of schools offering both international and national curricula which are available in various fees’ range. In Qatar Higher Education, with more number of private and government colleges setting up by Qataris Education Ministry, the industry witnessed a tough competition. The Qatar test preparatory industry is facing stiff competition due to the expansion of the already existing players and emergence of the new players in this sector. The continuous growing demand of the people in Qatar opting to study abroad for global exposure and international assignments has rapidly increased the revenues of this industry.

Qatar Education Future Outlook and Projections
  • The revenue generated by the Qatar education industry is anticipated to increase at a CAGR approximately 5% during the review period 2018 to 2023.
In the long run, the Qatar education market is expected to be driven by the improvement in the education system brought by the education ministry. The Qatari Ministry is emphasizing more towards female education by implanting education on the online portals due to which the number of enrollments is increasing exponentially. The government of Qatar has done strategic planning for the annual budget for Qatar’s education sector. Qatar National Vision 2030 will help the Qatar Education System to structure the curriculum by improving the learning outcomes of the students, by encouraging the teachers for increasing their teaching efficiency and thereby refining the whole education system.

Key Segments Covered:

By Qatar K-12 Education Market:
  • Level of education (Pre-Primary Schools, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools)
  • Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Government and Private Schools)
  • Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments:
  • Nationality on the basis of various levels of education (Qataris and Non-Qataris)
  • Number of schools (Boys, Girls and Mixed Schools)
  • Various grades and gender on the basis of levels of education (Grade I, Grade II, and many more)
By Qatar Higher Education Market:
  • Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities)
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Academic Degree (Bachelors, Post Graduate and other courses)
By Qatar Test Preparatory Market:
  • Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period- 2013-2018
  • Forecast Period- 2018-2023E
Key Target Audience:
  • Private K-12 Schools
  • Government Organizations
  • Test Preparation Institutes
  • Private Vocational Training Institutes
  • International Schools
  • International Colleges/Universities
  • Global E-learning Companies
  • Investors in Education Sector
Companies/Schools/Universities Covered:
Qatar K-12 International Schools: Qatar Academy, The Phoenix Private School, Doha British School, DPS Modern Indian School, Doha Modern Indian School, Park House English School and GEMS American Academy Qatar.

Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Qatar University, Weill Cornell Medicine- Qatar, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Northwestern University in Qatar, College of the North Atlantic- Qatar, Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, University of Calgary in Qatar, HEC Paris in Qatar, Georgetown University in Qatar, Academic Bridge Program, Doha Film Institute, University College London Qatar, Community Qatar College and Qatar Aeronautical College.

E-Learning: Edinburgh Napier University, University of Leicester, Daltown University, University of Nottingham and other online courses websites.

Private Vocational Education: Excellence Training Centre, NIIT Qatar, G-Tec Education, Qatar Skills Academy, Aptech Qatar Training Institute, EduTec Training Center, ExecuTrain Qatar and ICON Training Center.

Test Preparation: London Academy, Excellence Training Center, Educate Learning Center, Score Plus and Expression.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:
  • Executive Summary
  • Research Methodology
  • Qatar Education Industry Size
  • Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook
  • Qatar K-12 Education Industry
  • Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation
  • International Schools in Qatar
  • Trends and Developments in Qatar K-12 Education Industry
  • Qatar K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Qatar Higher Education Industry Size
  • Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation
  • Qatar Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Qatar E-Learning Industry
  • Qatar E-Learning Industry Segmentation
  • Challenges in E-Learning Qatar
  • Qatar E-Learning Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size
  • Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
  • Trends and Developments in Qatar Test Preparation Industry
  • Competitive Landscape of Qatar Test Preparation Industry
  • Qatar Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Segmentation
  • Challenges in Vocational and Technical Training Industry of Qatar
  • Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Trends and Developments in Education Industry of Qatar.
  • Issues and Challenges in Education Qatar
  • SWOT Analysis for Qatar Education Industry
  • Ministry of Education and Higher Education Qatar
  • Analyst Recommendations
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1. Executive Summary
  • Market Overview
  • Qatar Education Industry Segmentation
  • Qatar K-12 Education Industry
  • Qatar Higher Education Industry
  • Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry
  • Qatar E-Learning Industry
  • Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
  • Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
  • Consolidated Research Approach
  • Market Sizing – Qatar Education Industry
  • Variables (Dependent and Independent)
  • Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
  • Regression Matrix
  • Approach
  • Limitations- K12 Market
  • Limitations- Higher Education Market
  • Limitations- Test Preparation Market
  • Limitations- Vocational Training Market
  • Limitations- E-Learning Market
  • Final Conclusion
3. Cross Comparison of Qatar Education Market with Other GCC Nations

