The market for online courses offered that changed higher education institutions (HEI) in the world has changed dramatically in the last ten years. During the training, scientific and research organizations continue to work hand in hand to measure size of this market is a significant amount of data from various reports on global tertiary education, to articulate the past, present and future state of education in the market.
The increase in Global Tertiary registrations
According to the report 2009 by UNESCO Institute for statistics (UIS), global tertiary registrations reaches 170 million euros in 2009, where China, India, USA and Russia already have a combined share of 45%. Other developing countries with a significant number of tertiary forms are: Brazil (6.2 million), Indonesia (4.9 million), Iran (3.4 million), South Korea (3.3 million) and Turkey (3.0 million).
More interestingly, according to the British Council, the global tertiary enrolment growth amounted to 21 million euros in the period from 2011 to 2020 as expected.
Another under the context of increasing global tertiary registrations growing number of Internet users. With 2.4 billion Internet users, than in 2012, it is expected that the online courses offered by universities around the world continue learning the method of choice of the millions of global students.
The growth of the educational market
According to IBIS Capital, in 2012 global spending on education reaches $4.4 trillion. This image is supported by 1.4 bn 62.5 million students and teachers. Thirty-four per cent (equivalent to 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars) total cost-came from secondary-special educational institutions. It is projected that these expenditures will grow to $5.4 trillion by 2015 and $6.3 trillion in 2017.
Global e-learning market of educational services, on the other hand, reached $91 billion Euro in 2012 and forecasts growth of an average annual growth of 23% from 2012 to 2017.
Clearly, the growths in the formation of the market are signs that the global market is expanding for online courses.
Trends in Global Distance Learning
This is also evident from reports and surveys, program widely distributed on the Internet widely used by many colleges and universities around the world.
Hanover-the study on which the report 2011 key trends in global distance learning raises:
UK largest online courses focused more on professional development with a focus on business-oriented programs. The number of students at 4-the software accounts for 25%, while those at level 7 accounts for 60%. Among the British online courses, business, law, medicine, science, education, social studies, the technique most frequently suggested topics areas, different institutions.
In the US, 41% of all online programs offered at different tertiary level institutions, both undergraduate and 25% graduate professional degrees. Of the 4,200 degree-granting post-secondary institutions in the country, 66% offers undergraduate online courses, while 60% of graduates of professional online courses. Online courses that are strong in demand from 2009 to 2010 health-care workers and allied Sciences, psychology, Economics, education, Informatics and engineering Sciences.
In 2013 distancelearningportal.com his independent collection published in global demand for online education.
The survey is based on 2 million visits received on your online learning portal for the whole financial year. Of this number, 69% of visitors look for a bachelor’s degree, 19% masters, and 2% for promotion. The survey also shows that online programs with high demand in Global Business & Economics, Engineering & Technology, social Sciences, applied Sciences, environmental Sciences and Law. Top countries with the highest demand for online education for UK, USA, India, Germany, Canada, Greece, Nigeria, Italy, Pakistan, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, France and Australia.
Opportunities in Higher Education for Global Engagement
According to a study conducted in 2012 from the British Council regarding the higher education global trends and new opportunities of the five-and continuing to develop a global application in the field of higher education by 2020:
· International Mobility Of Students
· The size and growth of domestic higher education systems
· Transnational education (TNE)
· International Academic Cooperation In The Study
· Business International studies and cooperation
These possibilities are already evident in various countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Africa and the middle East. In fact, the US and Britain-education programs, curricula are widely used by many universities in Asia and Africa for the development of their online. Not to worry that the growing demand for online programs, new course delivery models will be introduced as well. These branch campus-set up, program, partnership, or the partnership program, dual and joint degrees-the price and the cost of franchising and validation models. As a result, more online colleges and University departments around the world are now actively growing online market.