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The report titled "Australia Executive Education Market Outlook to 2024 –Driven by Rising Popularity of Online Education and Launch of Innovative Programs" provides a comprehensive analysis of executive education market in Australia. The report focuses on overall market size in terms of revenue generated through enrollments in executive education; Australia Executive Education Market segmentation by type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP) on the basis of revenues and enrollments, by type of  Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the basis of revenue and enrollments, Executive Masters Programs by type of mode of delivery (Offline, Online and Blended), By element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized), By type of Executive Non MBA Programs (Leadership, Health, Project Management, Public Administration, Accounting and Others), MDP By Duration of the Program. The report also covers the overall competitive landscape, trends and growth drivers, issues and challenge, market share in terms of enrollments and number of programs, strengths and weaknesses of major universities and government regulations. The report concludes with future projections and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

Market Overview and Size
The Australia executive education market was observed to have a decent growth in the review period 2014-2019. Factors such as increase in the number of graduates, rise in the working professionals, growing popularity of online education, launch of new innovative executive education courses stimulated the growth in the executive education market in Australia.
 
Market Segmentation
By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP): Executive Masters dominated the executive education market in Australia due to higher fees being charged for executive masters courses. Therefore, despite of less enrollments in such courses, executive masters dominate the market due to a higher revenue being generated by it.
 
By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA): Executive MBA dominated the executive masters market in Australia since most of the people prefer such courses in order to achieve senior management or leadership roles in organizations.
 
By Mode of delivery of Executive Masters: Most of the Executive masters are delivered offline and hence, offline is the most preferred delivery mode by most of the universities in Australia. Online mode has just started gaining popularity and hence, is the second most preferred mode of delivery.
 
By Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized): Most of the Executive Masters are structured since the electives are only provided in few of Executive MBA and usually there are no electives in Executive Non MBA programs. Therefore, structured executive masters dominated the market in terms of number of programs.
 
By Type of Executive Non MBA Programs (Leadership, Health, Project Management, Public Administration, Accounting and Others): Among the Executive Non MBA Programs, Leadership Programs dominated the market since they are high in demand in Australia. After Leadership, Health related executive masters are the most provided by the universities in Australia.
 
By Program Duration of MDP (0-1 days, 2-3 days, 4-5 days, 6-10 days, 10+ days): Most of the MDP courses were of duration around 0-1 days and hence, they dominated the MDP market in Australia in terms of number of programs on the basis of duration.
 
Competitive Landscape
Competition within the Australia Executive Education market was observed to be moderately fragmented along with the presence of number of Universities. The major universities in the Australia Executive Masters market include Bond University, University of New South Wales (UNSW), University of South Australia, University of Melbourne, Torrens University and others. The major universities in the MDP market include UNSW, University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, Monash University, Australian National University, Queensland University of Technology and others.
 
Future Outlook and Projections
Australia Executive Education market in anticipated to grow at a positive growth rate due to the emergence of online education, rise in working population, launch of women only oriented programs, evolvement of education aggregators, emergence of new market entrants such as online providers and management consultancy firms and growing popularity of Blended Learning programs. For business schools offering executive education courses, there will be disruption that may happen in the future such as emergence of fierce competition from aggregator by offering White Label programs, online alternatives to classroom teaching, rising demand from employers for corporate training. It is anticipated that with new players in the market, business schools are prepared to offer programs that are tailored to employers. Moreover, business schools will also adopt new software tools to measure impact during and after the training program.
 
