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The report titled, "Kuwait Education Market Outlook to 2022 - by K-12 Education, Higher Education, E-Learning, Vocational Training, Teacher Training, Private Tutor and Test-Preparation Education Market" covers the K-12 private education market size (by revenue, number of schools, number of teachers, number of classrooms and number of students), current emerging trends and developments, major issues and challenges, customer pain points & decision making parameters, investment model, along with market segmentation by level of education (Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate and Secondary), by gender (Male and Female), by nationality (Kuwaitis and non-Kuwaitis) and by region (Al Asema, Hawalii, Al Ahmadii, Al Farwaniya, Al Jahra Education and Mobark Al Kaber). The report presents competitive landscape of leading British, American and Indian schools and the major test preparation centers. Parameters such as type of curriculum, average fees per annum, class size, catchment area, student teacher ratio, number of students and others have been given prime importance. The report also covers government rules and regulation, future outlook along with SWOT analysis and analyst recommendation.

Market Overview: Kuwait’s education market is in its growth stage. Changes and overhauls brought in the overall education curriculum through government interventions & subsidies extended has been a major market support parameter. The two major organizations that oversee the operations of this sector in Kuwait are the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Higher Education.
The education market in Kuwait has registered a revenue growth close to close to 6% during 2012-2017. The Ministry of Education allocated KWD 2 billion in the 2016 annual budget for Kuwait’s K-12 education sector. This is in line with its Integrated Education Reform Program (2011-2019) and the School Education Quality Improvement Project which are geared towards developing curriculum, improving learning outcomes, encouraging efficient teaching and refining the efficiency of education.

Kuwait K-12 Education Market
Public K-12 education is extended free of cost in Kuwait with over 800 schools serving over 350 thousand children in 2017. The government expenditure in public education has grown at a CAGR close to 7% during 2012-2016. However, the quality of education in public schools is considered to be poor and there is a growing shift towards private education. The growing demand for better quality education has resulted in more players entering the market with over 500 private schools operating in 2017. American and British schools are the most expensive, charging an average fee of close to KWD 4,000 per year, whereas Indian and Pakistani schools offer more affordable rates at an average fee of close to KWD 450 per year. The market revenue of K-12 education registered a CAGR close to 6% during 2012-2017.
Currently, private K-12 schools in Kuwait provide education to over 40% of its students. The nature of the market is fragmented with various types of schools offering all types of curricula & fee range. In majority, it has been noticed that private schools are individually owned, hence leaving more room for large scale operators to take over. Major Private Schools: American (American Creative Academy, The American School of Kuwait, American United School), British (Kuwait International English School, the English Academy, New English School Kuwait) and Indian (Fahaheel Watanieh Indian Private School, Indian Educational School, United Indian School). Major Public Schools: Pironi Medium for Boys, Safia Intermediate Girls, Bints Primary Girls, Doha Elementary School for Boys, Ouzai Secondary Boys, Amama Bint Bishr. The revenues generated by the K-12 education industry in the Kuwait are projected to increase registering a five year CAGR of close to 5% during 2017-2022.

Kuwait Test Preparation Market
Kuwait’s test prep market is in its growth stage and has a combination of both local and international players operating in the market. The major catchment areas include Salmiya, Kuwait City, Fahaheel and Hawalli and the major players in the market include AMIDEAST, Apachia, British Council and ILM prep. The fees for each course are paid in advance of class commencement. GMAT, GRE and SAT are the most expensive courses with each having an average fee of close to KWD 200 and the most popular course is IELTS with close to 3,000 enrollments in 2017. TOEFL and IELTS, the two English language tests together brought in majority of the revenue registering highest enrollments in the test prep market in 2017. The SAT test prep segment was the second largest followed by GMAT training classes. The smallest segment in the test prep market was the GRE. Kuwait’s test preparation market is expected to expand with the increasing number of players entering the market and creating new test centers.

