Education Sector in UAE to 2016 – Research report

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Education Sector in UAE To 2016 — January 2012, is a comprehensive market research report on the Education sector in UAE. The report discusses the present as well as the forecasted market size of the sector. It further discusses the trends that are taking place in the sector, as well as the key drivers, which will lead to the sector’s growth.

 

The reports analyses the Political, Economic, Social and Technological scenario of the UAE, in conjunction with the education sector, followed by a comprehensive five–forces analysis of the sector. The report further explores the opportunities in the sector, and the profile of key players in education space.

Executive Summary

Education sector today is one of the key sectors in UAE. The sector, which accounts for approximately 24% of the total government expenditure, has an estimated market size of US$7.31 billion. UAE is witnessing an increase in demand for private schools, which can impart education as per the international standards. Also, many foreign higher education institutions are coming up in the country, which provide globally accepted programs and courses to the local students.

Due to its promising growth prospects, education sector in the UAE is attracting foreign education players, as well as investors to invest in the sector. The country is expecting high demand for private schools in future. Private schools constitute approximately 60% of the country’s schools, and provide education to 0.5 million of students. As four–fifth of the country’s population that consists of non–UAE citizens, is expecting to increase, it will increase the demand for private schools, teaching in international curricula. Globalization will also lead to entry of foreign players in the sector, which will provide quality education as per international standards.

UAE will also witness increased demand for higher education institution, as approximately 0.8 million students in UAE schools might not want to go to other countries such as the US or other European countries, which are dealing with tough economic situations. Many acclaimed foreign higher education institutions are opening their branches in the free zones dedicated to education, which help these institutions to keep 100% foreign ownership and enjoy tax breaks of corporate and personal taxes.

UAE’s education sector also possesses opportunities for players that are bringing new innovations to the teaching methods. Increasing internet penetration is going to help the digital content providers take their products and services to the students, who are unable to travel long distances for education, as well as the female students, who are not allowed to go to schools. Also, the demand for skilled teachers and other staff, which has increased by approximately 30% from 2009 to 2010, will further increase as more of the students are opting to study in English, through the latest educational techniques from the 32 thousand teachers, teaching in private schools.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

• Introduction

o What is this report about?

o Exchange rate and data

• Research Methodology

• Breakup of Education System in UAE

• Current Size of Education Sector in UAE

o School Education

o Higher education

• Key Trends in UAE Education Sector

o Trend 1

o Trend 2

o Trend 3

o Trend 4

o Trend 5

o Trend 6

o Trend 7

o Trend 8

• Recent Regulations Concerning UAE Education Sector

• PEST analysis of the UAE

o Political Analysis of the UAE

o Economic Analysis of the UAE

o Social Analysis of the UAE

o Technological Analysis of the UAE

• 5-forces Analysis of Education Sector in UAE

o Threat of new competition

o Threat of substitute products and services

o Bargaining power of buyers

o Bargaining power of suppliers

o Intensity of competitive rivalry

• Forecasted Size of Education Sector in UAE 2011(E) – 2016 (F)

o School Education 2011(E) – 2016 (F)

o Higher Education 2011(E) – 2016 (F)

• Key drivers for UAE education sector

o Driver 1

o Driver 2

o Driver 3

o Driver 4

o Driver 5

• Opportunities for Private Players

o Setting up a private school in UAE

o Setting up a private higher education institution in UAE

• Promising Opportunities in Education Sector in UAE

• Profiles of Major Private Players

Table of Figures

Figure 1: Breakdown of UAE Education System

Figure 2: Size of UAE Education Sector — 2011 (E) (US$ billions)

Figure 3: Breakup of School Education Sector — 2011 (E) (US$ billions)

Figure 4: Breakup of Higher Education Sector — 2011 (E) (US$ billions)

Figure 5: 2X2 Matrix Breakup of Education Sector — 2011 (E) (US$ billions)

Figure 6: Breakup of schools in UAE – Segregated on the basis of curriculum — 2011 (E)

Figure 7: Allocation of government budget to education sector — 2010–2013(F)

Figure 8: Breakup of schools in UAE – Public and Private—2011 (E)

Figure 9: Breakup of private higher educational institutions in UAE — on the basis of geography — 2011

Figure 10: Number of Internet Broadband Subscribers in UAE — March 2011– September 2011

Figure 11: Teaching, Administrative and Technical Staff –Public and Private Schools — 2010

Figure 12: Number of Private Teachers in UAE – 2009—2010

Figure 13: Number of Private Teachers in UAE – Segregated on the basis of geography — 2010

Figure 14: Adult Education Centers in UAE – Segregated on the basis of Emirates — 2010

Figure 15: Demographic distribution of UAE — 2010 (E)

Figure 16: Five–forces analysis of UAE education sector

Figure 17: Size of UAE Education Sector — 2011(E)– 2016(F) (US$ billions)

Figure 18: Breakup of School Education Sector — 2011(E)– 2016(F) (US$ billions)

Figure 19: Breakup of Higher Education Sector — 2011(E)– 2016(F) (US$ billions)

Figure 20: Total Population and number of school children in UAE — 2008–2010

Figure 21: Private Schools and Students in UAE — 2008–2010

Figure 22: Students in Private Schools by Nationality — 2010

Figure 23: Breakup of students in higher education institutions — Nationals and Non Nationals — 2011

Figure 24: Number of schools in UAE – Segregated on the basis of geography — 2011

Figure 25: Breakup of Public Schools in UAE – Segregated on the basis of geography — 2011

Figure 26: Top–20 Private Higher Education Institutions with Highest Number of Students — 2011

Figure 27: Number of schools in UAE – Segregated on the basis of gender — 2011

Figure 28: Most preferred courses in private higher education colleges — 2011

Figure 29: Most preferred courses in government higher education colleges — 2011

Figure 30: Student : Teacher Ratio — Primary and Secondary Education —2008–2011

Figure 31: Gross Enrollment Ratio — Primary and Secondary Education —2006

Figure 32: UAE on Human Development Index 2009–2011

List of Companies and Institutions mentioned in the report

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company

Abu Dhabi University

Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training Institute

Academia Management Solutions International

Addax Education Holding LLC

Ajman University of Science and Technology

Al Ain University of Science & Technology

Al Ghurair University

Al Hosn University

Al Khawarizmi International College

ALDAR Academies

American University in Dubai

American University in the Emirates

American University of Sharjah

Canadian University of Dubai

Dubai International Academic City

Dubai International Financial Centre

Dubai Knowledge Village

Edutech

Emirates College of Technology

Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies

Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company

Emirates National Schools

Emirates Nuclear Energy Company

Emirates Telecommunications Corporation

emuallim.com

Fatima College of Health Science

GEMS Education

George Mason University, Ras Al Khaimah

Hamdan Bin Mohammed eUniversity

Higher Colleges of Technology

Hult Business School, Dubai

Innoventures Education

IQ Education Consultants

Islamic and Arabic Studies College-Dubai

Lals Group

Michigan State University

New York University

Pearson Education

Petroleum Institute

Rochester Institute of Technology in Dubai

S.S. Lootah Group

SABIS

Sorbonne–Paris University, Abu Dhabi

Taaleem

The Ras Al Khaimah Education Company (EDRAK) PJSC

Tufts University

Tulane University

UAE University

UniAdmission

University of Dubai

University of Jazeera

University of KwaZulu-Natal

University of Sharjah

University of Wollongong in Dubai

Vocational Education and Training Institute

Vocational Education Development Center

Zayed University

 

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