4. Qatar Education Industry Introduction

5. Qatar Education Industry Size, 2013-2018

6. Qatar Education Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
6.1. By Sector (Higher Education, K-12 Education, Vocational and Technical Training, E-Learning and Test-Preparation Education), 2013-2018

7. Qatar K-12 Education Industry
  • Pre-Primary Education
  • Primary Education
  • Preparatory Education
  • Secondary Education
7.1. By Type of Schools, 2013-2018
  • By Levels of education (pre-primary, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools), 2013-2018
  • By Enrollments in Government Schools in Various Regions in Qatar, 2013-2017
  • By Gender (Male and Female), 2013-2018
  • By Number of Schools (Boys, Girls and Mixed Schools), 2013-2017
  • By Gender in Various Levels of Education in Qatar, 2013-2017
  • By Level of Education and By Nationality, 2017
7.2. By Ownership of Schools, 2013-2017
7.2.1. Pre-Primary Schools
7.2.2. Primary Schools
7.2.3. Preparatory Schools
7.2.4. Secondary Schools
7.3. Level of Education by Grades and By Gender, 2017
7.3.1. Primary Schools
7.3.2. Preparatory Schools
7.3.3. Secondary Schools
7.4. Level of Education by Grades and By Nationality, 2017
7.4.1. Primary Schools
7.4.2. Preparatory Schools
7.4.3. Secondary Schools
7.5. By Type of Standards Followed
7.6. By Type of Grades
7.6.1. Primary Schools
7.6.2. Preparatory Schools
7.6.3. Secondary Schools

8. Trends and Developments in Qatar K-12 Education Industry
  • Higher Investments in Qatar Education Sector
  • Increasing Expatriate Enrollment in Private K-12 Schools
9. Comparative Landscape in Qatar K-12 Education Industry, 2018
9.1.1. Competition Scenario Qatar’s K-12 Education Industry
9.2. Profiles of International Schools in Qatar (Qatar Academy, The Phoenix Private School, Doha British School, DPS Modern Indian School, Park House English School and GEMS American Academy Qatar)
9.3. Qatar K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023

10. Qatar Higher Education Industry
10.1. Qatar higher education industry size, 2013-2018
10.2. Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation
10.2.1. By Type of Universities (Government And Private Universities), 2013-2018
10.2.2. By Gender
10.3. Competitive Landscape of Qatar Higher Education Industry, 2018
10.3.1. Market Share of Major Universities in Qatar Higher Education Industry on the basis of Enrollments, 2018
  • By Enrollments, 2018
10.3.2. By Nationality
10.4. Qatar Higher Education Market Major Trends & Growth Drivers
10.4.1. Increasing Number of Qatar Higher Education Colleges
10.4.2. Growing Number of Scholarships in the Country
10.5. Qatar Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023

11. Qatar Test Preparation Industry
11.1. Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size, 2013-2018
11.2. Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
11.2.1. By Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT), 2013-2018
11.3. Trends and Developments in Qatar Test Preparation Industry
11.3.1. Increase in Private Coaching in Qatar
11.3.2. Increasing Enrollment to Test Preparation Institutes, 2012-2017
11.3.3. Rising Fee of Test Preparation Institutes
11.3.4. Increasing Number of Female Students
11.4. Competitive Landscape of Qatar Test Preparation Industry, 2018
11.4.1. Major Institutes for Test Preparation in Qatar, 2018
11.5. Qatar Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023

12. Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry
12.1. Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Segmentation
12.1.1. By Trainers and Trainees, 2013-2018
12.1.2. By Entities of Trainers and Trainees, 2013-2018
12.1.3. By Gender of Trainees, 2012-2017
12.1.4. By Age Group of Trainees, 2013-2017
12.1.5. By Field of Training of Trainees, 2013-2017
12.2. Competitive Landscape of Private Vocational Training Centers
12.3. Trends and Developments
12.3.1. Changes in the Business Environment
12.3.2. Initiatives by Government to Expand the Qatar Vocational and Training Market
12.4. Challenges in Vocational and Technical Training Industry of Qatar
12.5. Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023

13. Qatar E-Learning Industry
13.1. E-Learning Industry in GCC Region
13.2. Introduction to Qatar E-Learning Industry
  • Qatar E-Learning Industry Segmentation
13.2.1. K-12 schools
13.2.2. Higher Education
13.2.3. Vocational Training
13.2.4. Challenges in E-Learning, Qatar
13.3. Qatar E-Learning Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023

14. Trends and Developments in Qatar Education Sector

15. Issues and Challenges in Qatar Education Industry

16. SWOT Analysis for Qatar Education Industry

17. Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Qatar

18. Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook, 2018-2023

19. Analyst Recommendations
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List of Figures
Figure 1 1: Qatar Education Industry Structure, 2018
Figure 3 1: Government Spending on Education as a Percentage of Total Budgeted Expenditure (KSA, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait), 2018
Figure 5 1: Qatar Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 6 1: Qatar Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (Higher Education, K-12 Education and Test-Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7 1: Qatar K-12 Education Market Structure
Figure 7 2: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013 - 2018
Figure 7 3: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Total Number of Enrollments, 2013 – 2018
Figure 7 4: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Schools (Private and Government) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7 5: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Schools (Government and Private Schools), 2013-2018
Figure 7 6: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Levels of Education (Pre-primary, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools) on the Basis of Number of Students Enrolled in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7 7: Total Number of Enrollments on the basis of Gender (Male and Female) in K-12 Schools in Qatar in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7 8: Qatar Pre-Primary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) basis Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 7 9: Qatar Primary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 7 10: Qatar Preparatory Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 7 11: Qatar Secondary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 8 1: Qatar‘s Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion and Expenditure on Education in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 9 1: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 10 1: Qatar Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013–2018
Figure 10 2: Qatar Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Number of Enrollments and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013 - 2018
Figure 10 3: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 10 4: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 10 5: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 10 6: Market Share of Major Universities in Qatar Higher Education Industry on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 10 7: Qatar Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 11 1: Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size on the basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 11 2: Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size by Type of Tests (IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and SAT) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 11 3: Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT) on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Figure 11 4: Qatar Test Preparation Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023
Figure 12 1: Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry on the Basis of Enrollments and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 12 2: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees by Gender in Percentages (%), 2013-2018.
Figure 12 3: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainers by Gender in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 12 4: Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the basis of Enrollments and Growth Rate in Percentages (%), 2018–2023
Figure 18 1: Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023
Figure 18 2: Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenue Generated by Education Sectors (K-12, Higher Education and Test Preparation) in Percentage (%), 2018-2023

