DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rkfr8n/the_uk_education) has announced the addition of the "The UK Education Industry Forecast to 2015 - Dominance of Higher Education Sector" report to their offering.
The present report on The UK Education Industry and Forecast to 2015-Dominance of Higher Education Sector gives an overview of European education industry performance and enrollments of all levels of education (pre-primary, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education) in the UK. It discusses tuition fee and industry revenue in higher education level. Report also talks about recent industry trends and developments and major macro economy factors that leave a direct impact over the industry performance.
The UK has experienced the highest levels of productivity in number of citations relative to gross expenditure on research and development as compared to the four competitors namely the US, Germany, Japan and China.
ICT is rapidly gaining importance with rising number of domestic and international student enrollments and increasing rate of students opting for computer education. In the last few years, an increase in the usage of computers have been witnessed with median number of learners for each computer was recorded at 6.9 in primary schools and 3.4 in secondary schools. In terms of percentage, computer access reached 65% in primary schools and 63% in secondary schools in 2010.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Overview of European Union Education Industry
2. The UK Education Industry
2.1. Industry Overview
2.2. The UK Education Market Size, 2008-2011
By Schools and Enrollments, 2008-2011
2.2.1. ICT in Schools, 2006-2011
2.2.2. The UK Higher Education Industry Overview
The UK Higher Education Industry Market size
3. Industry Trends and Developments
Allotment of Funds to Academies
Tutoring Attracts Private Equity and Trade Investors
Rising Number of the UK Ed-Tech Start-Ups
Education Industry Experiencing Collaborations and Merger Deals
4. Profile of Major Players in the UK Education Industry
5. Macro Economy and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections
Internet Users in the UK
Rising Per Capita Income
International Student Population in the UK
6.1. Market Definition
6.2. Market Abbreviations
6.3. Research Methodology
Data Collection Methods
- University of Oxford,
- University of Cambridge,
- Imperial College London
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Source: Research and Markets