Key Segments Covered
  • By Type of Executive Education:
    • Executive Masters
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
    • MDP
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
  • By Type of Executive Masters
    • Executive MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
    • Executive Non MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
  • Executive Masters Program by mode of delivery
    • Offline
    • Online
    • Blended
  • By Element of Executive Masters
    • Structured
    • Customized
  • Executive Non MBA Programs by Type
    • Leadership
    • Health
    • Project Management
    • Public Administration
    • Accounting and Others
Key Target Audience
  • Australian Universities
  • Australian education aggregators
  • Global education aggregators
  • Management consultancy firms
  • Executive education providers
  • Education Authorities
  • Education Consultants
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period - 2014-2019
  • Forecast Period – 2019-2024E
Universities Covered:
  • Bond University
  • UNSW
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Torrens University
  • University of Sydney
  • Monash University
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Macquarie University
  • Curtin University
  • University of Western Australia
  • Murdoch University
  • La Trobe University
  • Queensland university of Technology
  • Deakin University
Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Australia Executive Education Market Overview and Genesis
  • Australian Executive Education Market Size, 2014-2019
  • Global Executive Education Market Overview
  • Global Expenditure on Executive Education
  • Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation
  • Growth Drivers in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Trends and Developments in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Government Regulations in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Issues and Challenges in Australia Executive Education Market
  • SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Market
  • Competitive Landscape for Australia Executive Education Market
  • Profiles for Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia
  • Australia Executive Education Future Market Size, 2019-2024E
  • Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation
  • Analyst recommendation
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Table Of Content

Scope

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Methodology

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Sizing and Modeling
Consolidated Research Approach
Limitations
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Final Conclusion

3. Australia Executive Education Market
3.1. Australia Executive Education Market Overview and Genesis
3.1. Australia Executive Education Market Size, 2014-2019

4. Global Executive Education Market Overview
4.1. Ageing and Working Population in Developed and Developing Countries

5. Global Expenditure on Executive Education
5.1. Expenditure on Education, 2018

6. Australia Executive MBA Market Segmentation, 2019
6.1. By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP), 2019
6.2. By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA), 2019
6.3. By Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended), 2019
6.4. By Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized), 2019
6.5. By Executive Non MBA Segmentation on the Basis of Type of Programs, 2019

7. Growth Drivers in Australia Executive Education Market
7.1. Increasing number of graduates
7.2. Rise in Working Population
7.3. Attraction for International Students
7.4. Strong, Well-Managed Commercial Sector
7.5. Strong Government Support

8. Trends and Developments in ANZ Executive Education Market
8.1. Diversity of a Cohort
8.2. Expertise in Remote Delivery of Content
8.3. Women-only Programs

9. Government Regulations in Australia Executive Education Market
Government Support for Executive Education Programs

10. Issues and Challenges in Australia Executive Education Market
High Staff Turnover
Budget Cuts by the Government
Stall to Innovation Initiatives
Market Saturation

11. SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Market

12. Competitive Landscape for Australia Executive Education Market

12.1. Competitive Landscape for Executive Masters Market
12.2. Cross comparison for universities providing executive masters
12.3. Competitive Landscape for MDP Market
12.4. Cross comparison for universities providing MDP

13. Profiles for Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
13.1. Bond University
13.2. University of New South Wales
13.3. University of South Australia
13.4. University of Melbourne
13.5. University of Sydney
13.6. Monash University

14. Heat Map of Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
14.1. Cross Comparison among Major universities in Australia

15. Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market
15.1. Operating Model For Executive Education Aggregators in Australia
15.1.1. Commission Rate Model
Open Universities Australia-Executive Education Aggregator in Australia

16. Australia Executive Education Future Market Size, 2019-2024E

17. Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation, 2024E
17.1. By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP), 2024E
17.2. By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA), 2024E
17.3. By Type of Executive Non MBA Program, 2024E

