The Uae (UAE) has retained its position towards the top of the earth’s listing for countries most abundant in quantity of British medium worldwide schools at 589, when compared with only 511 this past year.
The information was launched through the Worldwide Schools Consultancy (ISC), a number one global market intelligence and research firm centered on worldwide British speaking schools included in a study that’ll be presented entirely in the forthcoming Worldwide Private Schools Education Forum (IPSEF) Middle East on 2728 September 2016 in the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel.
Richard Gaskell, Director for Worldwide Schools in the ISC is going to be presenting the latest data on worldwide school growth in the centre East along with a detailed analysis around the employment of teachers at worldwide schools in the area.
In the resumption from the new academic year, the ISC report demonstrated the entire quantity of K12 British medium worldwide schools worldwide at 8,489, about 1,504 such schools found in the Middle East, which continues to be the largest subregion for worldwide schools on the planet.
Following a UAE, another countries which figured within the top ten include China (550), Pakistan (455), India (408) and The country (353). Saudi Arabia and Japan were at sixth and seventh with 243 each, adopted Egypt and South america at eighth and ninth with 191 each, and Indonesia at tenth with 190.
Going through city, Dubai leads the planet for worldwide schools by city with 276. Abu Dhabi is based on 3rd place with 154 schools, adopted by Doha with 142.
The ISC’s data include preschools, secondary and primary schools.
“These impressive figures only read the ongoing growth the non-public, worldwide school education through the Gulf region,” stated Rhona Greenhill, cofounder, IPSEF. “That stated, the company landscape is altering which presents numerous challenges web hosting sector stakeholders which hopefully to deal with in the forthcoming forum where we’ve asked experts about how the non-public, worldwide schools subsector can continue its growth trajectory.”
Overall, the ISC calculates which more than 4.3 million students are increasingly being educated in excess of 8,200 worldwide schools worldwide by 2026, enrolment is forecasted to achieve 8.seven million.
“Using the worldwide and school markets ongoing to develop, so that as competition increases, it’s more and more crucial that schools and investors intending to open new operations in education develop techniques for success. IPSEF Middle East hopes to supply a unique reference for those individuals active in the financing, planning, design, delivery and control over a brand new school project,” ended Greenhill.