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Malaysia Education Market Outlook to 2023 - By K-12 Education, Higher Education, Test-Preparation Education and Vocational Education

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The report titled, "Malaysia Education Market Outlook to 2023 - By K-12 Education, Higher Education, Test-Preparation Education and Vocational Education" provides an overview on the industry revenue with prime focus on K-12 Private Education Market, Higher Education Market and Test Preparatory Market.
The report also covers future outlook and projections analysis along with SWOT analysis, analyst recommendations and investors’ perspectives highlighting the success factors for penetrating the market. The industry report has been analyzed on the basis of the major players, government regulations, enrollment and popular courses, emerging trends and future outlook. This report will particularly help the readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in upcoming years.
Malaysia Education Market Overview and Size
Malaysia aims to become the hub for higher education. The country has a target to enroll higher number of international students in the next 5 years as compared to 2018. Malaysia’s Gross Enrolment Ratio in 2017 in tertiary level education was of 41%, which is higher than most of the Asian countries, and higher than the world average. Number of private schools and universities are higher than number of government and government aided schools and universities, which indicates the government’s motives to diversify and widen the education sector by permitting private players to enter and run the industry. Malaysia is increasingly becoming a globally preferred destination for higher education owing to its world-class quality of education and reasonable cost of living.
Market Segmentation
By Sector (Higher Education, K-12 Education, E-Learning and Test Preparation Education)
Higher education industry has dominated the market in terms of Revenue in the year 2018.Private universities charged the highest fee amongst all the educational institutes in the overall industry and their fees have been rising sharply over the years, thereby leading to a surge in revenues over the years.
Better quality and global perspective to education in international schools led to higher enrolments in these schools, consequently leading to K12 industry contributing significantly to the overall market in the year 2018.
Declining number of test takers and preference of institutes to move students to Singapore has led to the fall in share of revenues for the test preparation industry in 2018.

Malaysia Higher Education Industry
With a multi-ethnic population of about 31.62 million, Malaysia has 477 private higher education institutions, of which 53 are private universities and 36 are private university colleges. Malaysia is also home to 10 foreign university branch campuses, which serves the purpose of turning Malaysia into a regional higher education hub. These HEIs offer a wide range of tertiary qualifications at affordable prices.
By type of Universities (Government, Private and Other Universities): Out of the total number of people enrolled for higher education in the country in 2018, majority was enrolled in private universities. The higher percentage of enrollments in private universities than that of public universities is because private universities provide opportunity and access for local students to enroll in the courses of their choice whereas public universities have limited seats. Public universities have more stringent policies in terms of admission, which is absent in private universities.
By Gender (Male and female): In general, females have been observed to have higher enrollments than males, despite male population being higher than the female population. This is mainly due to the fact that females are observed to crack entrance exams of universities more than males can; hence they secure admissions to higher education institutions more than their male counterparts.
Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
The Ministry of Education played a significant role in augmenting the industry revenues during the review period by enforcing the Malaysia Education Blueprint in 2013 which defined the course of education reform over the next decade. It has mandated universal access of education to children and has an ambitious goal of ensuring full enrollment of all children from preschool to upper secondary school by 2020.
By Type of Schools (Public and Private): The overall K-12 education industry in Malaysia has been majorly captured by the public schools operating in the country. There were 33,089 public schools in the country by 2017. The growing demand for better quality education in the country has made private players to tap this sector over the years. The total number of private schools in the country has been evaluated at 10,192 in 2017.
By Level (Primary, Intermediate and secondary): Primary education has accounted for the highest share in the total revenue of K12 industry during 2018. Second largest share has been gathered by lower secondary education. Upper secondary level has contributed the least in the total revenue during 2017.
By Teacher Enrollments: Maximum teachers were hired in national primary schools. This is because maximum students in K12 were enrolled in primary level. Total teachers in government and government-aided schools are reported to be 421,259 in 2017 out of which the maximum taught in secondary schools.
Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
By Teacher Enrollments: Maximum teachers that were enrolled to various training institutes in Malaysia were in vocational colleges. Technical and vocation education held a low share in total school enrolments in 2018. This is a relatively low number; therefore, there exists a vast market to be tapped into. The government is promoting vocational and technical skill sets.
By Students Enrollments: In 2017, maximum enrollments were found to be in civil engineering and enrollments by males constitute a dominant share of all students in 2018. For 2017, the highest enrollments for technical education were projected to be in Perak area; therefore this appears to be a profitable market for expansion of more technical institutes. In 2017, civil engineering held the maximum share amongst all the fields of technical and vocational education.
Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
The overall enrolments in the Test preparation industry in Malaysia has been declining in the past few years. As more and more universities are setting up their branches in Malaysia and as Malaysia is slowly moving to become an Educational Hub, students do not have the incentive to go abroad. In the future it is expected that, the overall share of the test preparation industry is expected to decline. IELTS is preferred more than TOEFL and GRE is preferred more than GMAT.
By Type of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT): Maximum students were enrolling to undertake IELTS in 2018. This is the highest in terms of enrolments, owing to the fact that this exam tests proficiency in English and Malaysian students sit for this exam to be at par with global communication skills. Although the highest share of enrollments were from IELTS, but GRE contributed to the highest share of the pie to revenues in 2018.  
Malaysia Education Market Future Outlook and Projections 
The Malaysian education industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 6% during the period 2018-2023. The allocation of USD 14.33 billion to education sector of the country in the 2018 annual budget is anticipated to cause the development of education industry during the projected period, thereby leading to the growth of all sectors. The rise in number of private universities and foreign universities of Australia and UK with branch campuses in Malaysia, as well as higher influx of foreign students is expected to be one of the major growth drivers of revenue in the outlook period.
 
Key Segments Covered
 
By Malaysia K-12 Education Market:
  • Level of education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Schools)
  • Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Public and Private Schools)
  • Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
  • By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments
  • Number of schools (Public and Private)
By Malaysia Higher Education Market:
  • Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities)
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Academic Degree (Bachelors, Master’s and Diploma)
  • By Nationality (Domestic, International students)
By Vocational and Technical Training Industry:
  • Region
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Courses
By Malaysia Test Preparatory Market:
  • Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period – 2013-2018
  • Forecast Period – 2019-2023
Key Target Audience
  • Private K-12 Schools
  • Government Organizations
  • Test Preparation Institutes
  • Private Vocational Training Institutes
  • International Schools
  • International Colleges/Universities
  • Investors in Education Sector
Companies/Schools/Universities Covered:
Malaysia K-12 International Schools: Cempaka International Schools, Sunway International Schools, Tenby International Schools, GEMS International Schools,
Regent International Schools, Mont Kiara, St. John’s International Schools, The International School of Parkcity, Global Indian International Schools.
 
Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
 
Test Preparation: Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education
 
Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Malaysia Education Industry Size
  • Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation
  • International Schools in Malaysia
  • Trends and Developments in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
  • Competitive Landscape of Malaysia K12 Education Industry
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Trends and Developments in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
  • Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
  • Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry
  • Government Regulations
  • Analyst Recommendations
  • Investment Avenues
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Table Of Content

Scope

1. Executive Summary
Key Takeaways for Overall Education
Malaysia Education Market Overview
Malaysia Education Industy Segmentation
Malaysia Higher Education Industry
Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
Malaysia Kindergarten Industry, 2018
Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections

2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
Consolidated Research Approach
Market Sizing – Malaysia Education Industry
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Limitations- K12 Market
Limitations- Higher Education Market
Limitations- Test Preparation Market
Final Conclusion

3. Malaysia Education Industry Introduction

4. Malaysia Education Industry Size, 2013-2018


5. Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018

5.1. By Sector (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education), 2013-2018

6. Malaysia Kindergarten Education Industry, 2013-2018
6.1. Introduction to Malaysia K-12 Education Industry, 2013-18
6.2. Strategy of Private Pre-Schools in Malaysia
6.3. Prerequisites To Set Up a Kindergarten in Malaysia
6.3.1. Business Registration
6.3.2. Location and Premises
6.3.3. Board of Governors
6.3.4. Curriculum
6.3.5. Fees
6.3.6. Principal and teachers
6.3.7. Application Process
6.4. Kindergarten Industry Segmentation
6.4.1. By Region
6.4.2. By Number of Teachers
6.4.3. By Gender
6.5. Competitive Scenario of Top Ten Kindergartens in Malaysia
6.6. Atom and the Dot
6.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

7. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry, 2013-2023
Pre-School Education
Primary Education
Secondary Education
Technical and Vocational Education
7.1. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size by Revenue, Enrollment and Number of Schools, 2013- 2018
7.2. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
7.2.1. By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary), 2013-2018
7.2.2. By School Type (Government and Private), 2013-2018
Pre-School Level Education Enrollments (Government and Private Schools), 2013-2018
Primary and Secondary Level Education Enrollements (Government and Private Schools), 2013-2018
7.2.3. By Region (Enrolments), 2013-2018
Pre School Enrollments
Primary And Secondary Level Education
7.2.4. By Type of Schools (Government and Private), 2013-2017
7.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
7.3.1. Rising Fee of K-12 Schools
7.3.2. Decreasing Dropout Rates
7.3.3. Improving quality of Pre schools
7.3.4. Decreasing Enrolment in National Schools
7.3.5. Increasing Enrolment in Private Schools
7.4. Competition Scenario in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
7.5. Cross Comparison of Major Schools
7.6. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023 E
7.7. Catchment Areas and Cluster Mapping
Population Mapping of Children Under 18 Years on The Basis of State, 2018
7.8. Prerequisites For Market Entry For Private/International Schools in Malaysia
Introduction
7.8.1. Licensing, Registration, Immigration and Equity Policy
Local Incorporation
Approval to Establish an International/Private School
Registration of International/Private School
Equity Policy
Specific Immigration Procedures
7.8.2. Eligibility Criteria
International Schools
Private Schools
7.9. Analyst Recommendations

8. Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2013-2023
8.1. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size, 2013-2018
8.2. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation
8.2.1. By Type of Universities (Private and Public Universities), 2013-2018
8.2.2. By Gender (Male and Female), 2017
8.2.3. By Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma), 2013-2017
8.2.4. By Field of Study (Education; Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences; Business and Law; Science, Mathematics and Computer; Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction; Agriculture and Veterinary; Health and Welfare; Services and General Programmes), 2013-2018
8.2.5. By Nationality (Domestic, International), 2013-2018
8.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Higher Education Industry
8.3.1. Increasing Number of Private Universities and Foreign University branches
8.3.2. Increasing effectiveness of teaching and learning
8.3.3. Lax Government Governance on Private HEIs to Promote PPP
8.4. Issues and Challenges of Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2018
8.4.1. Employability of graduates
8.4.2. Challenges for incoming foreign students
8.5. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2017
8.5.1. Market Share of Major Universities in Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2017
By Enrollments, 2017
8.6. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
8.6.1. Pagoh Educational Hub
8.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

9. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2013-2018
9.1. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Size, 2013-2018
9.2. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Segmentation
9.2.1. By Enrollments, 2013-2017
By Region, 2013-2017
By Gender, 2013-2017
By Percentage Shares in Vocational Training By course, 2013-2017
9.3. Issues and Challenges in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
9.3.1. Curriculum and Multiplicity of Provision, Certification, Standard.
9.3.2. Poor Perception & Recognition of TVET
9.3.3. Shortage of Technical Teaching Staff
9.3.4. High Cost of Technical Education
9.3.5. Employability of Graduates
9.3.6. Flexible Access to TVET
9.3.7. Enculturation of TVET Amongst the Masses
9.3.8. Weak Monitoring and Evaluation and Demand-Supply Mismatch
9.3.9. Lacking Efficiency and Quality
9.3.10. Completion Rates
9.4. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2017
9.4.1. Market Players in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC)
9.5. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
9.6. Entry Opportunities and Factsheet For Entry Private TVET Players
9.6.1. Gap Areas for Private TVET Entry
Skills Crisis
Gaps In Curriculum, Skill Sets Required
‘B40’ Training
Blue Collared Jobs In Demand
Industries With Highest Demand of Labour
Delays
Others
9.6.2. Competitive Scenario of Existing TVET PPPs
9.6.3. Statistics
Thematic Indicators
Job Vacancies
9.6.4. National Qualifications Framework
Accreditation- Quality Assurance
9.6.5. Ease of Business for TVET
9.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

10. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2013-2023
10.1. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size, 2013-2018
10.2. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
10.2.1. By Tests (GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT), 2013-2018
10.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
10.3.1. Moving Malaysian students to Singapore
10.3.2. Varying of Fees of Test Preparation Institutes
10.3.3. Declining Number of GRE and GMAT Test Takers
10.4. Competitive Landscape in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2017
10.4.1. Competition Scenario in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2017
10.4.2. Major Players (Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education) Operating in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2018
10.5. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E

11. Malaysia E-Learning Industry, 2013-2023
11.1. Malaysia E-Learning Market Overview And Genesis
11.2. Malaysia ICT Program- Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020
11.3. Goals of Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020
11.4. Malaysia E-learning Industry Value Chain Analysis Flow Chart
11.5. Malaysia E-learning Industry Size, 2013-2018
11.6. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
11.6.1. Key Metrics of Malaysia E-Learning Market
11.6.2. Key Factors of Competition
11.6.3. Competitive Landscape of K12 and HEI’s E-Learning Companies
11.6.4. ITTV Education
11.7. Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
11.8. Analyst’s Recommendations

12. SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry

13. Amendment to the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act, 2017


14. Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023


15. Investment Avenues

15.1. Parameters to be considered for investing
15.1.1. Barriers to entry
High requirements of Capital
Reputation
15.1.2. Increase in Price Quicker than Inflation
15.1.3. Demand more than supply
15.1.4. Long term revenue visibility
15.1.5. Negative Working Capital
15.2. The Impact Of Regulations
15.3. Past Developments In Investment In Education
15.4. Lucrative Investment pockets
15.4.1. Tutoring and after-school activities
15.4.2. TVET
15.4.3. Functional English tutoring in e-learning portals
15.4.4. ICT
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Figure 1-1: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Structure, 2018
Figure 1-2: Figure for Higher Education Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments, Revenue and Number of Universities, 2018
Figure 1-3: Figure for K12 Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments, Revenue and Number of Schools, 2018
Figure 4-1: Malaysia Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 5-1: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 6-2: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments (Male and Female) in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-1: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Structure of Pre School Education, Primary Education and Secondary Education Including Duration, Ages and Grades for 2018
Figure 7-2: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Enrollments in Numbers, 2013-2018
Figure 7-3: Malaysia K-12 Private Education Industry Size on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments and Growth Rate, 2013-2018
Figure 7-4: Malaysia K-12 Public Education Industry Size on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments in Thousands and Growth in Percentages, 2013-2018
Figure 7-5: Malaysia K-12 Private Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-6: Malaysia Public K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-7: Malaysia Public Pre School Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-8: Malaysia Private Pre School Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region On the Basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-9: Malaysia Private Primary and Secondary Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-10: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Schools (Government and Private) on the basis of Number in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 7-11: Malaysia K12 Industry Drop out Rates from Primary to Secondary, 2013-2017
Figure 7-12: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 7-13: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Enrollments and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 7-14: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Number of Schools and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 8-1: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 8-2: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 8-3: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 8-4: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 8-5: Malaysia Public Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 8-6: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 8-7: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-8: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of International Students and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-9: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of Public Universities and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-10: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of Private Universities and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 9-1: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Size on the Basis of Enrollments, 2013- 2018
Figure 9-2: Malaysia Training Industry by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-3: Malaysia Training Industry by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-4: Malaysia Technical and Vocational Training Industry by course on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-5: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Basis of Enrollments, 2018 - 2023
Figure 10-1: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 10-2: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size by Tests (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT and GRE) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 10-3: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE and SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 10-4: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023
Figure 11-1: Business Cycle in Malaysia E-Learning Market
Figure 11-2: Malaysia E-Learning Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 11-3: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 14-1: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E