18. Analyst Recommendations for Australia Executive Education market
Focus Towards Offering Program Customization
Adapt to Changing Market Needs and to Reduce Risks of Consolidation
Emphasis on Women and Other Minorities
Developing Capability to Effectively Partner with Corporate Universities and Corporate Talent Management Centers
Assessment of Transfer and Impact of New Learning
Customization of Content as Per Corporate Demand
Develop Content in Line with Current Initiatives and Learning Modules
Growing E-Learning Market, Pushing Towards Online Growth
Dedicated marketing towards Alumni Network
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Figure 1-1: Australia Executive Education Market Flowchart, 2019
Figure 1-2: Australia Executive Education Market Future Outlook Flowchart, 2024EE
Figure 3-1: Australia Executive Education Market Life Cycle, 1960s-2025
Figure 3-2: Australia Executive Education Market Size By Revenues in AUD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2014-2019
Figure 3-3: Australia Executive Education Market Size By Number of Enrollments and Growth rate in percentage (%), 2014-2019
Figure 4-1: Australia Executive Education Market segmentation by Executive Masters and MDP on the basis of revenues in percentage (%), 2018
Figure 4-2: Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-3: Australia Executive Masters Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-4: Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the Basis of Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-5: Australia Executive Non MBA Segmentation by Type of Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2019
Figure 4-6: Australia Executive Non MBA Segmentation by Type of Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 5-1: Working population in Australia in Million, as of 31st December 2013-December 31st 2018
Figure 5-2: Number of Overseas Student Enrolled In Higher Education in Australia, 2013-2018
Figure 5-3: Government Expenditure on Education in Australia in AUD Billion, 2014-2018
Figure 11-1: Financial Performance of Bond University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-2: Financial Performance of New South Wales University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-3: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-4: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Number of Students in Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Higher Degree, 2014-2018
Figure 11-5: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Number of Staff Members, 2014-2018
Figure 11-6: Financial Performance of University of Sydney on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-7: Financial Performance of Monash University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 13-1: Flowchart of Commission Rate Operating Model for Executive Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market including EMBA and MDP, 2018
Figure 14-1: Australia Executive Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in AUD Million, 2019-2024E
Figure 14-2: Australia Executive Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2019-2024EE
Figure 15 1: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education on the basis of number of enrollments in percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-2: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By Type of Executive Masters on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-3: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-4: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by type of Executive Non MBA Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2024E


