Education in South Africa Reviewed in New Topical Market Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com05 Dec 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – All South Africans have the right to a basic education, including adult basic education and further education. According to the Bill of Rights of the country's Constitution, the state has an obligation, through reasonable measures, to progressively make this education available and accessible.
At about 5.3% of GDP and 20% of total state expenditure, South Africa has one of the highest rates of public investment in education in the world.
New market research report “South Africa Education Market Outlook to 2015 - Opportunities in the Online Education and Teacher Training Market” delivered by AM Mindpower Solutions draws up an elaborate picture of South Africa’s education market. In particularly, the study covers:
- market size of South Africa education industry and its segments on the basis of number of learners, teachers and educational institutions and the total tuition fees spent on these respective segments;
- market size of online education, teacher training, private tutoring and ICT industry;
- students travelling overseas for study and international students studying in South Africa;
- government spending and support for the education sector;
- market segmentation on the basis of number of learners by grade and tuition spend by category;
- major industry trends and developments;
- future outlook and projections of number of learners and tuition fee spend in each sector;
- cause and effect relationship analysis between industry factors and expected South African education industry prospects.
Title: South Africa Education Market Outlook to 2015 - Opportunities in the Online Education and Teacher Training Market
Published: November, 2011
Price: US$ 850
1. SOUTH AFRICA EDUCATION INDUSTRY INTRODUCTION
Medium of Instructions
2. SOUTH AFRICA EDUCATION INDUSTRY MARKET SIZE, 2005 – 2010
2.1. Number of Learners, Educators, Educational Institutions, 2005-2010
South African Students Travelling Overseas for Education, 2008-2009
International Students in South Africa, 2009
2.2. Total Tuition Fee Spent on Education, 2008-2010
3. SOUTH AFRICA EDUCATION INDUSTRY MARKET SEGMENTATION
3.1. By Number of Learners in Pre-Primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, 2005-2010
3.2. By Tuition Fee Spending in Pre-Primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, 2008-2010
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