List of Tables
Table 2 1: Correlation Matrix for Qatar Education Industry, 2018
Table 2 2: Regression Coefficients Output for Qatar Education Industry, 2018
Table 3 1: Gross Enrollment Ration (GER) in the GCC and certain Developed Nations
Table 3 2: Pupil to Teacher Ratio in Different GCC Nations
Table 4 1: Rationale & Description for Qatar Education Market, 2013 to 2018
Table 4 2: Qatar Education GDP and Expenditure in USD Billion, 2013-2018
Table 5 1: Qatar Education Industry Growth Drivers, 2013-2018
Table 5 2: Rank and Performance Overview of Qatar Education, 2017-2018
Table 6 1: Qatar Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (Higher Education, K-12 Education, Vocational and Technical Training, E-Learning and Test-Preparation Education), 2018
Table 6 2: Qatar Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (Higher Education, K-12 Education and Test-Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 7 1: Rationale & Description for Qatar K-12 Education Market Size, Market Genesis and Market Overview, 2013-2018
Table 7 2: Qatar K-12 Schools Operation Structure
Table 7 3: Rationale and Description on Qatar K-12 Education Industry Size, 2013-2018
Table 7 4: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Levels of Education (Pre-primary, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools) on the Basis of Number of Students Enrolled, 2013-2018
Table 7 5: Total Number of Enrollments in Government Schools in Various Regions in Qatar, 2013-2018
Table 7 6: Total Number of Enrollments based on Gender (Male and Female) in K-12 Schools in Qatar, 2013-2018
Table 7 7: Total Number of Schools in Qatar Based on Boys, Girls and Mixed Schools, 2013-2017
Table 7 8: Qatar Pre-Primary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female), basis Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 9: Qatar Pre-Primary Education Level Segmentation Education Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Regions, 2013-2017
Table 7 10: Qatar Primary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female), on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 11: Qatar Primary Education Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Different Regions, 2013-2017
Table 7 12: Qatar Preparatory Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 13: Qatar Preparatory Education Level Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Enrollments in Different Regions, 2013-2017
Table 7 14: Qatar Secondary Education Level Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 15: Qatar Secondary Education Level Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Enrollments in Different Regions, 2013-2017
Figure 7 16: Qatar Pre-Primary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 7 17: Qatar Pre-Primary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris), 2017
Figure 7 18: Qatar Primary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 7 19: Qatar Primary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Figure 7 20: Qatar Preparatory Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 7 21: Qatar Preparatory Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Figure 7 22: Qatar Secondary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 7 23: Qatar Secondary Education Level Segmentation by Nationality (Qataris and Non-Qataris) on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 24: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Government Pre-Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 25: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Private Pre-Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 26: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Government Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 27: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Private Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 28: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Government Preparatory Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 29: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Private Preparatory Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 30: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Government Secondary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 31: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) in Private Secondary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 32: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Gender in Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 33: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Gender in Preparatory Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 34: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Gender in Secondary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 35: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Nationality in Primary Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 36: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Nationality in Preparatory Schools on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 37: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Grades and by Nationality in Secondary School on the basis of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 38: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation of Private Schools by Type of Standards Followed on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 7 39: Qatar K-12 Primary Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Grades on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 40: Qatar K-12 Preparatory Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Grades on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 7 41: Qatar K-12 Secondary Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Grades on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 9 1: Competitive Advantage of Major International Schools in Qatar Education Market
Table 9 2: Profile of International Schools in Qatar (Overview, Total Enrollments, Student per Class, Languages, Key People, Technology Platforms Used and Major Courses)
Table 9 3: Qatar Academy Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2015-2016
Table 9 4: Phoenix Private School Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 5: Doha British School Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 6: DPS Modern Indian School Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 7: Doha Modern Indian School Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 8: Park House English School Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 9: GEMS American Academy Qatar Fee Structure of Various Grades in QAR, 2018-2019