Kuwait Higher Education Market
There were only 2 universities catering to higher education sector in Kuwait in 2002, Kuwait University (KU) and Public Authority of Applied Education and Training (PAAET). Currently, there are over 18 private universities in Kuwait offering a varied number of courses. The popular universities include American College of Middle East (ACM), American University of Kuwait (AUK), American University of Middle East (AUM), Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST) and Arab Open University (AOU). [There is currently an ongoing expansion of KU that is expected to cater to nearly 40,000 students by 2019. The Kuwaiti government has also granted permits for nine new private universities with foreign affiliations to be established over the coming years.

Kuwait Vocational Training Market
The government is trying to encourage Kuwaitis to take up vocational courses to compete with expats in the country in serving various job profiles. Public VET is provided by PAAET, Higher Institute for Theatrical Arts and Higher Institute for Music Arts, free of cost. There are some private VET institutes, generally teaching programs from 4pm-10pm regarding skills such as web designing, office management and corporate training. The majority of private VET centers are located in Kuwait City or in the Hawalli Governate.

Kuwait E-Learning Market
Internet Penetration in Kuwait was at close to 80% in 2016, resulting in a growing market for e-learning services. There are a few technological concerns such as low internet speeds and bandwidth limitations. Security concerns are also an important barrier to the e-learning implementation. The main E-Learning companies offering content in Kuwait include Track Learning Solutions, British Council, Panacea Infotech, Global Learning and New Horizons Computer Learning Center. The future is promising due to the swift increase in the number of internet users and mobile penetration in the country along with positive feedback from the increasing use of smart classes in K-12 schools and higher use of online portals to read e-books.

Kuwait Teacher Training Market
There are only two teacher training institutes in Kuwait, namely KU and PAAET which offer training free of cost, even to non-Kuwaitis students. These institutions are publicly owned with no private institutions offering this service in the country. The Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) is responsible for the accreditation and regulation process of teachers in Kuwait. The steady rise of the student population and increasing competition between students acts as growth drivers in the teacher training market. However, budget cuts and rapid changes in the body of knowledge in all subjects can pose as challenges to the growth of the market.

Kuwait Private Tutors Market
Private tuition is prohibited by the government of Kuwait, but the market still persists due to the profitability involved. Private tuition is lucrative for teachers as parents and students alike are competitive and indulge in this service to achieve higher grades. The majority of private teachers in Kuwait (70%) are located in Hawalli and Kuwait City.

Time Period Captured in the Report
2012-2017 - Historical Period
2018-2022 - Future Forecast

Key Segments Covered
Market Segmentation for Kuwait K-12 Private Education
Market Segmentation By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate, Secondary)
Market Segmentation By Gender (Male & Female)
Market Segmentation By Nationality (Kuwaiti & Non-Kuwaiti)
Market Segmentation By School Type (Foreign & Arabic)
Market Segmentation for Kuwait Test Preparation
Market Segmentation By Revenue on the Basis of Type of Test Taken (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, SAT)

Key Target Audience
Private K-12 Schools
Government Organizations
Test Preparation Institutes
Private Vocational Training Institutes
International Schools
International Colleges/Universities
Global E-learning Companies
Investors

COMPANIES CITED IN THE REPORT

Private Schools (New English School Kuwait , Kuwait International English School, The English Academy, Kuwait English School, Kuwait National English School, American United School, American Creative Academy, American International School of Kuwait, American Academy for Girls, The American School of Kuwait, Fahaheel Watanieh Indian Private School, Indian Community School, Indian Public School, Indian Educational School, United Indian School)
Public and Private Universities/Colleges (Kuwait University, Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Kuwait Institute for Medical Specialization, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Arab Open University, American University of Kuwait, Kuwait Maastricht Business School, Australian College of Kuwait, International University of Science and Technology, Box Hill College Kuwait, American College of Middle East, American University of Medical sciences, Kuwait Technical College, College of Aviation Technology, Algonquin College, Kuwait College of Science and Technology)
Private Tutors (Abbasiya, Al Farwaniyah, Home Tuitions, Salmiya, Home Tutoring, Bnied Al Gar, City Training Institute, Hawalli, Al Tawoon Institute, Salmiya, Tutorware Solutions Inc, Bayan, After School Center, Salmiya)
E-learning (Track Learning Solutions (Content based), Panacea InfoTech Pvt Ltd, British Council, Global Learning Systems, Kuwait e-Learning center, New Horizons Computer learning center (Content and technology based), Can Translate, AIMS (Arab Information Management services), Xpert Learning, Black board Learn by Black Board Inc, Codea Technology, Edufic, Global Learning, Human Soft)
Teacher Training (Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Kuwait University)
Test Preparation (Apachia, Amideast, British Council, ILM Prep, Center for Continuing Education (AUK), Ivy Education Center)
Vocational Education (Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Higher Institute for Theatrical Arts, Higher Institute for Music Arts, City Institute, Universal Institute, ICSA, Continuing Education (Arab Open University))