List Of Table

Table 2-1: Stakeholders reached out in Australia Executive Education Market on the basis of Entity, Country and Sample Size, 2018
Table 2-2: Respondents reached out in Australia Executive Education Market on the basis of Designation and Sample Size, 2018
Table 2-3: Correlation Matrix for Australia Executive Education Market
Table 2-4: Regression Coefficients Output for Australia Executive Education Market
Table 3-1: Timeline of Major Universities/Colleges in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 4-1: Major Countries on the basis of Working Population in Millions, Higher Education Enrolment, Median Age and Age Dependency in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Table 5-1: Major Countries on the basis of Household Expenditure on Education and Annual Household Income in USD and Household Expenditure on Education in Percentage (%), 2018
Table 6-1: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education Market (Executive Masters and MDP) on the Basis of Number of Programs, Average Fees, ARPE, Number of Universities, Best Selling Courses, Popular Mode of Delivery, Structured/Customized, Major Universities , Target Audience, Students Nationality and Average Duration, 2019
Table 6-2: Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation by Executive Masters and MDP on the Basis of Revenues in AUD Million, 2014-2019
Table 6-3: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the Basis of Number of Programs, Average Fees, ARPE, Number of Universities, Popular Mode of Delivery, Structured/Customized, Major Universities, Target Audience and Average Batch Size, 2019
Table 6-4: Australia Executive Masters Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the basis of number of enrollments in percentage (%), 2019
Table 6-5: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Masters by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended) on the Basis of Type of Programs, Target Audience, Nationality, Content Offered, Average Duration of Program, University Providers , Aggregator Presence and Average Fees, 2019
Table 6-6: Australia Executive Masters Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended Delivery) on the Basis of Number of Programs, 2019
Table 6-7: Australia Executive Masters Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended Delivery) on the Basis of Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2019
Table 6-8: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the Basis of type of courses offered, Number of electives, Target audience, Pros, Fees difference and Major Universities, 2019
Table 6-9: Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the basis of number of programs, 2019
Table 6-10: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education by Programs for Executive Non MBA Market on the Basis of Benefit of Program, Duration of Program, Popular Universities/College, Mode of Delivery, Short Courses and Others
Table 7-1: Recent Executive Education Programs Contract in Australia during the period (2014-19)
Table 9-1: Government Support in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 11-1: SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Industry
Table 12-1: Strengths and Weaknesses of major players in Australia executive masters market
Table 12-2: Cross Comparison Of Different Universities Providing Executive Masters In Australia Including Revenue From Executive Education, Total Enrollments And Total Number Of Programs
Table 12-3: Strengths and Weaknesses of Major Players in Australia MDP Market
Table 12-4: Cross Comparison Of Different Universities Providing MDPs In Australia Including Revenue From MDPs, Total Enrollments And Total Number Of Programs
Table 13-1: University Profile Of Bond University Including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, QS Ranking, Best Selling Courses, Future Plans And Overall Revenue
Table 13-2: Bond University’s name of programs, fees, total enrollments and total revenue in executive education market, 2019
Table 13-3: University Profile of University of New South Wales including Overview, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-4: University Of New South Wales’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments and Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-5: University Profile of University of South Australia including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Best selling course, Future Plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-6: University Of New South Wales’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments and Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-7: Financial Performance of University of South Australia on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Table 13-8: University Profile of University of Melbourne including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future Plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-9: University Of Melbourne’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-10: University Profile of University of Sydney including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, QS Ranking, Faculty Staff, Best Selling Courses, Future Plans and Overall Revenue (2018)
Table 13-11: University of Sydney’s Name Of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-12: University profile of Monash University including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future Plans and Overall revenue (2018)
Table 13-13: Monash University’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 14-1: Heat Map of Various MDP Programs Providers in Australia on the basis of University linked, Independent Provider, Open Enrolment Courses, Customized Courses and Classroom based Delivery
Table 14-2: Heat Map of various MDP Programs Providers in Australia on the basis of Online Based Delivery, Blended Delivery, Offshore On-site Delivery, Recognition of Prior Learning and Industry Specific Courses, 2017
Table 14-3: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-4: Cross Comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-5: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-6: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 15-1: Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 15-2: Key Operating Models (Commission Rate Model in Aggregators in Executive Education Market, 2018
Table 15-3: Company Profile of Open Universities Australia including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, Academic Partnerships, Number of Employees, Number of Programs, Type of Programs, Student Composition, Mode of Delivery, Margin, Digital Marketing Platforms
Table 17-1: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E
Table 17-2: Australia Executive Education Segmentation by Type of Executive Masters on the Basis of Revenue in AUD Million, 2024E
Table 17-3: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E
Table 17-4: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by type of Executive Non MBA Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E

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Key Segments Covered
  • By Type of Executive Education:
    • Executive Masters
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
    • MDP
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
  • By Type of Executive Masters
    • Executive MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
    • Executive Non MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
  • Executive Masters Program by mode of delivery
    • Offline
    • Online
    • Blended
  • By Element of Executive Masters
    • Structured
    • Customized
  • Executive Non MBA Programs by Type
    • Leadership
    • Health
    • Project Management
    • Public Administration
    • Accounting and Others


Companies

Universities Covered:
  • Bond University
  • UNSW
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Torrens University
  • University of Sydney
  • Monash University
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Macquarie University
  • Curtin University
  • University of Western Australia
  • Murdoch University
  • La Trobe University
  • Queensland university of Technology
  • Deakin University

The report titled "Australia Executive Education Market Outlook to 2024 –Driven by Rising Popularity of Online Education and Launch of Innovative Programs" provides a comprehensive analysis of executive education market in Australia. The report focuses on overall market size in terms of revenue generated through enrollments in executive education; Australia Executive Education Market segmentation by type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP) on the basis of revenues and enrollments, by type of  Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the basis of revenue and enrollments, Executive Masters Programs by type of mode of delivery (Offline, Online and Blended), By element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized), By type of Executive Non MBA Programs (Leadership, Health, Project Management, Public Administration, Accounting and Others), MDP By Duration of the Program. The report also covers the overall competitive landscape, trends and growth drivers, issues and challenge, market share in terms of enrollments and number of programs, strengths and weaknesses of major universities and government regulations. The report concludes with future projections and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

Market Overview and Size
The Australia executive education market was observed to have a decent growth in the review period 2014-2019. Factors such as increase in the number of graduates, rise in the working professionals, growing popularity of online education, launch of new innovative executive education courses stimulated the growth in the executive education market in Australia.
 
