DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vr8ndd/china_education) has announced the addition of the "China Education Industry Outlook to 2012 - Evolving Hong Kong Higher Education Sector" report to their offering.
The present report on China Education Industry Outlook to 2012 - Evolving Hong Kong Higher Education Sector gives a detailed analysis on pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher education performance in China and Hong Kong. It analyses industry in terms of enrollments, number of schools, repeaters, number of teachers, government expenditure and revenue. Industry trends and developments help to assess present and future performance of the industry. Also we have highlighted macro economy factors in relation to the industry to give an understanding on impact of economy performance over the industry.
The kindergarten market is highly fragmented market in China. In 2010, the number of kindergartens operating in China was recorded as 150,420 with approximately 64% private participation. In China, pre-school demand is rising with increasing number of child population. In urban cities a student is free to choose any mode of study in pre-primary level such as full time, part-time or boarding however in rural areas pre-school education is known as nursery.
Key Topics Covered:
1. China Education Industry
1.1. Industry overview
2. China Education industry segmentation
2.1. Pre-primary Education Market
2.2. Elementary and Secondary Education Market
2.3. Post secondary education market
3. China Education Industry Trends and Development
4. Country Analysis
4.1. Key Findings
4.2. Political Environment
4.3. Macro-Economic Indicators: Historical and Projections
4.4. Hong Kong Education Market
4.4.1. Market Size
4.4.2. Hong Kong Education Industry Trends and Developments
4.4.3. Hong Kong Macro-Economy
5.1. Market Definition
5.2. Market Abbreviations
5.3. Research Methodology
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Source: Research and Markets