Key Topics Covered in the Report
Kuwait Education Market Ecosystem
Kuwait Education Market Size, 2012-2017
Emerging Trends and Developments in Kuwait K-12 Public and Private Education Market and Test Preparation Market, 2017
Issues and Challenges in Kuwait K-12 Public and Private Education Market, 2017
Customer Profiling: Pain Points and Decision Making Parameters for K-12 Education Market, 2017
Kuwait Education Market Government Regulations K-12, Higher Education, Test-Preparation, E-Learning, Vocational Training, Teacher Training
Investment Model for Kuwait K-12 Education Market
Competitive Landscape of major Players in Kuwait K-12 Education Market and Test Prep Market, 2017
Snapshot of Kuwait Higher Education Market, 2017
Snapshot of Kuwait Vocational Education Market, 2017
Snapshot of Kuwait E-learning Market, 2017
Snapshot of Kuwait Private Tutors Market, 2017
Snapshot of Kuwait Teacher Training Market, 2017
Kuwait Education Market SWOT Analysis
Kuwait Education Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018E-2022E
Analyst Recommendations

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Scope

1. Executive Summary

Market Size & Overview
Kuwait K-12 Education Market Overview, Segmentation & Future
Kuwait Test Preparation Market
Snapshot on Kuwait Higher Education Market
Snapshot on Kuwait Vocational Training Market
Snapshot on Kuwait E-Learning Market
Snapshot on Kuwait Teacher Training Market
Snapshot on Kuwait Private Tutors Market
Kuwait Education Future Market Projections

2. Research Methodology

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling

Consolidated Research Approach
Market Sizing–Kuwait Education Market
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Assumptions and Limitations
Final Conclusion

3. Kuwait Education Market Ecosystem, 2017

4. Kuwait Education Market Size, 2012-2017

5. Kuwait K-12 Education Market, 2012-2022

5.1. Kuwait K-12 Education Market Size, 2012-2017

Public K-12 Education Market-Graphical Analysis, 2012-2017
Private K-12 Education Market- Graphical Analysis, 2012-2017

5.2. Kuwait PublicK-12 Education Market Segmentation By Level of Education, Gender, Nationality and Region, 2012-2017

5.2.1. By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate and Secondary), 2012-2017

On the Basis of government expenditure, 2012-2016
On the Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017

5.2.2. By Gender (Male and Female), 2012-2017

On the Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017

5.2.3. By Nationality (Kuwaiti & Non Kuwaiti), 2012-2017

On the Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number Of Teachers, 2012-2017

5.2.4. By Region (Ahmadii, AL Farwaniya, Asema, AL Jahra, Hawalii &Mobark Al Kaber), 2012-2017

On The Basis Of Number Of Schools, 2012-2017
On The Basis Of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On the Basis of Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017

5.3. Kuwait Private K-12 Education Market Segmentation By Level of Education, Gender, Nationality and School Type, 2012-2017

5.3.1. By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate, and Secondary), 2012-2017

On The Basis of Revenue, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017

5.3.2. By Gender (Male and Female), 2012-2017

On The Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Schools, 2014-2017
On The Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Classrooms, 2014-2017

5.3.3. By Nationality (Kuwaiti & Non Kuwaiti), 2014-2017

On The Basis of Enrollment, 2014-2017
On The Basis of Number of Teachers, 2014-2017