Market Segmentation
By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP): Executive Masters dominated the executive education market in Australia due to higher fees being charged for executive masters courses. Therefore, despite of less enrollments in such courses, executive masters dominate the market due to a higher revenue being generated by it.
 
By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA): Executive MBA dominated the executive masters market in Australia since most of the people prefer such courses in order to achieve senior management or leadership roles in organizations.
 
By Mode of delivery of Executive Masters: Most of the Executive masters are delivered offline and hence, offline is the most preferred delivery mode by most of the universities in Australia. Online mode has just started gaining popularity and hence, is the second most preferred mode of delivery.
 
By Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized): Most of the Executive Masters are structured since the electives are only provided in few of Executive MBA and usually there are no electives in Executive Non MBA programs. Therefore, structured executive masters dominated the market in terms of number of programs.
 
By Type of Executive Non MBA Programs (Leadership, Health, Project Management, Public Administration, Accounting and Others): Among the Executive Non MBA Programs, Leadership Programs dominated the market since they are high in demand in Australia. After Leadership, Health related executive masters are the most provided by the universities in Australia.
 
By Program Duration of MDP (0-1 days, 2-3 days, 4-5 days, 6-10 days, 10+ days): Most of the MDP courses were of duration around 0-1 days and hence, they dominated the MDP market in Australia in terms of number of programs on the basis of duration.
 
Competitive Landscape
Competition within the Australia Executive Education market was observed to be moderately fragmented along with the presence of number of Universities. The major universities in the Australia Executive Masters market include Bond University, University of New South Wales (UNSW), University of South Australia, University of Melbourne, Torrens University and others. The major universities in the MDP market include UNSW, University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, Monash University, Australian National University, Queensland University of Technology and others.
 
Future Outlook and Projections
Australia Executive Education market in anticipated to grow at a positive growth rate due to the emergence of online education, rise in working population, launch of women only oriented programs, evolvement of education aggregators, emergence of new market entrants such as online providers and management consultancy firms and growing popularity of Blended Learning programs. For business schools offering executive education courses, there will be disruption that may happen in the future such as emergence of fierce competition from aggregator by offering White Label programs, online alternatives to classroom teaching, rising demand from employers for corporate training. It is anticipated that with new players in the market, business schools are prepared to offer programs that are tailored to employers. Moreover, business schools will also adopt new software tools to measure impact during and after the training program.
 
Key Segments Covered
  • By Type of Executive Education:
    • Executive Masters
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
    • MDP
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
  • By Type of Executive Masters
    • Executive MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
    • Executive Non MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
  • Executive Masters Program by mode of delivery
    • Offline
    • Online
    • Blended
  • By Element of Executive Masters
    • Structured
    • Customized
  • Executive Non MBA Programs by Type
    • Leadership
    • Health
    • Project Management
    • Public Administration
    • Accounting and Others
Key Target Audience
  • Australian Universities
  • Australian education aggregators
  • Global education aggregators
  • Management consultancy firms
  • Executive education providers
  • Education Authorities
  • Education Consultants
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period - 2014-2019
  • Forecast Period – 2019-2024E
Universities Covered:
  • Bond University
  • UNSW
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Torrens University
  • University of Sydney
  • Monash University
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Macquarie University
  • Curtin University
  • University of Western Australia
  • Murdoch University
  • La Trobe University
  • Queensland university of Technology
  • Deakin University
Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Australia Executive Education Market Overview and Genesis
  • Australian Executive Education Market Size, 2014-2019
  • Global Executive Education Market Overview
  • Global Expenditure on Executive Education
  • Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation
  • Growth Drivers in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Trends and Developments in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Government Regulations in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Issues and Challenges in Australia Executive Education Market
  • SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Market
  • Competitive Landscape for Australia Executive Education Market
  • Profiles for Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
  • Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia
  • Australia Executive Education Future Market Size, 2019-2024E
  • Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation
  • Analyst recommendation
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Scope

