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South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017 - Promoted by Diversifying Services in Childcare Market

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The report titled "South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017 - Promoted by Diversifying Services in Childcare Market" provides a detailed analysis of the pre-primary education and childcare industry covering various aspects including market size of both pre-primary education and childcare markets in terms of revenues, enrollments, establishments and number of teachers, and market segmentation on the basis of gender, region, and type of funding institutions along with ongoing trends in the industry. The report also includes competitive landscape and profiles of the major players operating in the industry. The future projections are included to provide an insight on the prospects in the South Korea pre-primary education market.

 

Education industry in South Korea is highly developed and is given utmost importance. Consequently, the pre-primary or kindergarten education is given equal importance as well. South Korea features amongst the leading countries in Asia-Pacific in terms of gross enrollment rates.

However, the pre-primary education and childcare industry of South Korea is dominated by the childcare market which has been accounting for more than twice the size of enrollments in kindergartens, since 2006. The childcare market of South Korea is a highly cluttered and is competed by a gamut of players including public-run facilities, social welfare institutions, private organizations and individuals and others. Subsequently, child care facilities are provided under different settings including home-based day care, workplace day care, center-based day care etc. The diversified nature of the childcare service provided by the childcare operators has led to increased competition the market which predominantly features private sector.

 

The pre-primary education market of South Korea has witnessed a continuous double-digit increase in the revenues since 2006, owing to the prevalent high awareness amongst the masses regarding the importance of early education. The preschool industry of South Korea is highly developed in comparison to its regional counterparts in terms of the curriculum and methods followed. The use of robots as teaching aids was introduced recently in many of the kindergartens of South Korea to facilitate the learning process. The government of South Korea has undertaken substantial steps and initiatives to promote early education and care. Although at the comparatively slower rate, yet the number of enrollments and establishments in the pre-primary market has increased every year in the span of 2010-2012. The private sector accounted for ~% of the market and includes players such as private corporations, companies, religious organizations, military-run kindergartens and others.

 

The market for pre-primary education and childcare in South Korea is witnessing increasing competition amongst the players in order to tackle the problems arising due to declining birth rates. Additionally, an increasing number of dual income earning households have given rise to growing demand for workplace childcare facilities. A growing traction of ICT based tools is also transforming the market by facilitating better understanding amongst the young kids. The industry is highly unorganized and doesn"t feature any nationwide chains or franchises. With the growing number of organized players realizing the untapped potential of the industry, the revenues of the pre-primary education and childcare industry are expected to grow phenomenally in future years.

 

KEY TOPICS COVERED IN THE REPORT

 

- The market size of the South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Child care industry on the basis of enrollments, establishments and number of teachers.

- The market size of South Korea Pre-primary education market on the basis of revenues, enrollments, establishments and number of teachers

- The market size of South Korea Childcare market on the basis of enrollments, establishments and number of child care takers.

- Market segmentation of the South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Child care industry on the basis of pre-primary and childcare markets.

- Market segmentation of the South Korea Pre-Primary Education Market on the basis of gender-wise enrollments and type of funding institutions and type of private kindergartens.

- Market segmentation of the South Korea Childcare Market on the basis of type of funding institutions and region-wide enrollments.

- Trends and Developments prevailing in the South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Child care industry

- Future outlook and projections of the South Korea Pre-Primary Education market on the basis of revenues

 

 

1. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Introduction

2. Government Rules, Policies and Initiatives

3. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Size

3.1. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

3.3. By Number of Teachers, 2011-2012

4. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Segmentation

4.1. By Pre-primary Education and Child Care, 2006-2012

5. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Introduction

5.1. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market size

5.1.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

5.1.2. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

Kindergarten Children Profile, 2006-2012

5.1.3. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

5.1.4. By Number of Teachers, 2006-2012

5.1.4.1. Pupil-Teacher Ratio, FY"2006-FY"2012

5.2. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Gender, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By Type of Funding, 2006-2012

Types of Private Kindergartens, 2012

5.3. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.3.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis of South Korea Pre-primary Education Market

6. South Korea Child Care Market Introduction

6.1. South Korea Child Care Market size

6.1.1. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

6.1.2. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

6.1.3. By Number of Child Care Takers, 2011-2012

6.2. South Korea Child Care Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Funding, 2006-2012

6.2.2. By Region, 2011-2012

7. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Trends and Developments

Soaring Competition to Avail Best Services

Rising Preference for Workplace Child care

Diversifying Options for Child care

Growing Penetration of ICT

8. Macroeconomic Factors affecting South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market

8.1. Under Six Aged Population, 2006-2017

8.2. Government Expenditure on Education, 2006-2017

8.3. Live Births, 2006-2017

8.4. Number of Marriages, 2006-2017

8.5. Number of Working Women, 2006-2017

9. Appendix

9.1. Market Definitions

9.2. Abbreviations

9.3. Research Methodology

Data collection Methods

Approach

Variables (Independent and Dependent)