5.3.4. By School Type (Foreign and Arabic), 2012-2017

On The Basis of Enrollment, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017
On The Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017

5.4. Kuwait K-12 Education Market Investment Model

General Fee Structure, 2017
Infrastructure Details Considered in the Model, 2017
Faculty Details Considered in the Model, 2017
Total Capacity of School Considered
Curriculum Followed by the School

5.4.1. Case-1: Kuwaiti Investor opening Indian School
5.4.2. Case-2: Non-Kuwaiti (Indian) opening Indian School through a Kuwaiti Sponsor

5.5. Major Trends and Developments in Kuwait’s K-12 Education Market

5.5.1. Rising Fee of private K-12 Schools
5.5.2. Increasing Expatriate Enrollment in private K-12 Schools
5.5.3. Rising Government Investments in Kuwait Education Sector

5.6. Major Market Restrictions in Kuwait’s K-12 Education Market

5.6.1. K-12 Private Market Challenges

Difficult for New Entants
Difficulty in Securing Finance
Shortage of Qualified Teachers
Lack of Public Data Availability

5.7. Customer Profiling K-12 Education Market Kuwait

Major Decision Making parameters
Pain Points Of Customers

5.8. Government Regulation for K-12 Public and Private schools

5.9. Competitive Landscape of Major Schools in Kuwait K-12 Education Market, 2017

Competition Scenario Kuwait’s K-12 Education Industry
Comparison Landscapefor British Schools, 2017
Comparison Landscape for American Schools, 2017
Competition Comparison Landscape for Indian Schools, 2017

5.10. Kuwait K-12 Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2018E-2023E

6. Kuwait Test Preparation Market, 2012-2017

6.1. Kuwait Test Preparation Market Introduction
6.2. Kuwait Test Preparation Market Size, 2012 -2017
6.3. Kuwait Test Preparation Market Segmentation, 2017
6.4. Major Players in Kuwait Test Preparation, 2017
6.5. Kuwait Test Preparation Future Market Prediction, 2018E-2022E

7. Snapshot on Kuwait Higher Education Market, 2017

7.1. Timeline of Public and Private Universities in Kuwait, 1966-2017
7.2. Kuwait Higher Education Market Overview

7.2.1. Kuwait Public Higher Education Market, 2017

Market overview
Market Data Analysis, 2017

7.2.2. Kuwait Private Higher Education Market, 2012-2018

Market Overview
Market Data Analysis, 2012-2018

7.3. Kuwait Higher Education Market Major Trends & Growth Drivers
7.4. Kuwait Higher Education Market Challenges
7.5. Kuwait Higher Education Future Developments

8. Snapshot on Kuwait Vocational Education, 2017

9. Snapshot on Kuwait E-Learning Market, 2017

9.1. Market Overview& Ecosystem
9.2. Market Trends, Developments and Challenges

Governemnt Policies Facilitating E-learning market in Kuwait
Increasing Internet Penetration in Kuwait
Technological advancments
Techonology barriers
Linguistic Barriers

9.3. Mobile Learning in Kuwait and its Benefits and Challenges

Market Overview
Benefits of M-Learning
Challenges and Drawbacks of M-Learning

9.4. E-Learning Market Future

10. Snapshot on Kuwait Private Tutors Market, 2017

11. Snapshot on Kuwait Teacher Training, 2017

12. Kuwait Education Market SWOT Analysis

Strengths of Kuwait Education Market
Weakness of Kuwait Education Market
Opportunities of Kuwait Education Market
Threats of Kuwait Education Market

