Raising demand for private education is providing high growth to UAE education industry, says RNCOS.
Noida, UP -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/03/2014 -- The growing demand for private education by locals and expatriates due to their increasing purchasing power and greater awareness has become one ot the major drivers of UAE education industry. Together with, reformation in the public education sector, similar activities is also being witnessed in the private education sector in UAE. With greater demand for private education, Ministry of Education is trying to make it both affordable and of high quality. According to a new report by RNCOS, “UAE Education Market Outlook 2018”, the increasing frequency of private investments in the education sector is further improving its state in the region.
According to our report, the demand for private education is increasing in the UAE as expatriates are being given preference for jobs in private & multinational companies as the government jobs are for the nationals. The varied curricula and academic & co-curricular facilities provided by the private institutes is raising the quality of education and thereby enrollments in the private institutes. The leading players of the industry like GEMS education build partnerships with governments, donor agencies and private clients to raise educational standards and outcomes. Also, as private school sector is profitable and friendly to new investors, the government is putting in initiatives to improve the private sector involvement in the education. Hence, with innovative steps taken by the private schools, initiatives from the government and private investors finding opportunities in UAE education industry, is set to provide further momentum to the industry.
The report “UAE Education Market Outlook 2018”, thoroughly analyzes the UAE education sector and covers exhaustive analysis of the education scenario in all seven emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al-Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah). The detailed market forecast of student enrollment, number of schools and academic staffs till 2017-18 has been covered in the report. The report also analyzes the potential requirement of kindergarten, elementary, intermediate, and secondary education segments at public level to accommodate anticipated student enrollment during the forecast period. It also delves into the aspect of number of public schools, public schools academic staffs, and public schools administrative & technical staffs required at all the four education levels, during academic year 2013-14 to 2017-18.
Further, a section on higher education providing current and future scenario of student enrollment, number of schools and academic staffs till 2017-18 has been highlighted in the report. Additionally, some of the preferred courses by students that have emerged over the past few years have been identified. A brief overview of the technical and adult education scenario in UAE has also been provided. In lieu of changing background factors in the region, PEST analysis has been done to provide a comprehensive view about the political, economical, social and technological factors affecting the industry. Furthermore, the report also covers key industry players, which will help clients to gain insights on their overview, branches, and curriculum.
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