Table 9 10: Qatar K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 10 1: List of Higher Education Universities in Qatar Basis Year of Establishment and Location
Table 10 2: Academic Calendar for Fall Semester of Qatar University, 2018
Table 10 3: Academic Calendar for Spring Semester of Qatar University, 2019
Table 10 4: Academic Calendar for Summer Semester of Qatar University, 2019
Table 10 5: Rational and Description for Qatar Higher Education Industry Size, 2013-2018
Table 10 6: Rationale and Description for Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities basis Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 10 7: Qatar Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities on the basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 10 8: Qatar Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 10 9: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 10 10: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender in Government University on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 10 11: Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender in Private University on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 10 12: Qatar Higher Education Private Colleges and Universities Segmentation by Gender on the basis of basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 10 13: Qatar Higher Education Private Colleges and Universities Segmentation by Nationality on the basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 10 14: Key Takeaways on Gender Segmentation in Qatar Higher Education Industry, 2018
Table 10 15: Qatar Public University Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Various Academic Degrees on the Basis of Number of Male Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 10 16: Qatar Public University Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Academic Degree on the Basis of Number of Female Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 10 17: Scholarships Offered to the Students Studying in Qatar, 2018
Table 10 18: Qatar Higher Education Students on Scholarships in Colleges and Universities Segmented on the Basis of Gender, 2014-2017
Table 10 19: Total Credit Hours Required in College for Graduate Student and Graduate Student on Academic Probation, 2018
Table 10 20: Market Share of Major Universities in Qatar Higher Education Industry on the basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 10 21: Number of Students in Private Colleges and Universities of Qatar by Nationality, 2017
Table 10 22: Number of Students in Qatar Private Colleges and Universities Segmentation by Gender by Nationality, 2017
Table 10 23: Rational and Description for Qatar Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 11 1: Rationale and Description for Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size, 2013-2018
Table 11 2: Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size by Type of Tests (IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and SAT) on the basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 11 3: Rationale and Description for Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Types of Tests (IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and SAT) on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 11 4: Average Annual Fee for Test Preparation for Different Type of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT) in Qatar in USD, 2013-2018
Table 11 5: Total Number of Students on Scholarship (Internal and Abroad) in 2016-2017
Table 11 6: Profiles of Major Institutes for Test Preparation in Qatar including Overview, Number of Centers, Location, Technology and Services Offered
Table 11 7: Rationale and Description for Qatar Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 12 1: Rationale and Description for Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Size on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 12 2: Qatar Vocational and Training Education Industry Segmentation by Number of Trainers and Trainees on the basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 12 3: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees by Entities, 2013-2018
Table 12 4: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainers by Entities, 2013-2018
Table 12 5: Trainees in Private Centers on the basis of Employment Status and Type of Course, 2013-2015
Table 12 6: Trainees in Private Centers on the basis of Employment Status and Type of Course, 2016-2017
Table 12 7: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 12 8: Reasons for Low Female Trainees in Qatar, 2018
Table 12 9: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainers by Gender, 2013-2017
Table 12 10: Reasons for Low Female Trainers in Qatar Vocational Training Market, 2018
Table 12 11: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees by Age Group on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 12 12: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees by Field of Training on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 12 13: Qatar Student Vocational and Technical Education Industry Segmentation of Trainees in Private Centers on the basis of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 12 14: Profile of Major Private Vocational Training Centers in Qatar including Overview, Location, Courses Offered, Strengths and Major Partners
Table 12 15: Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Issues and Challenges
Table 12 16: Rationale and Description for Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 13 1: E-learning Market in Different GCC Regions
Table 13 2: Qatar E-Learning Industry Overview and Genesis Including Setup of E-Learning System in Qatar, Present Scenario and Emerging Market Trends
Table 13 3: Factors influencing the Decision Making Process of Selecting an E-Learning Technology Platform in Qatar E-Learning Market, 2018
Table 13 4: Key Developments and Changes in E-Learning Industry of Qatar, 2013-2018
Table 13 5: List of Universities and E-Courses Offered in Qatar
Table 13 6: Challenges in E-Learning Industry in Qatar
Table 14 1 : Trends and Developments in Qatar Education Sector
Table 15 1: Issues and Challenges in Qatar Education Industry
Table 16 1: SWOT Analysis for Qatar Education Industry
Table 17 1: Rules and Regulations Imposed by Ministry of Education and Higher Education
Table 18 1: Rationale and Description for Future Outlook of Qatar Education Industry, 2018-2023E
Table 19 1: Analyst Recommendations for Qatar Education Industry, 2018
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