13. Kuwait Education Market Future Outlook, 2018E-2022E

14. Analyst Recommendation

Disclaimer


List Of Figure

Figure 1-1: Kuwait Education Market Flow Chart and Overall Structure, 2017
Figure 4-1: Kuwait Education Market Size on the Basis of Revenues in KWD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-1: Kuwait K-12 Education Market Size by Government Expenditure in KWD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2016
Figure 5-2: Kuwait K-12 Public Education Market Size by Number of Schools and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-3: Kuwait K-12 Public Education Market Size by Number of Enrollment/Students in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-4: Kuwait K-12 Public Education Market Size by Number of Teachers in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-5: Kuwait K-12 Public Education Market Size by Number of Classrooms in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-6: Kuwait K-12 Private Education Market Size by Revenue in Millions and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-7: Kuwait K-12 Private Education Market Size by Number of Schools and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-8: Kuwait K-12 Private Education Market Size by Number of Students in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-9: Kuwait K-12 Private Education Market Size by Number of Teachers in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-10: Kuwait K-12 Private Education Market Size by Number of Classrooms in Thousands and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-11: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Government Expenditure in Percentage (%), 2012-2016
Figure 5-12: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-13: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-14: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-15: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-16: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-17: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-18: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-19: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-20: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-21: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-22: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-23: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Basis Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-24: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-25: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-26: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-27: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-28: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-29: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-30: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-31: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-32: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-33: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-34: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-35: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-36: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-37: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Enrollment in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-38: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-39: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-40: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Schools in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-41: Kuwait K-12 Private School Average Fees Charged per Annum in KWD and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2018
Figure 5-42: Expat Demographics in Kuwait, 2018
Figure 5-43: Number of Public & Private K-12 Schools in Kuwait, 2012-2017
Figure 5-44: Expat Population in Kuwait in Millions and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-45: Government Expenditure per Student in Kuwait's K-12 Public Market in KWD, 2012-2016
Figure 5-46: Total K-12 Government Expenditure in Kuwait (in KWD Million) and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 5-47: Kuwait Private K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Revenues in KWD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018E-2022E
Figure 5-48: Kuwait Private K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Number of Schools and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2022
Figure 5-49: Kuwait K-12 Education Industry Future Projections on the Basis of Government Expenditure in KWD million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%)
Figure 6-1: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Size by Revenue in KWD Thousands & Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2012-2017
Figure 6-2: Kuwait Test Prep Market on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 7-1: Enrollment in Private Universities by Gender (Male and Female), 2012-2015
Figure 7-2: Enrollment in Private Universities by Nationality (Kuwaiti and Non-Kuwaiti), 2012-2015
Figure 7-3: Number of Engineering Students in the American College of Middle East on the Basis of Course Type (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial and Computer Engineering), 2015-2017
Figure 7-4: Number of Engineering Students in the American University of Kuwait on the Basis of Course Type (Electrical and Computer), 2015-2018
Figure 7-5: Number of Engineering Students in the American University of Middle Easton the Basis of Course Type, 2015-2018
Figure 8-1: Number of Registered Students in the High Institute for Theatrical Arts in Acting and Producing on the basis of Gender (Male and Female), 2015-2017
Figure 8-2: Number of Registered Students in the High Institute for Theatrical Arts in Theater Criticism and Literature on the Basis of Gender (Male and Female), 2015-2017
Figure 8-3: Number of Registered Students in the High Institute for Theatrical Arts in Theatrical Decoration on the Basis of Gender (Male and Female), 2015-2017
Figure 9-1: Number of Internet Users in Kuwait in Millions, 2008-2016
Figure 10-1: Kuwait Private Tutors by Governate including Hawalli, Al Asimah, Al Ahmadi, Al Farwaniyah, Mubarak Al Kabeer and Al Jahra, 2017


