International Education in 2030
503 education professionals from over 50 countries report lack of innovation, poor economic sustainability, teacher shortages, unequal access and escalating cost as the major risks to global education.
The growth of education stocks and why it matters
Australian international education sector grows by 15.3% over last year. Increased scrutiny on education agents and action against erring colleges on the cards. French and Hong Kong companies make valuable acquisitions.
International education revenue increases by 15.5%. A total of $30m was invested in EdTech firms through 15+ deals. Australian higher education regulator, TEQSA, tightens up private provider market.
International education grows at twice the rate of overall exports. EdTech market is gaining traction. Education stocks face uncertainty.
Increased scrutiny on international education amid non-compliance to regulatory standards. Navitas in the midst of an AUD $2b private equity bid. Review of higher education provider category standards commences.
Role of migration agents recognized. VISA policy to be amended to attract international students in regional areas. Australian universities and TVET providers provided avenues to expand in Indonesia.