China Education Market Trends Assessed by Netscribes in Comprehensive Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com23 Dec 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China’s education services market is one of the strongest worldwide, divided into a range of segments comprising online education, pre-school education, private education, vocational education and after-school tutoring, among others. The online education segment has expanded rapidly in the past few years and has also witnessed heavy investments in terms of VC and PE. The vocational education segment has seen been greatly supported by the government’s efforts and initiatives as the country has faced the problem of skill mismatch in the labour market.
ICT has a played a key part in shaping the development of China’s education sector. A slew of projects have been taken on by the government and leading IT firms. The market has also been a witness to the increase in MOOCs and the surging importance of mobile learning and language learning. Nevertheless, the major problem the industry is facing is the asymmetric ratio of the number of students going to study abroad and the number of students coming back to China. Providing quality and relevant higher education is one more obstacle being confronted by the market.
Comprehensive research report “Education Market in China 2014” worked out by Netscribes offers a true guide to the current scenario of the education market in China. Starting with an overview of macroeconomic indicators, the study reviews the national education system in detail. It then provides a granular analysis of the education market in terms of size including forecasts to 2018, and gives an assessment of the key segments in the market. The report examines major opportunities, challenges and trends in the industry, the scenario of direct investments, the role of ICT in local education, and also highlights the key initiatives undertaken by the Chinese government. The study evaluates the competitive scene, contains profiles of the top public and private companies, and offers Porter’s five forces analysis. The activity in the industry including M&As of domestic companies during 2011-2014 is discussed as well. Additionally, the research publication is supplemented with valuable strategic recommendations.
Education Market in China 2014
Published: October, 2014
Price: US$ 950.00
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