GURUGRAM, India, June 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --
- The government of Qatar is making its economy self-reliant and thus, it is heavily investing in the education sector. This has resulted in increase in number of new private and public education institutions in Qatar.
- The tuition fees of the Qatar private institutions have decreased which would result in increase in number of enrollments.
- The introduction of the online education sessions through E-Learning portals is impacting the number of students enrolling for the education in Qatar. The number of female candidates is increasing in Qatar Education System.
- The Qatar Ministry is emphasizing on the international curriculum with keen focus on students being taught in English language. The international curriculum is widely accepted by the foreign universities also.
Rising Investments: The schools and colleges in Qatar are improving its education system such as switching to the international curriculum and using English language as a medium to teach as their budget is growing in a year. Due to the annual budget set by the Qatar government, the number of private and public universities has increased and also resulted in increase in number of different courses being provided by these institutions.
Government Regulation: The Qatari government launched "Qatar National Vision 2030" in order to bring about change in the Qatar education system such as changing the curriculum of the universities, implementing online learning portals, increasing the number of universities, providing various courses, and many more. These initiatives would lay the foundation stone to increase female participation and expatriates enrolling in the Qatar Education System in the coming years.
Competition: Over the past years, the region has witnessed an influx of private schools and universities to capitalize on the rise in demand for quality education. International schools such as The Phoenix Private School, Doha British School, DPS Modern Indian School, Park House English School and GEMS American Academy Qatar amongst others have opened their doors in the Qatar region. With the strong pipeline of schools expected to start operations in the next five years, it will likely challenge the sustainability of schools. This could evidently result in some of the smaller private operators shutting down their operations leading to consolidation.
Analysts at Ken Research in their latest publication "Qatar Education Market Outlook to 2023- By K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Test-Preparation Education Market" believe that the heavy investments made in the Qatar Education system will boost the number of enrollments owing to better education delivery by professional and skilled trainers/teachers. The market is expected to register positive CAGR of ~5% in terms of revenues during the forecasted period 2018-2023.
Key Segments Covered
By Qatar K-12 Education Market:
- Level of education (Pre-Primary Schools, Primary Schools, Preparatory Schools and Secondary Schools)
- Ownership of schools on the basis of various levels of education (Government and Private Schools)
- Gender in various levels of education (Male and Female)
- By various regions on the basis of number of enrollments
- Nationality on the basis of various levels of education (Qataris and Non-Qataris)
- Number of schools (Boys, Girls and Mixed Schools)
- Various grades and gender on the basis of levels of education (Grade I, Grade II, and many more)
By Qatar Higher Education Market:
- Type of Universities (Government and Private Universities)
- Gender (Male and Female)
- Academic Degree (Bachelors, Post Graduate and other courses)
By Qatar Test Preparatory Market:
- Types of Tests (SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL and GMAT)
Time Period Captured in the Report:
- Historical Period – 2013-2018
- Forecast Period – 2018-2023E
Key Target Audience
- Private K-12 Schools
- Government Organizations
- Test Preparation Institutes
- Private Vocational Training Institutes
- International Schools
- International Colleges/Universities
- Global E-learning Companies
- Investors in Education Sector
Qatar K-12 International Schools: Qatar Academy, The Phoenix Private School, Doha British School, DPS Modern Indian School, Doha Modern Indian School, Park House English School and GEMS American Academy Qatar.
Higher Educational Universities/Colleges: Qatar University, Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Northwestern University in Qatar, College of the North Atlantic – Qatar, Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, University of Calgary in Qatar, HEC Paris in Qatar, Georgetown University in Qatar, Academic Bridge Program, Doha Film Institute, University College London Qatar, Community Qatar College and Qatar Aeronautical College.
E-Learning: Edinburgh Napier University, University of Leicester, Daltown University, University of Nottingham and other online courses websites.
Private Vocational Education: Excellence Training Centre, NIIT Qatar, G-Tec Education, Qatar Skills Academy, Aptech Qatar Training Institute, EduTec Training Center, ExecuTrain Qatar and ICON Training Center.
Test Preparation: London Academy, Excellence Training Center, Educate Learning Center, Score Plus and Expression.
Key Topics Covered in the Report
- Executive Summary
- Research Methodology
- Qatar Education Industry Size
- Qatar Education Industry Future Outlook
- Qatar K-12 Education Industry
- Qatar K-12 Education Industry Segmentation
- International Schools in Qatar
- Trends and Developments in Qatar K-12 Education Industry
- Qatar K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
- Qatar Higher Education Industry Size
- Qatar Higher Education Industry Segmentation
- Qatar Higher Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections
- Qatar E-Learning Industry
- Qatar E-Learning Industry Segmentation
- Challenges in E-Learning Qatar
- Qatar E-Learning Industry Future Outlook and Projections
- Qatar Test Preparation Industry Size
- Qatar Test Preparation Industry Segmentation
- Trends and Developments in Qatar Test Preparation Industry
- Competitive Landscape of Qatar Test Preparation Industry
- Qatar Test Preparation Industry Future Outlook and Projections
- Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Segmentation
- Challenges in Vocational and Technical Training Industry of Qatar
- Qatar Vocational and Technical Training Industry Future Outlook and Projections
- Trends and Developments in Education Industry of Qatar.
- Issues and Challenges in Education Qatar
- SWOT Analysis for Qatar Education Industry
- Ministry of Education and Higher Education Qatar
- Analyst Recommendations
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