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Methodology

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Sizing and Modeling
Consolidated Research Approach
Limitations
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Final Conclusion

3. Australia Executive Education Market
3.1. Australia Executive Education Market Overview and Genesis
3.1. Australia Executive Education Market Size, 2014-2019

4. Global Executive Education Market Overview
4.1. Ageing and Working Population in Developed and Developing Countries

5. Global Expenditure on Executive Education
5.1. Expenditure on Education, 2018

6. Australia Executive MBA Market Segmentation, 2019
6.1. By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP), 2019
6.2. By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA), 2019
6.3. By Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended), 2019
6.4. By Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized), 2019
6.5. By Executive Non MBA Segmentation on the Basis of Type of Programs, 2019

7. Growth Drivers in Australia Executive Education Market
7.1. Increasing number of graduates
7.2. Rise in Working Population
7.3. Attraction for International Students
7.4. Strong, Well-Managed Commercial Sector
7.5. Strong Government Support

8. Trends and Developments in ANZ Executive Education Market
8.1. Diversity of a Cohort
8.2. Expertise in Remote Delivery of Content
8.3. Women-only Programs

9. Government Regulations in Australia Executive Education Market
Government Support for Executive Education Programs

10. Issues and Challenges in Australia Executive Education Market
High Staff Turnover
Budget Cuts by the Government
Stall to Innovation Initiatives
Market Saturation

11. SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Market

12. Competitive Landscape for Australia Executive Education Market

12.1. Competitive Landscape for Executive Masters Market
12.2. Cross comparison for universities providing executive masters
12.3. Competitive Landscape for MDP Market
12.4. Cross comparison for universities providing MDP

13. Profiles for Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
13.1. Bond University
13.2. University of New South Wales
13.3. University of South Australia
13.4. University of Melbourne
13.5. University of Sydney
13.6. Monash University

14. Heat Map of Major Universities in Australia Executive Education Market
14.1. Cross Comparison among Major universities in Australia

15. Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market
15.1. Operating Model For Executive Education Aggregators in Australia
15.1.1. Commission Rate Model
Open Universities Australia-Executive Education Aggregator in Australia

16. Australia Executive Education Future Market Size, 2019-2024E

17. Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation, 2024E
17.1. By Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP), 2024E
17.2. By Type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA), 2024E
17.3. By Type of Executive Non MBA Program, 2024E

18. Analyst Recommendations for Australia Executive Education market
Focus Towards Offering Program Customization
Adapt to Changing Market Needs and to Reduce Risks of Consolidation
Emphasis on Women and Other Minorities
Developing Capability to Effectively Partner with Corporate Universities and Corporate Talent Management Centers
Assessment of Transfer and Impact of New Learning
Customization of Content as Per Corporate Demand
Develop Content in Line with Current Initiatives and Learning Modules
Growing E-Learning Market, Pushing Towards Online Growth
Dedicated marketing towards Alumni Network
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Figure 1-1: Australia Executive Education Market Flowchart, 2019
Figure 1-2: Australia Executive Education Market Future Outlook Flowchart, 2024EE
Figure 3-1: Australia Executive Education Market Life Cycle, 1960s-2025
Figure 3-2: Australia Executive Education Market Size By Revenues in AUD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2014-2019
Figure 3-3: Australia Executive Education Market Size By Number of Enrollments and Growth rate in percentage (%), 2014-2019
Figure 4-1: Australia Executive Education Market segmentation by Executive Masters and MDP on the basis of revenues in percentage (%), 2018
Figure 4-2: Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education (Executive Masters and MDP) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-3: Australia Executive Masters Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-4: Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the Basis of Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 4-5: Australia Executive Non MBA Segmentation by Type of Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2019
Figure 4-6: Australia Executive Non MBA Segmentation by Type of Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2019
Figure 5-1: Working population in Australia in Million, as of 31st December 2013-December 31st 2018
Figure 5-2: Number of Overseas Student Enrolled In Higher Education in Australia, 2013-2018
Figure 5-3: Government Expenditure on Education in Australia in AUD Billion, 2014-2018
Figure 11-1: Financial Performance of Bond University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-2: Financial Performance of New South Wales University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-3: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-4: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Number of Students in Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Higher Degree, 2014-2018
Figure 11-5: Financial Performance of University of Melbourne on the Basis of Number of Staff Members, 2014-2018
Figure 11-6: Financial Performance of University of Sydney on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 11-7: Financial Performance of Monash University on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Figure 13-1: Flowchart of Commission Rate Operating Model for Executive Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market including EMBA and MDP, 2018
Figure 14-1: Australia Executive Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in AUD Million, 2019-2024E
Figure 14-2: Australia Executive Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2019-2024EE
Figure 15 1: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education on the basis of number of enrollments in percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-2: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By Type of Executive Masters on the Basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-3: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2024E
Figure 15-4: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by type of Executive Non MBA Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2024E


