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China Education Industry Outlook to 2012 - Evolving Hong Kong Higher Education Sector

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The present report on 'China Education Industry Outlook to 2012 - Evolving Hong Kong Higher Education Sector' gives a detailed analysis on pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher education performance in China and Hong Kong. It analyses industry in terms of enrollments, number of schools, repeaters, number of teachers, government expenditure and revenue. Industry trends and developments help to assess present and future performance of the industry. Also we have highlighted macro economy factors in relation to the industry to give an understanding on impact of economy performance over the industry.

The kindergarten market is highly fragmented market in China. In 2010, the number of kindergartens operating in China was recorded as 150,420 with approximately 64% private participation. In China, pre-school demand is rising with increasing number of child population. In urban cities a student is free to choose any mode of study in pre-primary level such as full time, part-time or boarding however in rural areas pre-school education is known as nursery. In 2011, there were ~ kindergartens with total enrollment of ~ million children as compared to only ~ kindergartens and ~ million enrollments in 2007. In 2011, kindergarten education industry reached USD ~million at a CAGR of 9.0% during 2007-2011 and is expected to witness double digit growth by 2020 with rising awareness of early childhood education.

The opening of new institutions and large number of courses have boosted the number of enrollments in higher education institutions and are attracting foreign students by offering a comparative competitive courses and world-class infrastructure. In 2010, 29.2 million students graduated in China.

China's digital publishing industry is also experiencing strong growth momentum driven by rising number of e-learning users and reached USD ~ billion in 2011 as compared to USD ~ billion in 2010.

The China's ICT market in 2010 has reached USD ~ trillion showcasing a growth rate of 18% from the previous year. The telecommunication sector's revenues reached USD ~ billion in 2010, up by 20.5% from 2009 whereas Hardware market revenues recorded USD ~ billion in 2010.

 

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Scope

1. China Education Industry

1.1. Industry overview

2. China Education industry segmentation

2.1. Pre-primary Education Market

2.2. Elementary and Secondary Education Market

2.3. Post secondary education market

China's College Grad Employment Statistics

3. China Education Industry Trends and Development

Influence of E-learning over Digital Publishing Industry in china

ICT Demand and Importance of Internet

Rising Number of Foreign Students in China

China Government Spending on Education

China English Language Education

China's Private Education Sector and Investors Contribution

4. Country Analysis

4.1. Key Findings

4.2. Political Environment

4.3. Macro-Economic Indicators: Historical and Projections

GDP Recovery and Growth, 2003-2011

Population and Literacy Rate, 2003-2011

Disposable Income, 2006-2011

Urbanization, 2003-2011

4.4. Hong Kong Education Market

4.4.1. Market Size

Hong Kong Pre-primary Education Market Size

Primary Education Market introduction and size

Secondary Education Market, FY'2007-FY'2012P

4.4.2. Hong Kong Education Industry Trends and Developments

Government Expenditure on Education

Opportunities in Corporate Training Market

Hong Kong Evolving into a Preferred Destination of Overseas Institutions

Low Birth Rate-A Challenge for Educational Institutions

ICT Market

4.4.3. Hong Kong Macro-Economy

Hong Kong GDP Performance, 2007-2011

Population, 2006-Mid 2012

5. Appendix

5.1. Market Definition

School Year

Fiscal Year (FY)

5.2. Market Abbreviations

5.3. Research Methodology

Data Collection Methods

Approach

5.4. Disclaimer


List Of Figure

Figure 1: Number of Pre-schools and Enrollments in China, 2007-2010

Figure 2: China Pre-primary Education Market, 2007-2011

Figure 3: Number of Elementary and Secondary School Enrollments in China, 2007-2010

Figure 4: China Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments and Revenue Generated, 2007-2010

Figure 5: Digital Publishing industry in China, 2010 & 2011

Figure 6: Total Internet and Mobile Phone Users in China, 2006-2010

Figure 7: China ICT Market Size by Value, 2009 & 2010

Figure 8: Number of Foreign Students in China, 2006-2011

Figure 9: Government Expenditure on Education in China, 2006-2011

Figure 10: China"s Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices, 2003-2011

Figure 11: Population in China, 2003-2011

Figure 12: Literacy Rate in China (2003-2010)

Figure 13: China Per-Capita Disposable Income in Rural Areas, 2006-2011E

Figure 14: China Urban per Capita Disposable Income (2003-2011)

Figure 15: Hong Kong Pre-Primary Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments, Teachers and Educational Institutions (2007, 2011, 2012P)

Figure 16: Hong Kong Primary Education Industry Market Size by Number of Enrollments, Repeaters and Educational Institutions, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 17: Hong Kong Secondary Education Industry Market by Number of Enrollments, Number of Schools and Number of Repeaters, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 18: Hong Kong Secondary Education Industry Market by Number of Children from the Mainland Newly Admitted, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Figure 19: Hong Kong Government Spending on Education 2008, 2011, 2012

Figure 20: Total Number of Births in Hong Kong, 2006-2011

Figure 21: Hong Kong GDP Per Capita, 2007-2011

Figure 22: Hong Kong Population 2006-Mid 2012

 

 


List Of Table

Table 1: Country Overview

Table 2: China Economy, 2010-2012P

Table 3: Hong Kong Pre-Primary Education Industry Market Segmentation by Number of Kindergarten, 2007, 2011, 2012P

Table 4: The Government IT Expenditures, 2007-2013E

 

 

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