List Of Table

Table 1-1: Table for Cross Comparison of Universities on the Basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 2 1: Correlation Matrix for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 2 2: Regression Coefficients Output for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 3 1: UNDP Human Development Index Scores on Education in Malaysia, 2018
Table 4-1: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD million, 2013-2018
Table 4-2: Malaysia Government Spend in Education in MYR Billions, 2013-2018
Table 5-1: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education), 2018
Table 5-2: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 6-1: Strategic Elements for setting a Private Pre-School in Malaysia with their Decsription
Table 6-2: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Kindergartens by Region, 2016-2017
Table 6-3: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments by Region, 2013-2018
Table 6-4: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Teachers by Region, 2016-and 2017
Table 6-5: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments (Male and Female), 2013-2018
Table 6-6: Cross Comparison of Top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia on the Basis of Years of Establishment, Programmes Offered, Fees and Number of Teachers, as of 31st August 2019
Table 6-7: Cross Comparison of Top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia on the Basis of Total Number of Enrollments, Total Number of Centers, Teacher Child Ratio, Course Curriculum and Accepting Age of Children as of 31st August 2019
Table 6-8: Names of top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia with Overview of their Special Attributes
Table 6-9: Rationale and Description of Atom and the Dot in Malaysia
Table 6-10: Analyst’s Recommendations for Malaysia Kindergarten Industry
Table 7-1: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Historical Transition and Government Role
Table 7-2: Malaysia K-12 Schools Operations Structure including Academic Year, Total Terms, Working Days, School Timings, Official and Religious Holidays and Curriculums Offered for 2018
Table 7-3: School Curriculums Followed in Malaysia on the Basis of Subjects Offered
Table 7-4: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Billion, 2013-2018
Table 7-5: Malaysia Private K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-6: Malaysia Public K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Pre School, Primary, Lower Secondary, Upper Secondary and Post Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments, 2014-2018
Table 7-7: Malaysia Pre-School Level Education Industry Segmentation by School Type (Government and Private) on the Basis of Number of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-8: Malaysia Primary and Secondary Level Education Industry Segmentation by School Type (Government and Private) on the Basis of Number of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-9: Malaysia K-12 Education Market Enrolments Segmentation on the Basis of Type of Schools (Government and Private), 2013-2017
Table 7-10: Number of Public Schools in Malaysia by Major Regions by Type, 2015-2017
Table 7-11: Number of Private Schools in Malaysia by Major Regions, 2015-2017
Table 7-12: Major Private and International Schools Chains, Branches and Locations, 2017
Table 7-13: Leading International Schools in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia including Curriculum, Language and Ages, 2018
Table 7-14: Cross Comparison of K-12 Schools in Malaysia on the Basis of Years of Establishment, Curriculum Offered, Fees, Location Number of Teachers, Number of Students, Teacher Student Ratio and Number of Centers, as of 31st August 2019
Table 7-15: Major Attributes of K-12 Schools in Malaysia
Table 7-16: Rationale and Description of Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 7-17: Malaysia Population of Children Mapping on the Basis of Numbers and Percentages of Total Population, 2018
Table 7-18: Malaysia K12 Industry Cluster Mapping on the Basis of Number of Existing Schools and Catchment Area, 2018
Table 7-19: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia K12 Industry
Table 8-1: Malaysia Public Higher Education Universities Including the Date of Establishment and Location, 2018
Table 8-2: Malaysia Private Higher Education Universities Including the Date of Establishment and Location, 2018
Table 8-3: Malaysia Foreign University Branch Campuses Established During the Period of Study along with their locations and Countries of Origin, 2013-2018
Table 8-4: Academic Calendar for Spring Semester, 2019
Table 8-5: Rationale and Description in Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2013 - 2018
Table 8-6: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government, Private, Others), 2018
Table 8-7: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 8-8: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Fees in MYR, 2013-2018
Table 8-9: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Revenue in MYR, 2013-2018
Table 8-10: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 8-11: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Figure 8-12: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Number of International students on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 8-13: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Number of International Enrollments, on the Basis of Gender, 2014-2018
Table 8-14: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by field of study (Education; Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences, Business and Law; Science, Mathematics and Computer; Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction; Agriculture and Veterinary; Health and Welfare; Services; General Programmes), on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 8-15: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by nationality (Bangladesh, Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Yemen, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Kazakhstan, India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, South Korea, Syria, Thailand, Iraq, Mauritius, Somalia, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Egypt, Rep. Of Tanzania, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Kenya, Oman, Jordan, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Lain-Negara) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 8-16: Top Private Universities in Malaysia, 2017
Table 8-17: Market Share of Major Universities in Malaysia Higher Education Industry on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 8-18: Market Share of Major Government Universities (Including Other Universities) On the Basis of Enrollments in Number and Percentage, 2018
Table 8-19: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
Table 8-20: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia Higher Education Industry
Table 9-1: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Overview and Genesis Including Historical Overview and Transition, Present Scenario and Type of Centers and Growth Drivers
Table 9-2 Different TVET Programmes offered at Different Levels with their Duration, Admission Requirements, Institutions where they are taught and Description
Table 9-3: Key Development in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2013-2018
Table 9-4: Malaysia TVET Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 9-5: Malaysia Technical Training Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 9-6: Company Profile for Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) including Company Overview, International Associations, Training Durations, Placement Rate, Future strategies and Others
Table 9-7: List of Polytechnics with their State, 2018
Table 9-8: Different Roles of the MOHE TVET Institutions
Table 9-9: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 9-10: Summary of Key Features in TVET
Table 9-11: Top five future jobs in Malaysia
Table 9-12: Table of Industries which currently have the Highest Demand with their Descriptions
Table 9-13: Overview of different PPP TVET players in Malaysia with year of inception
Table 9-14: Table for different thematic indicators with respect to TVET
Table 9-15: Current Job Vacancies with English Speaking Skills as on 10th Sept 2019
Table 9-16: Levels of SKM with Their Respective Competencies
Table 9-17: Analyst Recommendations for Malaysia TVET Industry
Table 10-1: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 10-2: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size by Tests (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT and GRE) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 10-3: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 10-4: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE and SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in USD, 2018
Table 10-5: Number of Test Takers for GMAT in Malaysia, 2013-2018
Table 10-6: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Number of Test Takers for GRE, 2013-2018
Table 10-7: Major Players (Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education), 2018
Table 10-8: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 11-1: Overview of the Action Plan as stated in the Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020 by MAMPU
Table 11-2: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, Covering the Classification of the Market, 2018
Table 11-3: Key Takeaways for Malaysia E-Learning Market Size, 2013-18
Table 11-4: Key Metrics of Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Table 11-5: Key Factors of Malaysia Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2B Businesses, 2018
Table 11-6: Table 13.2: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2C Businesses
Table 11-7: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Recent Developments, Business Model, Target Audience, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 11-8: Cost Breakdown for a Proprietary FrogVLE Classroom
Table 11-9: Course list, Subjects and Pricing List for IITV
Table 11-10: Rationale and Description for Malaysia E-Learning Market Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 11-11: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 12 1: SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 14-1: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
Table 14-2: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues Generated by Education Sectors (K12, Higher Education and Test Preparation) in USD Billion, 2018-2023E
Table 14-3: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Government Spend in Education in MYR Billions, 2018-2023E
Table 15-1: Heat Map for Parameters to be Considered Prior to Investing in Education
Table 15-2: Cross Comparison of Impact of Regulations by Country including K12 Fee Regulation, FDI, Foreign Ownership, Foreign HEI Partnerships, Profit Repatriation and Local Partnership
Table 15-3: Sequence of events of strategic financial relationship between Ekuinas and Asia Pacific Group
Table 15-4: Difference of benefits of ICT at primary and secondary (K12) and higher secondary level.

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Products

By Malaysia K-12 Education Market:
  • Level of education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Schools)
  • Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Public and Private Schools)
  • Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
  • By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments
  • Number of schools (Public and Private)
By Malaysia Higher Education Market:
  • Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities)
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Academic Degree (Bachelors, Master’s and Diploma)
  • By Nationality (Domestic, International students)
By Vocational and Technical Training Industry:
  • Region
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Courses
By Malaysia Test Preparatory Market:
  • Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:


Companies

Companies/Schools/Universities Covered:
Malaysia K-12 International Schools: Cempaka International Schools, Sunway International Schools, Tenby International Schools, GEMS International Schools,
Regent International Schools, Mont Kiara, St. John’s International Schools, The International School of Parkcity, Global Indian International Schools.
 
Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
 
Test Preparation: Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education

The report titled, "Malaysia Education Market Outlook to 2023 - By K-12 Education, Higher Education, Test-Preparation Education and Vocational Education" provides an overview on the industry revenue with prime focus on K-12 Private Education Market, Higher Education Market and Test Preparatory Market.
The report also covers future outlook and projections analysis along with SWOT analysis, analyst recommendations and investors’ perspectives highlighting the success factors for penetrating the market. The industry report has been analyzed on the basis of the major players, government regulations, enrollment and popular courses, emerging trends and future outlook. This report will particularly help the readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in upcoming years.
Malaysia Education Market Overview and Size
Malaysia aims to become the hub for higher education. The country has a target to enroll higher number of international students in the next 5 years as compared to 2018. Malaysia’s Gross Enrolment Ratio in 2017 in tertiary level education was of 41%, which is higher than most of the Asian countries, and higher than the world average. Number of private schools and universities are higher than number of government and government aided schools and universities, which indicates the government’s motives to diversify and widen the education sector by permitting private players to enter and run the industry. Malaysia is increasingly becoming a globally preferred destination for higher education owing to its world-class quality of education and reasonable cost of living.
Market Segmentation
By Sector (Higher Education, K-12 Education, E-Learning and Test Preparation Education)
Higher education industry has dominated the market in terms of Revenue in the year 2018.Private universities charged the highest fee amongst all the educational institutes in the overall industry and their fees have been rising sharply over the years, thereby leading to a surge in revenues over the years.
Better quality and global perspective to education in international schools led to higher enrolments in these schools, consequently leading to K12 industry contributing significantly to the overall market in the year 2018.
Declining number of test takers and preference of institutes to move students to Singapore has led to the fall in share of revenues for the test preparation industry in 2018.

Malaysia Higher Education Industry
With a multi-ethnic population of about 31.62 million, Malaysia has 477 private higher education institutions, of which 53 are private universities and 36 are private university colleges. Malaysia is also home to 10 foreign university branch campuses, which serves the purpose of turning Malaysia into a regional higher education hub. These HEIs offer a wide range of tertiary qualifications at affordable prices.
By type of Universities (Government, Private and Other Universities): Out of the total number of people enrolled for higher education in the country in 2018, majority was enrolled in private universities. The higher percentage of enrollments in private universities than that of public universities is because private universities provide opportunity and access for local students to enroll in the courses of their choice whereas public universities have limited seats. Public universities have more stringent policies in terms of admission, which is absent in private universities.
By Gender (Male and female): In general, females have been observed to have higher enrollments than males, despite male population being higher than the female population. This is mainly due to the fact that females are observed to crack entrance exams of universities more than males can; hence they secure admissions to higher education institutions more than their male counterparts.
Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
The Ministry of Education played a significant role in augmenting the industry revenues during the review period by enforcing the Malaysia Education Blueprint in 2013 which defined the course of education reform over the next decade. It has mandated universal access of education to children and has an ambitious goal of ensuring full enrollment of all children from preschool to upper secondary school by 2020.
By Type of Schools (Public and Private): The overall K-12 education industry in Malaysia has been majorly captured by the public schools operating in the country. There were 33,089 public schools in the country by 2017. The growing demand for better quality education in the country has made private players to tap this sector over the years. The total number of private schools in the country has been evaluated at 10,192 in 2017.
By Level (Primary, Intermediate and secondary): Primary education has accounted for the highest share in the total revenue of K12 industry during 2018. Second largest share has been gathered by lower secondary education. Upper secondary level has contributed the least in the total revenue during 2017.
By Teacher Enrollments: Maximum teachers were hired in national primary schools. This is because maximum students in K12 were enrolled in primary level. Total teachers in government and government-aided schools are reported to be 421,259 in 2017 out of which the maximum taught in secondary schools.
Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
By Teacher Enrollments: Maximum teachers that were enrolled to various training institutes in Malaysia were in vocational colleges. Technical and vocation education held a low share in total school enrolments in 2018. This is a relatively low number; therefore, there exists a vast market to be tapped into. The government is promoting vocational and technical skill sets.
By Students Enrollments: In 2017, maximum enrollments were found to be in civil engineering and enrollments by males constitute a dominant share of all students in 2018. For 2017, the highest enrollments for technical education were projected to be in Perak area; therefore this appears to be a profitable market for expansion of more technical institutes. In 2017, civil engineering held the maximum share amongst all the fields of technical and vocational education.
Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
The overall enrolments in the Test preparation industry in Malaysia has been declining in the past few years. As more and more universities are setting up their branches in Malaysia and as Malaysia is slowly moving to become an Educational Hub, students do not have the incentive to go abroad. In the future it is expected that, the overall share of the test preparation industry is expected to decline. IELTS is preferred more than TOEFL and GRE is preferred more than GMAT.
By Type of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT): Maximum students were enrolling to undertake IELTS in 2018. This is the highest in terms of enrolments, owing to the fact that this exam tests proficiency in English and Malaysian students sit for this exam to be at par with global communication skills. Although the highest share of enrollments were from IELTS, but GRE contributed to the highest share of the pie to revenues in 2018.  
Malaysia Education Market Future Outlook and Projections 
The Malaysian education industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 6% during the period 2018-2023. The allocation of USD 14.33 billion to education sector of the country in the 2018 annual budget is anticipated to cause the development of education industry during the projected period, thereby leading to the growth of all sectors. The rise in number of private universities and foreign universities of Australia and UK with branch campuses in Malaysia, as well as higher influx of foreign students is expected to be one of the major growth drivers of revenue in the outlook period.
 
Key Segments Covered
 
By Malaysia K-12 Education Market:
  • Level of education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Schools)
  • Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Public and Private Schools)
  • Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
  • By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments
  • Number of schools (Public and Private)
By Malaysia Higher Education Market:
  • Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities)
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Academic Degree (Bachelors, Master’s and Diploma)
  • By Nationality (Domestic, International students)
By Vocational and Technical Training Industry:
  • Region
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Courses
By Malaysia Test Preparatory Market:
  • Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period – 2013-2018
  • Forecast Period – 2019-2023
Key Target Audience
  • Private K-12 Schools
  • Government Organizations
  • Test Preparation Institutes
  • Private Vocational Training Institutes
  • International Schools
  • International Colleges/Universities
  • Investors in Education Sector
Companies/Schools/Universities Covered:
Malaysia K-12 International Schools: Cempaka International Schools, Sunway International Schools, Tenby International Schools, GEMS International Schools,
Regent International Schools, Mont Kiara, St. John’s International Schools, The International School of Parkcity, Global Indian International Schools.
 
Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
 
Test Preparation: Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education
 
Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Malaysia Education Industry Size
  • Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation
  • International Schools in Malaysia
  • Trends and Developments in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
  • Competitive Landscape of Malaysia K12 Education Industry
  • Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • Trends and Developments in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
  • Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
  • Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections
  • SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry
  • Government Regulations
  • Analyst Recommendations
  • Investment Avenues
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Scope

1. Executive Summary
Key Takeaways for Overall Education
Malaysia Education Market Overview
Malaysia Education Industy Segmentation
Malaysia Higher Education Industry
Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
Malaysia Kindergarten Industry, 2018
Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections

2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
Consolidated Research Approach
Market Sizing – Malaysia Education Industry
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Limitations- K12 Market
Limitations- Higher Education Market
Limitations- Test Preparation Market
Final Conclusion

3. Malaysia Education Industry Introduction

4. Malaysia Education Industry Size, 2013-2018


5. Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018

5.1. By Sector (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education), 2013-2018

6. Malaysia Kindergarten Education Industry, 2013-2018
6.1. Introduction to Malaysia K-12 Education Industry, 2013-18
6.2. Strategy of Private Pre-Schools in Malaysia
6.3. Prerequisites To Set Up a Kindergarten in Malaysia
6.3.1. Business Registration
6.3.2. Location and Premises
6.3.3. Board of Governors
6.3.4. Curriculum
6.3.5. Fees
6.3.6. Principal and teachers
6.3.7. Application Process
6.4. Kindergarten Industry Segmentation
6.4.1. By Region
6.4.2. By Number of Teachers
6.4.3. By Gender
6.5. Competitive Scenario of Top Ten Kindergartens in Malaysia
6.6. Atom and the Dot
6.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

7. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry, 2013-2023
Pre-School Education
Primary Education
Secondary Education
Technical and Vocational Education
7.1. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size by Revenue, Enrollment and Number of Schools, 2013- 2018
7.2. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
7.2.1. By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary), 2013-2018
7.2.2. By School Type (Government and Private), 2013-2018
Pre-School Level Education Enrollments (Government and Private Schools), 2013-2018
Primary and Secondary Level Education Enrollements (Government and Private Schools), 2013-2018
7.2.3. By Region (Enrolments), 2013-2018
Pre School Enrollments
Primary And Secondary Level Education
7.2.4. By Type of Schools (Government and Private), 2013-2017
7.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
7.3.1. Rising Fee of K-12 Schools
7.3.2. Decreasing Dropout Rates
7.3.3. Improving quality of Pre schools
7.3.4. Decreasing Enrolment in National Schools
7.3.5. Increasing Enrolment in Private Schools
7.4. Competition Scenario in Malaysia K-12 Education Industry
7.5. Cross Comparison of Major Schools
7.6. Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023 E
7.7. Catchment Areas and Cluster Mapping
Population Mapping of Children Under 18 Years on The Basis of State, 2018
7.8. Prerequisites For Market Entry For Private/International Schools in Malaysia
Introduction
7.8.1. Licensing, Registration, Immigration and Equity Policy
Local Incorporation
Approval to Establish an International/Private School
Registration of International/Private School
Equity Policy
Specific Immigration Procedures
7.8.2. Eligibility Criteria
International Schools
Private Schools
7.9. Analyst Recommendations

8. Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2013-2023
8.1. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size, 2013-2018
8.2. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation
8.2.1. By Type of Universities (Private and Public Universities), 2013-2018
8.2.2. By Gender (Male and Female), 2017
8.2.3. By Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma), 2013-2017
8.2.4. By Field of Study (Education; Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences; Business and Law; Science, Mathematics and Computer; Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction; Agriculture and Veterinary; Health and Welfare; Services and General Programmes), 2013-2018
8.2.5. By Nationality (Domestic, International), 2013-2018
8.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Higher Education Industry
8.3.1. Increasing Number of Private Universities and Foreign University branches
8.3.2. Increasing effectiveness of teaching and learning
8.3.3. Lax Government Governance on Private HEIs to Promote PPP
8.4. Issues and Challenges of Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2018
8.4.1. Employability of graduates
8.4.2. Challenges for incoming foreign students
8.5. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2017
8.5.1. Market Share of Major Universities in Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2017
By Enrollments, 2017
8.6. Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
8.6.1. Pagoh Educational Hub
8.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

9. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2013-2018
9.1. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Size, 2013-2018
9.2. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Segmentation
9.2.1. By Enrollments, 2013-2017
By Region, 2013-2017
By Gender, 2013-2017
By Percentage Shares in Vocational Training By course, 2013-2017
9.3. Issues and Challenges in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
9.3.1. Curriculum and Multiplicity of Provision, Certification, Standard.
9.3.2. Poor Perception & Recognition of TVET
9.3.3. Shortage of Technical Teaching Staff
9.3.4. High Cost of Technical Education
9.3.5. Employability of Graduates
9.3.6. Flexible Access to TVET
9.3.7. Enculturation of TVET Amongst the Masses
9.3.8. Weak Monitoring and Evaluation and Demand-Supply Mismatch
9.3.9. Lacking Efficiency and Quality
9.3.10. Completion Rates
9.4. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2017
9.4.1. Market Players in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry
Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC)
9.5. Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
9.6. Entry Opportunities and Factsheet For Entry Private TVET Players
9.6.1. Gap Areas for Private TVET Entry
Skills Crisis
Gaps In Curriculum, Skill Sets Required
‘B40’ Training
Blue Collared Jobs In Demand
Industries With Highest Demand of Labour
Delays
Others
9.6.2. Competitive Scenario of Existing TVET PPPs
9.6.3. Statistics
Thematic Indicators
Job Vacancies
9.6.4. National Qualifications Framework
Accreditation- Quality Assurance
9.6.5. Ease of Business for TVET
9.7. Analyst’s Recommendations

10. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2013-2023
10.1. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size, 2013-2018
10.2. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation, 2013-2018
10.2.1. By Tests (GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT), 2013-2018
10.3. Trends and Developments in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry
10.3.1. Moving Malaysian students to Singapore
10.3.2. Varying of Fees of Test Preparation Institutes
10.3.3. Declining Number of GRE and GMAT Test Takers
10.4. Competitive Landscape in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2017
10.4.1. Competition Scenario in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2017
10.4.2. Major Players (Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education) Operating in Malaysia Test Preparation Industry, 2018
10.5. Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E