Final Conclusion

9.4. Disclaimer

 

Figure 1: South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child Care Industry Market Size on the Basis of Enrollments in Thousand, 2006-2012

Figure 2: South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child Care Industry Market Size on the Basis of Establishments, 2006-2012

Figure 3: South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Industry Market Size on the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2006-2012

Figure 4: South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child Care Industry Market Segmentation on the Basis of Pre-primary and Child care, 2006-2012

Figure 5: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2006-2012

Figure 6: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Enrollments in Thousands, 2006-2012

Figure 7: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Establishments, 2006-2012

Figure 8: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2006-2012

Figure 9: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Pupil-Teacher Ratio

Figure 10: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments in Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 11: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation by Enrollments in National, Public and Private Pre-Primary Institutions, in Thousands, 2006-2012

Figure 12: Types of Private Kindergartens in South Korea in Percentage, 2012

Figure 13: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2013-FY"2017

Figure 14: South Korea Child Care Market Size on the Basis of Enrollments in Thousand, 2006-2012

Figure 15: South Korea Child care Market Size on the Basis of Establishments, 2006-2012

Figure 16: South Korea Child care Market Size on the Basis of Child Care Takers, 2011 & 2012

Figure 17: South Korea Child care Market Segmentation on the Basis of Funding-based Enrollments, Percentage, 2006-2012

Figure 18: Under-Six Aged Population in South Korea in Thousand, 2006-2017

Figure 19: Government Expenditure on School Education in USD Billion, 2006-2012

Figure 20: Live Births in South Korea in Thousand, 2006-2017

Figure 21: Marriages in South Korea in Thousand, 2006-2017

Figure 22: Number of Working Women in South Korea in Thousand, 2006-2017

 

Table 1: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Children Profile, 2006-2012

Table 2: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Size on the Basis of Number of Trained Teachers and Gender, FY'2006-FY'2013

Table 3: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation on the Basis of Enrollments in Thousands, 2006-2012

Table 4: South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation on the Basis of Funded Establishments, 2006-2012

Table 5: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected South Korea Pre-Primary Education Industry Prospects

Table 6: South Korea Child care Market Segmentation on the Basis of Funding-based Establishments, 2006-2012

Table 7: South Korea Child care Market Segmentation on the Basis of Region, 2011-2012

Table 8: Correlation Matrix of the South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Child care Industry

Table 9: Regression Coefficients Output

 

South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017-Market Size Pages : 8| USD 200

1. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Introduction

2. Government Rules, Policies and Initiatives

3. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Size

3.1. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

3.2. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

3.3. By Number of Teachers, 2011-2012

4. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Segmentation

4.1. By Pre-primary Education and Child Care, 2006-2012

South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017-Pre-Primary Market Pages : 16| USD 150

5. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Introduction

5.1. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market size

5.1.1. By Revenues, 2006-2012

5.1.2. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

Kindergarten Children Profile, 2006-2012

5.1.3. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

5.1.4. By Number of Teachers, 2006-2012

5.1.4.1. Pupil-Teacher Ratio, FY'2006-FY'2012

5.2. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Segmentation

5.2.1. By Gender, 2006-2012

5.2.2. By Type of Funding, 2006-2012

Types of Private Kindergartens, 2012

5.3. South Korea Pre-primary Education Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2013-2017

5.3.1. Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis of South Korea Pre-primary Education Market

South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017-Child Care Market Pages : 7| USD 150

6. South Korea Child Care Market Introduction

6.1. South Korea Child Care Market size

6.1.1. By Number of Enrollments, 2006-2012

6.1.2. By Number of Establishments, 2006-2012

6.1.3. By Number of Child Care Takers, 2011-2012

6.2. South Korea Child Care Market Segmentation

6.2.1. By Type of Funding, 2006-2012

6.2.2. By Region, 2011-2012

South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017-Trends Pages : 1| USD 20

7. South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market Trends and Developments

Soaring Competition to Avail Best Services

Rising Preference for Workplace Child care

Diversifying Options for Child care

Growing Penetration of ICT

South Korea Pre-Primary Education and Childcare Industry Outlook to 2017-Macro Economic Factors Pages : 5| USD 70

8. Macroeconomic Factors affecting South Korea Pre-primary Education and Child care Market

8.1. Under Six Aged Population, 2006-2017

8.2. Government Expenditure on Education, 2006-2017

8.3. Live Births, 2006-2017

8.4. Number of Marriages, 2006-2017

8.5. Number of Working Women, 2006-2017

 

private corporations, companies, religious organizations, military-run kindergartens

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