Sector reports

Sector reports

Insights into markets offering growth opportunities in school and further education, featuring student and parent perspectives. Country-specific market reports examine and analyse economic, socio-political and education data, profiling each country’s current status and the possibilities it offers.

  • With a highly educated population and a well-developed higher education system, Russia is the largest successor state to emerge from the break-up of the former Soviet Union in 1991. The country is faced with managing the demands of an ageing demographic within an overall declining population, and using its natural resources wealth to rebalance the economy. While increasingly more Russian students...
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  • As the number of international students attending to UK schools continues to rise, some of the most well-known boarding schools have established branch campuses abroad. The number of overseas branches has increased steadily, responding to the growing demand of middle-class families eager to provide a quality education – and subsequent career opportunities – for their children. For schools,...
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  • This report is designed to give you an overview of the current economic and social environment in Germany. It provides a window onto the factors that are shaping Germany’s education system and outlines current trends in student decision-making when it comes to their studies at home and abroad. By highlighting the barriers and incentives students and parents face when...
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  • A former Communist country, Bulgaria has come a long way from its turbulent political and economic transition in the 1990s. Despite the positive developments in fiscal and financial sector stability, the underperformance of Bulgaria’s labour market has undermined the country’s economic growth potential. The shortage of skilled workers and an ageing population are major obstacles to...
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  • A rising industrial power, Brazil is South America's largest economy and a regional leader. However, despite the progress, Brazil’s education system is not seen to be providing workers with the essential skills required for an economy in transition toward more knowledge-based activities. Skills shortages further heighten the challenges arising from increasing inflation and unemployment,...
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  • Recognising that human capital is a basic driver of the country’s innovation and increased productivity, Kazakhstan has made technical and vocational education training (TVET) a high priority. A fast growing, middle-income nation, Kazakhstan aims to become an industrialised country by 2025, but low workforce productivity and huge gaps in skills are major impediments to increased...
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  • One of East Asia’s most dynamic emerging markets, the Philippines has experienced continuous economic growth in recent years. With sound economic fundamentals and a competitive workforce that is well-known around the world, the government recognises education is fundamental to creating more and better jobs, enhancing national and international competitiveness, and achieving growth targets....
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  • Located at the crossroads of South Asia, Central Asia, China and the Middle East, Pakistan is at the hub of a regional market with a vast population, large and diverse resources, and untapped potential for trade. Faced with multiple challenges in the quest to meet its socioeconomic goals in a globalised economy, Pakistan’s government has emphasised skills training and development to help...
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  • South Africa’s peaceful political transition has been reported as one of the most remarkable political feats of the past century. Despite notable accomplishments, the country still struggles with apartheid-era imbalances in decent housing, education, and health care. A strong and effective TVET system can provide access to high-quality technical vocational education, addressing challenges such as...
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  • The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has emerged from a quiet, underdeveloped country to become one of the Middle East’s important economic centres and a thriving global hub. As the UAE strives to build a knowledge-based economy while reducing its dependence on a foreign talent, enhancing the skills of the local population and providing opportunities for alternative pathways to careers and professions...
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