11. Malaysia E-Learning Industry, 2013-2023
11.1. Malaysia E-Learning Market Overview And Genesis
11.2. Malaysia ICT Program- Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020
11.3. Goals of Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020
11.4. Malaysia E-learning Industry Value Chain Analysis Flow Chart
11.5. Malaysia E-learning Industry Size, 2013-2018
11.6. Competitive Landscape of Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
11.6.1. Key Metrics of Malaysia E-Learning Market
11.6.2. Key Factors of Competition
11.6.3. Competitive Landscape of K12 and HEI’s E-Learning Companies
11.6.4. ITTV Education
11.7. Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
11.8. Analyst’s Recommendations

12. SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry

13. Amendment to the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act, 2017


14. Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023


15. Investment Avenues

15.1. Parameters to be considered for investing
15.1.1. Barriers to entry
High requirements of Capital
Reputation
15.1.2. Increase in Price Quicker than Inflation
15.1.3. Demand more than supply
15.1.4. Long term revenue visibility
15.1.5. Negative Working Capital
15.2. The Impact Of Regulations
15.3. Past Developments In Investment In Education
15.4. Lucrative Investment pockets
15.4.1. Tutoring and after-school activities
15.4.2. TVET
15.4.3. Functional English tutoring in e-learning portals
15.4.4. ICT
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Figure 1-1: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Structure, 2018
Figure 1-2: Figure for Higher Education Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments, Revenue and Number of Universities, 2018
Figure 1-3: Figure for K12 Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments, Revenue and Number of Schools, 2018
Figure 4-1: Malaysia Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 5-1: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 6-2: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments (Male and Female) in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-1: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Structure of Pre School Education, Primary Education and Secondary Education Including Duration, Ages and Grades for 2018
Figure 7-2: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Enrollments in Numbers, 2013-2018
Figure 7-3: Malaysia K-12 Private Education Industry Size on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments and Growth Rate, 2013-2018
Figure 7-4: Malaysia K-12 Public Education Industry Size on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments in Thousands and Growth in Percentages, 2013-2018
Figure 7-5: Malaysia K-12 Private Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-6: Malaysia Public K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-7: Malaysia Public Pre School Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-8: Malaysia Private Pre School Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region On the Basis of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-9: Malaysia Private Primary and Secondary Level Education Industry Segmentation by Region in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-10: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Schools (Government and Private) on the basis of Number in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 7-11: Malaysia K12 Industry Drop out Rates from Primary to Secondary, 2013-2017
Figure 7-12: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue, USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 7-13: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Enrollments and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 7-14: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Number of Schools and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 8-1: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 8-2: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Size on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage, 2013 - 2018
Figure 8-3: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 8-4: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 8-5: Malaysia Public Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 8-6: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 8-7: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-8: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of International Students and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-9: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of Public Universities and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 8-10: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Enrollments of Private Universities and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2019E-2023E
Figure 9-1: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Size on the Basis of Enrollments, 2013- 2018
Figure 9-2: Malaysia Training Industry by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-3: Malaysia Training Industry by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-4: Malaysia Technical and Vocational Training Industry by course on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 9-5: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Basis of Enrollments, 2018 - 2023
Figure 10-1: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 10-2: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size by Tests (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT and GRE) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 10-3: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE and SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 10-4: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023
Figure 11-1: Business Cycle in Malaysia E-Learning Market
Figure 11-2: Malaysia E-Learning Industry Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 11-3: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 14-1: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E


