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.

  • Hong Kong’s education sector is already very competitive, and given the fluctuating nature of the local education system and that 11 per cent of the population is aged under 15, the city is likely to remain a strong market for international higher education and international secondary school education. Additionally, as places in Hong Kong’s University Grants Commission-funded...
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  • A fast-growing, middle-income and resource-rich country, Kazakhstan was a former Soviet republic which has been an independent state since 1991. As Kazakhstan’s economy and wealth grows, there is an increasing emphasis to ensure that the country’s education system is producing high-quality graduates who can succeed in a global knowledge economy. Although the government has prioritised...
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  • Parents in South Korea have long placed a high value on education. Despite the excellent performance of Korean school students in international tests, many parents want their children to experience a more well-rounded education and be better equipped for a global labour market, and so look abroad. Based on primary British Council research, including a survey of parents who indicated interest in...
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  • Thailand has developed rapidly and is still experiencing economic growth in spite of political upheaval. It has placed great emphasis on education in the past, and more recently, there has been a shift in policy towards addressing skills shortages, partly through pre-employment technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and partly through programmes to enhance the skills and provide...
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  • Since Vietnam initiated its Doi Moi Policy of economic reform in 1986, the country has successfully modernised its economy and produced impressive growth. Education has played a vital role in Vietnam’s rapid development, but sustaining economic growth will require new skills and an improved labour structure. To make the transition to a competitive, productive economy, Vietnam must enhance...
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  • Education Intelligence has expanded its research portfolio to release a series of all-new reports on further education (FE). Covering all levels of study, from A-levels to higher vocational education, the FE sector has seen a lot of changes in recent years, and policy shifts favouring a more market-led approach to education offer many opportunities for developing the international student...
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  • With a high proportion of its population under 15 years old, Yemen can expect an increasing demand for educational services and employment opportunities. Despite being one of the Arab world’s poorest countries, Yemen must effectively respond to a fast-growing workforce, rapidly expand employment opportunities and strengthen its capacity to train skilled labour in line with the economy...
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  • Education Intelligence has expanded its research portfolio to release a series of all-new reports on further education (FE). Covering all levels of study, from A-levels to higher vocational education, the FE sector has seen a lot of changes in recent years, and policy shifts favouring a more market-led approach to education offer many opportunities for developing the international student...
    PRICE: US$120.00
  • Education Intelligence has expanded its research portfolio to release a series of all-new reports on further education (FE). Covering all levels of study, from A-levels to higher vocational education, the FE sector has seen a lot of changes in recent years, and policy shifts favouring a more market-led approach to education offer many opportunities for developing the international student...
    PRICE: US$120.00
  • Education Intelligence has expanded its research portfolio to release a series of all-new reports on further education (FE). Covering all levels of study, from A-levels to higher vocational education, the FE sector has seen a lot of changes in recent years, and policy shifts favouring a more market-led approach to education offer many opportunities for developing the international student...
    PRICE: US$120.00

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