List Of Table

Table 2-1: Stakeholders reached out in Australia Executive Education Market on the basis of Entity, Country and Sample Size, 2018
Table 2-2: Respondents reached out in Australia Executive Education Market on the basis of Designation and Sample Size, 2018
Table 2-3: Correlation Matrix for Australia Executive Education Market
Table 2-4: Regression Coefficients Output for Australia Executive Education Market
Table 3-1: Timeline of Major Universities/Colleges in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 4-1: Major Countries on the basis of Working Population in Millions, Higher Education Enrolment, Median Age and Age Dependency in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Table 5-1: Major Countries on the basis of Household Expenditure on Education and Annual Household Income in USD and Household Expenditure on Education in Percentage (%), 2018
Table 6-1: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education Market (Executive Masters and MDP) on the Basis of Number of Programs, Average Fees, ARPE, Number of Universities, Best Selling Courses, Popular Mode of Delivery, Structured/Customized, Major Universities , Target Audience, Students Nationality and Average Duration, 2019
Table 6-2: Australia Executive Education Market Segmentation by Executive Masters and MDP on the Basis of Revenues in AUD Million, 2014-2019
Table 6-3: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the Basis of Number of Programs, Average Fees, ARPE, Number of Universities, Popular Mode of Delivery, Structured/Customized, Major Universities, Target Audience and Average Batch Size, 2019
Table 6-4: Australia Executive Masters Executive MBA and Non Executive MBA) on the basis of number of enrollments in percentage (%), 2019
Table 6-5: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Masters by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended) on the Basis of Type of Programs, Target Audience, Nationality, Content Offered, Average Duration of Program, University Providers , Aggregator Presence and Average Fees, 2019
Table 6-6: Australia Executive Masters Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended Delivery) on the Basis of Number of Programs, 2019
Table 6-7: Australia Executive Masters Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Online, Offline and Blended Delivery) on the Basis of Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2019
Table 6-8: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the Basis of type of courses offered, Number of electives, Target audience, Pros, Fees difference and Major Universities, 2019
Table 6-9: Australia Executive Education by Element of Executive Masters (Structured and Customized) on the basis of number of programs, 2019
Table 6-10: Cross Comparison of Australia Executive Education by Programs for Executive Non MBA Market on the Basis of Benefit of Program, Duration of Program, Popular Universities/College, Mode of Delivery, Short Courses and Others
Table 7-1: Recent Executive Education Programs Contract in Australia during the period (2014-19)
Table 9-1: Government Support in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 11-1: SWOT Analysis for Australia Executive Education Industry
Table 12-1: Strengths and Weaknesses of major players in Australia executive masters market
Table 12-2: Cross Comparison Of Different Universities Providing Executive Masters In Australia Including Revenue From Executive Education, Total Enrollments And Total Number Of Programs
Table 12-3: Strengths and Weaknesses of Major Players in Australia MDP Market
Table 12-4: Cross Comparison Of Different Universities Providing MDPs In Australia Including Revenue From MDPs, Total Enrollments And Total Number Of Programs
Table 13-1: University Profile Of Bond University Including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, QS Ranking, Best Selling Courses, Future Plans And Overall Revenue
Table 13-2: Bond University’s name of programs, fees, total enrollments and total revenue in executive education market, 2019
Table 13-3: University Profile of University of New South Wales including Overview, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-4: University Of New South Wales’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments and Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-5: University Profile of University of South Australia including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Best selling course, Future Plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-6: University Of New South Wales’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments and Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-7: Financial Performance of University of South Australia on the Basis of Overall Revenues in AUD Million, 2013-2018