List Of Table

Table 1-1: Table for Cross Comparison of Universities on the Basis of Enrollments, 2018
Table 2 1: Correlation Matrix for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 2 2: Regression Coefficients Output for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 3 1: UNDP Human Development Index Scores on Education in Malaysia, 2018
Table 4-1: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD million, 2013-2018
Table 4-2: Malaysia Government Spend in Education in MYR Billions, 2013-2018
Table 5-1: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education), 2018
Table 5-2: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Sectors (K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test Preparation Education) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 6-1: Strategic Elements for setting a Private Pre-School in Malaysia with their Decsription
Table 6-2: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Kindergartens by Region, 2016-2017
Table 6-3: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments by Region, 2013-2018
Table 6-4: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Teachers by Region, 2016-and 2017
Table 6-5: Malaysia Private Kindergarten Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Total Number of Enrolments (Male and Female), 2013-2018
Table 6-6: Cross Comparison of Top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia on the Basis of Years of Establishment, Programmes Offered, Fees and Number of Teachers, as of 31st August 2019
Table 6-7: Cross Comparison of Top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia on the Basis of Total Number of Enrollments, Total Number of Centers, Teacher Child Ratio, Course Curriculum and Accepting Age of Children as of 31st August 2019
Table 6-8: Names of top 10 Kindergartens in Malaysia with Overview of their Special Attributes
Table 6-9: Rationale and Description of Atom and the Dot in Malaysia
Table 6-10: Analyst’s Recommendations for Malaysia Kindergarten Industry
Table 7-1: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Historical Transition and Government Role
Table 7-2: Malaysia K-12 Schools Operations Structure including Academic Year, Total Terms, Working Days, School Timings, Official and Religious Holidays and Curriculums Offered for 2018
Table 7-3: School Curriculums Followed in Malaysia on the Basis of Subjects Offered
Table 7-4: Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Billion, 2013-2018
Table 7-5: Malaysia Private K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-6: Malaysia Public K-12 Education Industry Segmentation by Level of Education (Pre School, Primary, Lower Secondary, Upper Secondary and Post Secondary) on the Basis of Enrolments, 2014-2018
Table 7-7: Malaysia Pre-School Level Education Industry Segmentation by School Type (Government and Private) on the Basis of Number of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-8: Malaysia Primary and Secondary Level Education Industry Segmentation by School Type (Government and Private) on the Basis of Number of Enrolments, 2013-2018
Table 7-9: Malaysia K-12 Education Market Enrolments Segmentation on the Basis of Type of Schools (Government and Private), 2013-2017
Table 7-10: Number of Public Schools in Malaysia by Major Regions by Type, 2015-2017
Table 7-11: Number of Private Schools in Malaysia by Major Regions, 2015-2017
Table 7-12: Major Private and International Schools Chains, Branches and Locations, 2017
Table 7-13: Leading International Schools in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia including Curriculum, Language and Ages, 2018
Table 7-14: Cross Comparison of K-12 Schools in Malaysia on the Basis of Years of Establishment, Curriculum Offered, Fees, Location Number of Teachers, Number of Students, Teacher Student Ratio and Number of Centers, as of 31st August 2019
Table 7-15: Major Attributes of K-12 Schools in Malaysia
Table 7-16: Rationale and Description of Malaysia K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 7-17: Malaysia Population of Children Mapping on the Basis of Numbers and Percentages of Total Population, 2018
Table 7-18: Malaysia K12 Industry Cluster Mapping on the Basis of Number of Existing Schools and Catchment Area, 2018
Table 7-19: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia K12 Industry
Table 8-1: Malaysia Public Higher Education Universities Including the Date of Establishment and Location, 2018
Table 8-2: Malaysia Private Higher Education Universities Including the Date of Establishment and Location, 2018
Table 8-3: Malaysia Foreign University Branch Campuses Established During the Period of Study along with their locations and Countries of Origin, 2013-2018
Table 8-4: Academic Calendar for Spring Semester, 2019
Table 8-5: Rationale and Description in Malaysia Higher Education Industry, 2013 - 2018
Table 8-6: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government, Private, Others), 2018
Table 8-7: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 8-8: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Fees in MYR, 2013-2018
Table 8-9: Malaysia Education Industry Segmentation by Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities) on the Basis of Revenue in MYR, 2013-2018
Table 8-10: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 8-11: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Academic Degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Figure 8-12: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Number of International students on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2018
Table 8-13: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Segmentation by Number of International Enrollments, on the Basis of Gender, 2014-2018
Table 8-14: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by field of study (Education; Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences, Business and Law; Science, Mathematics and Computer; Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction; Agriculture and Veterinary; Health and Welfare; Services; General Programmes), on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 8-15: Malaysia Private Higher Education Industry Segmentation by nationality (Bangladesh, Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Yemen, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Kazakhstan, India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, South Korea, Syria, Thailand, Iraq, Mauritius, Somalia, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Egypt, Rep. Of Tanzania, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Kenya, Oman, Jordan, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Lain-Negara) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 8-16: Top Private Universities in Malaysia, 2017
Table 8-17: Market Share of Major Universities in Malaysia Higher Education Industry on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2017
Table 8-18: Market Share of Major Government Universities (Including Other Universities) On the Basis of Enrollments in Number and Percentage, 2018
Table 8-19: Malaysia Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
Table 8-20: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia Higher Education Industry
Table 9-1: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Overview and Genesis Including Historical Overview and Transition, Present Scenario and Type of Centers and Growth Drivers
Table 9-2 Different TVET Programmes offered at Different Levels with their Duration, Admission Requirements, Institutions where they are taught and Description
Table 9-3: Key Development in Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry, 2013-2018
Table 9-4: Malaysia TVET Industry Segmentation on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 9-5: Malaysia Technical Training Industry Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2013-2017
Table 9-6: Company Profile for Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) including Company Overview, International Associations, Training Durations, Placement Rate, Future strategies and Others
Table 9-7: List of Polytechnics with their State, 2018
Table 9-8: Different Roles of the MOHE TVET Institutions
Table 9-9: Malaysia Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023
Table 9-10: Summary of Key Features in TVET
Table 9-11: Top five future jobs in Malaysia
Table 9-12: Table of Industries which currently have the Highest Demand with their Descriptions
Table 9-13: Overview of different PPP TVET players in Malaysia with year of inception
Table 9-14: Table for different thematic indicators with respect to TVET
Table 9-15: Current Job Vacancies with English Speaking Skills as on 10th Sept 2019
Table 9-16: Levels of SKM with Their Respective Competencies
Table 9-17: Analyst Recommendations for Malaysia TVET Industry
Table 10-1: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 10-2: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Size by Tests (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT and GRE) on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2018
Table 10-3: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-2018
Table 10-4: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Tests (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE and SAT) on the Basis of Revenue in USD, 2018
Table 10-5: Number of Test Takers for GMAT in Malaysia, 2013-2018
Table 10-6: Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Segmentation by Number of Test Takers for GRE, 2013-2018
Table 10-7: Major Players (Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education), 2018
Table 10-8: Rationale and Description for Malaysia Test Preparation Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 11-1: Overview of the Action Plan as stated in the Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020 by MAMPU
Table 11-2: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, Covering the Classification of the Market, 2018
Table 11-3: Key Takeaways for Malaysia E-Learning Market Size, 2013-18
Table 11-4: Key Metrics of Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Table 11-5: Key Factors of Malaysia Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2B Businesses, 2018
Table 11-6: Table 13.2: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2C Businesses
Table 11-7: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Recent Developments, Business Model, Target Audience, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 11-8: Cost Breakdown for a Proprietary FrogVLE Classroom
Table 11-9: Course list, Subjects and Pricing List for IITV
Table 11-10: Rationale and Description for Malaysia E-Learning Market Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018-2023E
Table 11-11: Analyst's Recommendations for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 12 1: SWOT Analysis for Malaysia Education Industry
Table 14-1: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018-2023E
Table 14-2: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues Generated by Education Sectors (K12, Higher Education and Test Preparation) in USD Billion, 2018-2023E
Table 14-3: Malaysia Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Government Spend in Education in MYR Billions, 2018-2023E
Table 15-1: Heat Map for Parameters to be Considered Prior to Investing in Education
Table 15-2: Cross Comparison of Impact of Regulations by Country including K12 Fee Regulation, FDI, Foreign Ownership, Foreign HEI Partnerships, Profit Repatriation and Local Partnership
Table 15-3: Sequence of events of strategic financial relationship between Ekuinas and Asia Pacific Group
Table 15-4: Difference of benefits of ICT at primary and secondary (K12) and higher secondary level.

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By Malaysia K-12 Education Market:
  • Level of education (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Schools)
  • Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Public and Private Schools)
  • Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
  • By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments
  • Number of schools (Public and Private)
By Malaysia Higher Education Market:
  • Type of Universities (Public and Private Universities)
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Academic Degree (Bachelors, Master’s and Diploma)
  • By Nationality (Domestic, International students)
By Vocational and Technical Training Industry:
  • Region
  • Gender (Male and Female)
  • Courses
By Malaysia Test Preparatory Market:
  • Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:


Companies

Companies/Schools/Universities Covered:
Malaysia K-12 International Schools: Cempaka International Schools, Sunway International Schools, Tenby International Schools, GEMS International Schools,
Regent International Schools, Mont Kiara, St. John’s International Schools, The International School of Parkcity, Global Indian International Schools.
 
Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
 
Test Preparation: Manhattan Review, Manhattan Elite Prep, Benefit Prep, ELS Malaysia, Inspire Education