Asia-Pacific Education Industry – Prospects in India

Date: January 22, 2011
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Asia-Pacific Education Industry – Prospects in India
The Report describes global education industry development and opportunities with discussion of industry growth in many regions Worldwide (Australia, Japan, China, Indonesia and India). The report presents market overview, student enrolment rate, industry size, industry segmentations, industry trends, future outlook, opportunities and players profiling.

Education industry is one of the fastest developing sector worldwide, generating large scale revenues and employment. Globally, enrolment in upper secondary education represents 54% of the relevant school-age population. 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.

In Asia, education, healthcare and retail are three sectors relatively immune from the economic slowdown. In Asia, there is a growing trend of early childhood care and education market, driven by the increase in number of working parents with higher incomes and growing awareness of the importance of early development.

The franchise model has a great potential in Indian education market and it works on the basis of low upfront capital needs. The investment is usually directly proportional to the fee charged.

Australia
  • The number of international students attending Australian education institutions has increased sharply over the three years to 2008, growing from 380,000 in 2006 to 544,000 in 2008, an increase of 43 percent.
  • The total economy-wide contribution to GDP made by international students is estimated as US$~ billion in 2007-08.
  • International student activity is estimated to have contributed just over 122,000 (Full-Time Equivalent employees) FTE employees to the Australian economy in 2007-08.
  • Australia has developed an effective and efficient higher education system. A recent University World News analysis ranked the Australian system third in the world.

Japan & China
  • In Japan continuing education programs are most on demand due to rapidly aging population and the number of people interested in continuing education is growing.
  • The private education industry in China is regarded as the most on demand market by the private equity and venture capitalists firms in the last couple of years.
  • Chinese population of students from primary to university comprises ~% global population whereas the market share of the education sector is approximately ~% only in value terms.
  • The Chinese government has planned to increase its spending on education to ~% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2012.

Indonesia
  • Indonesia is regarded as one of the major markets for US educational institutes. Indonesia has several government owned, privately owned and international high schools.
  • During 2007-2008, 7692 Indonesian students studied in the US, which made Indonesia the 16 ranked country in terms of students from different origin

India
  • Private sector has a strong hold in education industry starting from pre-schools to universities, formal IES accounts for almost US$~ billion, non-formal IES US$~ billion and together almost US$~ billion in 2009
  • In terms of total education market revenue, K-12 contribution is the highest as the market size for K-12 school is the biggest in India as compared to other professional courses. By 2012 the overall pre-school market is expected to cross US$~ billion, the organized segment is expected to grow faster.
  • Educomp is the industry leader in K-12 segment, also has an 18-24 month lead in multimedia within schools, its K-12 programme.
  • The Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher education in India (percent of relevant age group enrolled in higher education) is estimated at 11%. In comparison, enrollments levels are 60% in the US and 16% in China.
  • The Non-formal education market has reached to the level of US$~ billion and expected to grow with a CAGR of 13.23% (US$~ billion) by 2012.
  • The worldwide market for online tutoring is estimated to be in the region of US$~ billion. India now earns around US$~ million per year from online tutoring. The franchise industry is in its early stage of development in India.

Scope of the Report
  • The report offers education industry size and scope with detailed description of industry segments.
  • It talks about recent trends prevailing in the industry which can impact the present and future performance.
  • It also discusses opportunities for industry players and government initiatives to boost demand.
  • Contains a study of the major internal and external factors affecting the industry in the form of industry trends, examination of leading industry players and growth drivers.
  • Data is supplemented with details on the industry past performance, present analysis and future projections; also opportunities present in many countries.
1. GLOBAL EDUCATION SECTOR AND REFORM

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. ASIA-PACIFIC EDUCATION INDUSTRY

2.1 Market Overview

3. AUSTRALIA EDUCATION INDUSTRY

3.1 International Students in Australia
3.2 Vocational Education and Training (VET)
3.3 International Student Expenditure
  3.3.1 Contribution to Australian Economy
  3.3.2 International Student Employment Contribution
3.4 The Domestic Education Sector
  3.4.1 Australia’s Higher Education Sector and Projections

4. JAPAN EDUCATION INDUSTRY

4.1 Industry Overview
4.2 Market Demand

5. CHINA EDUCATION INDUSTRY

5.1 China's Private Education Sector and Investors Contribution
5.2 China Government spending on education
5.3 China's College Grad Employment Statistics

