A one-day seminar hosted by ISC Research for education suppliers to find out the latest data, trends, intelligence and practical solutions for developing business with international schools around the world.
and intelligence on the world’s K-12 international schools market
"I am delighted to recommend the ISC team, following several years of ongoing contact with them in my joint capacity as Director of Education, TDIC and Headmaster of Cranleigh Abu Dhabi (New British International School of the Year 2017). The information supplied to us during this time has always been first rate: highly accurate and thorough, allowing us to make detailed analysis of current and future market trends, locally, nationally and internationally, as well as providing a cross reference for internal school policy. Moreover, ISC colleagues are highly personable and efficient: it is always a pleasure to communicate with them and to spend time in their company. As both a school developer and a school leader, I recommend ISC unreservedly."
Brendan Law, Headmaster, Cranleigh Abu Dhabi
Ideas about education in China are changing and parents are driving that change
Further growth expected in India as the economy flourishes and more families prepare their children for higher education overseas
Increased demand for a western education around the world has reshaped the international schools market and the students they enrol.
The international schools market in India is on the cusp of significant expansion according to ISC Research. The forecast is based upon data and intelligence that ISC Research has published in a new Market Report for India.
Investment and development of international schools is happening throughout South East Asia and more is predicted.
Why demand for an international education in China shows no sign of cooling - quite the reverse. But it's complicated.
Demand for Western education continues to increase in the Middle East
Vietnam is predicted to see significant growth of English-medium international schools in the next few years, once a new policy replacing the Vietnamese government's Decree 73 comes into place later this year.
International schools have gained a new foothold in a seemingly unstoppable global march.
At the top of the international schools market for many years and still holding the leading spot
The government of Saudi Arabia is planning to increase private sector school provision, including international schools.
The total number of students aged between 3 and 18 enrolled in English-medium international schools in the Middle East continued to increase during the past academic year.
The number of K-12 English-medium international schools in the UAE has grown 9.1% per annum since 2011, from 370 schools to 572. Enrolment has increased by 12.7% in the same time to over 583,000 students.
The first ever in-depth study into the use and demand for digital learning resources at international schools has been conducted by IERP (the International Education Research Panel), a research collaboration between ISC Research and C3 Education.