ISC data and intelligence is used by independent schools to help them plan strategically for international expansion and the development of a sister school overseas
The K-12 English-medium international schools market is expanding at pace as an increasing number of families seek out quality Western-style education for their children. Accurate data and intelligence about this market is essential for independent schools wishing to develop within it.
ISC Research is your trusted source for international school data and intelligence
ISC data, trends and intelligence help independent schools to know how, why and where demand for premium international schools is emerging, and the opportunities and the challenges for expanding an independent school brand overseas.
All that you need to prepare for development of your independent school overseas
ISC reports and research partnerships are used by many of the leading independent schools including Harrow International Schools, Wellington College, Malvern College, Dulwich College International, Haileybury, Marlborough, Repton School, Sherborne, North London Collegiate, Brighton College and Cranleigh School.
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Market Intelligence Reports
Detailed reports for specific countries that ISC considers have most potential for international school expansion and development now and in the near future.
Highlighting countries where development of new international schools look particularly favourable.
A cost-effective way for you to access specific data on any aspect of the international schools market.
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The international schools sector has been booming in the country and looks set to do so across the wider Middle East.
The international schools market is not yet saturated as some believe. Demand exists for schools offering specialisations and charging mid-market fees. Local enrolment continues to expand throughout the region.
Two reports from ISC Research highlight international schools as a pathway to a wide range of study abroad undergraduate destinations.
Investment potential within international education continues to increase in many countries, most significantly, within the development of international schools.
An increasing number of agreements now happening of UK education companies venturing into China.
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