6. INDONESIA EDUCATION INDUSTRY

6.1 Industry Overview
6.2 Market Demand
6.3 Market Entry for US Institutes in Indonesia

7. INDIAN EDUCATION INDUSTRY

7.1 Industry Overview
7.2 Indian Education Industry Structure
7.3 Market Size and Demand
  7.3.1 Private Education Sector in 2009
  7.3.2 Total School Education in 2008 and Forecast
7.4 Preschool Market
7.4 K12 Schools
  7.4.1 Future of K12
  7.4.2 Multimedia in K12
  7.4.3 K12 Industry Players
7.5 Higher Education
7.6 Non Formal IES
  7.6.1 Coaching Classes
  7.6.2 Test Preparation
  7.6.3 Vocational Training
  7.6.4 Online Education
  7.6.5 Educational Material
7.7 Role of Information and Communication Technology
7.8. Industry Trends
  7.8.1 K-12 segment Growth Potential
  7.8.2 Development of Virtual and Technology Enabled Learning Solutions
  7.8.3 Changing Era with IT Demand
  7.8.4 Role of Corporate Investment in Education Sector
  7.8.5 Technology Driving Education Industry Growth
  7.8.6 Franchise Opportunities
7.9 Growth Potential for Foreign Universities in India
  7.9.1 Indian Students Studying Abroad
  7.9.2 Affordable Education and Students coming from Abroad to India
  7.9.3 Partnership between Indian and Foreign Universities
  7.9.4 Education expenditures in India
7.10 Corporate Training Market
7.11Everonn Systems India Limited
  7.11.1 Overview
  7.11.2 Financial Performance
  7.11.3 Business Strategies
7.12 Educomp Solutions Limited
  7.12.1 Overview
  7.12.2 Financial Analysis
  7.12.3 Business Strategies
7.13 NIIT
  7.13.1Overview
  7.13.2 Financial Performance
  7.13.3 Business Strategies

8. SOUTH KOREA EDUCATION INDUSTRY

8.1 Industry Overview
8.2 Private Education Market Size and Demand
8.3 Korean Students Studying Abroad

LIST OF CHARTS

Figure: Global Education Market by Value (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009)
Figure: Global Destinations for International Students in Higher education, 2007
Figure: China Government Spending on Education as a % of GDP (2004-2008)
Figure: Percentage of Indonesian students in the United States in 2008
Figure: Indian Education Industry Structure
Figure: Franchise Model and Role of Franchise Investor
Figure: Private Education Industry Segmentation % in 2009
Figure: Pre-school Market and Forecast (2008-2014E)
Figure: Major Players Market Share in Pre-school Segment in 2009
Figure: K12 Schools Market Size (2008-2015E)
Figure: Share in ICT Education Market in 2007
Figure: ICT School Implementation by Market Players in 2010
Figure: Higher Education Enrollment Levels in 2006
Figure: Higher Education Industry Size in India (2008, 2013 & 2018)
Figure: Coaching Class Market by value (2008, 2009 & 2012E)
Figure: Coaching class Revenues by Segments in 2008
Figure: Vocational Education and Skill Development in 2008
Figure: Government Budget Allocations to ICT in Schools Project (2006-2008)
Figure: Opportunity for ICT players in 2007
Figure: Total IT Education in India (2007)
Figure: India based IT Training Providers Revenues (2000-2009)
Figure: Indian ITS Industry
Figure: Indian IT Training Industry
Figure: US Students Coming to India
Figure: Everonn Consolidated Revenue (2004-2009)
Figure: Everonn Standlone Financials (2009-2010)
Figure: Educomp Revenue Mix in 2009 (%)
Figure: Educomp Net Sales and Net Profit (2009&2010E)
Figure: NIIT Revenues (2006-2010)
Figure: South Korea Private Education Market by value (2007-2009)
Figure: Percent of South Korean Students Studying in the US in 2009

LIST OF TABLES

Table: Global Tertiary Enrolment by Region (1970-2007)
Table: Australia International student enrolments and commencements by sector in 2009
Table: Student enrolment Growth Forecast by Sector in Australia (2010,2015 &2020)
Table: International Student expenditure in Australia (2007-08)
Table: Australia, Economic Contribution of International Students, 2007-08
Table: Other Educational Services Income in Australia (2005-2008)
Table: Australia, Projected Student Demand and Implied Labour Market Demand for Qualification (2008-2015E)
Table: Australia, Public University Students Number by State (2006&2007)
Table: Australia, VET Student Numbers by State 2006 & 2007
Table: Japan Participation in Continuing education Classes in 2008
Table: Indian Education Industry Revenues and Forecast (2009&2012E)
Table: Indian Education Industry Revenues in 2008
Table: Indian Education Industry revenues by Break-up in 2007
Table: Number of Private K12 schools in India in 2008
Table: Total Number of Schools in India in 2007
Table: Indian Students going to US
Table: Govt. Expenditure on Education by sector 2007-2008
Table: Private Equity Deals in the Education Sector
Table: Korean University Students Studying Overseas (2006&2009)

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