Table 13-8: University Profile of University of Melbourne including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future Plans and Overall revenue
Table 13-9: University Of Melbourne’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-10: University Profile of University of Sydney including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, QS Ranking, Faculty Staff, Best Selling Courses, Future Plans and Overall Revenue (2018)
Table 13-11: University of Sydney’s Name Of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 13-12: University profile of Monash University including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent developments, QS Ranking, Faculty staff, Best selling courses, Future Plans and Overall revenue (2018)
Table 13-13: Monash University’s Name of Programs, Fees, Total Enrollments And Total Revenue In Executive Education Market, 2019
Table 14-1: Heat Map of Various MDP Programs Providers in Australia on the basis of University linked, Independent Provider, Open Enrolment Courses, Customized Courses and Classroom based Delivery
Table 14-2: Heat Map of various MDP Programs Providers in Australia on the basis of Online Based Delivery, Blended Delivery, Offshore On-site Delivery, Recognition of Prior Learning and Industry Specific Courses, 2017
Table 14-3: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-4: Cross Comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-5: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 14-6: Cross comparison among major universities on the basis of establishment year, total enrollments in executive masters, total enrollments in MDP, Postgraduate enrollments, revenue from executive masters in AUD Million, revenue from MDP, Overall revenue, International/Domestic students ratio, Academic staff, Professional staff, Total staff, QS Australian Ranking, No. of executive masters programs, No. of MDP Programs and Total no. of programs for Executives
Table 15-1: Snapshot on Education Aggregators in Australia Executive Education Market
Table 15-2: Key Operating Models (Commission Rate Model in Aggregators in Executive Education Market, 2018
Table 15-3: Company Profile of Open Universities Australia including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, Academic Partnerships, Number of Employees, Number of Programs, Type of Programs, Student Composition, Mode of Delivery, Margin, Digital Marketing Platforms
Table 17-1: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by Type of Executive Education on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E
Table 17-2: Australia Executive Education Segmentation by Type of Executive Masters on the Basis of Revenue in AUD Million, 2024E
Table 17-3: Australia Executive Education Segmentation By type of Executive Masters (Executive MBA and Executive Non MBA) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E
Table 17-4: Australia Executive Education Future Market Segmentation by type of Executive Non MBA Programs on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2024E

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Key Segments Covered
  • By Type of Executive Education:
    • Executive Masters
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
    • MDP
      • Revenue
      • Number of enrollments
      • Number of Programs
  • By Type of Executive Masters
    • Executive MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
    • Executive Non MBA
      • Revenue
      • Number of Programs
      • Number of enrollments
  • Executive Masters Program by mode of delivery
    • Offline
    • Online
    • Blended
  • By Element of Executive Masters
    • Structured
    • Customized
  • Executive Non MBA Programs by Type
    • Leadership
    • Health
    • Project Management
    • Public Administration
    • Accounting and Others


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Universities Covered:
  • Bond University
  • UNSW
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Torrens University
  • University of Sydney
  • Monash University
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Macquarie University
  • Curtin University
  • University of Western Australia
  • Murdoch University
  • La Trobe University
  • Queensland university of Technology
  • Deakin University