List Of Table

Table 2-1:Kuwait Education Market Definitions, 2017
Table 2-2: Kuwait Education Market Correlation Matrix
Table 2-3: Kuwait K-12 Market Regression Coefficients Output
Table 3-1: Kuwait Education Market Ecosystem Including Name & Number of Public Schools, Private Schools, Public And Private Universities, Private Tutors, E-Learning, Teacher Training, Test Preparation, Vocational Education And Regulatory Body, 2017
Table 4-1: Rationale and Description for Growth in Kuwait Education Market Size and Key Developments & Reasons for Change, 2012-2017
Table 5-1: Rationale & Description for Kuwait K-12 Education Market Size, Market Genesis and Market Overview, 2012-2017
Table 5-2: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Government Expenditure in KWD Thousands, 2012-2016
Table 5-3: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-4: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
Table 5-5: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-6: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-7: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-8: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
Table 5-9: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-10: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender (Male and Female) on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2014-2017
Table 5-11: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-12: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-13: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
Table 5-14: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-15: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-16: Kuwait Public K-12 Market Segmentation by Region on the Number of Classrooms, 2012-2017
Table 5-17: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Revenue in KWD Millions, 2012-2017
Table 5-18: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-19: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
Table 5-20: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2012-2017
Table 5-21: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Level of Education on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-22: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-23: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2014-2017
Table 5-24: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-25: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Gender on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2014-2017
Table 5-26: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2014-2017
Table 5-27: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by Nationality on the Basis of Number of Teachers, 2014-2017
Table 5-28: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Enrollment in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-29: Kuwait Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Teachers in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-30: Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Classrooms in Thousands, 2012-2017
Table 5-31: Private K-12 Market Segmentation by School Type on the Basis of Number of Schools, 2012-2017
Table 5-32: Information Including Steps to Establish a School, Model Assumptions, School Session and Timings, Transport and Tuition Fees, Terms & Conditions and Details of Documents to be Submitted, 2017
Table 5-33: Fee Structure for terms across all classes from LKG to XII for Terms I-III, 2017
Table 5-34:Infrastructural Details Considered In The Model Including Buildup Area, Number Of Block/Building, Number Of Playgrounds, Total Area Of Playground, Number Of Rooms (Small+Medium+Large), Number Of Staff Restrooms, Number Of Washrooms (Staff+Students) And Others , 2017
Table 5-35: Faculty Details including Post Graduate Teachers (PGT), Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT), Primary Teachers (PRT) and Physical Education Teachers (PET), 2017
Table 5-36: Total Capacity of the School from LKG-XII, 2017 School, 2017
Table 5-37: Curriculum Followed in School from Kindergarten to 12th Grade, 2017
Table 5-38: Total Fixed Cost Including Land, Furniture, Lab Equipment, Pre-Operative Costs Building Cost and Others, 2017 Fixed Cost, 2017
Table 5-39: Total Working Capital in a Month, 2017
Table 5-40: Total Staff Salary including PGT, TGT, Management Salary, Housekeeping, Guard Salary and Others, 2017
Table 5-41: Total Working Capital in a Year, 2017
Table 5-42: Total Annual Revenue Earned, 2017
Table 5-43: Tuition Income For All Classes from LKG-XII, 2017
Table 5-44: Transport Income Including Cost below 10 Km and Beyond 10 km, 2017
Table 5-45: Profitability including Revenues from Fees, Total Annual Expenses, Annual Profit Pre-Tax, Payback Period and others, 2017
Table 5-46: Total Fixed Cost including Furniture, Lab Equipment, Pre Operative Costs and Others, 2017
Table 5-47: Total Working Capital Required in a Month, 2017
Table 5-48: Total Staff Salary including PGT, TGT, Management Salary, Housekeeping, Guard Salary and Others, 2017
Table 5-49: Total Working Capital in a Year, 2017
Table 5-50: Total Annual Revenue Earned, 2017
Table 5-51: Tuition Income from All Classes, LKG-XII, 2017
Table 5-52: Transport Income, 2017
Table 5-53: Profitability including Revenues from Fees, Total Annual Expenses, Annual Profit Pre-Tax, Payback Period and others, 2017
Table 5-54: Average Annual Fees in Public & Private Schools, 2018
Table 5-55: Kuwait K-12 Education Market Major Decision Making Parameters, 2017
Table 5-56: Kuwait K-12 Education Market Pain Points and their impact on customer satisfaction
Table 5-57: Responsible Regulatory Body, Documents Required for Private School Contract, School Contract, Curriculum Followed, Student Teacher Ratio and others, 2017
Table 5-58: School Comparison by Type of Curriculum, Average Number of Students, Average Classroom Size, Average Number of Teachers and Average Fees in KWD, 2017
Table 5-59:Leading BritishSchools in Kuwait IncludingCurriculum Offered, Catchment Area, Grades and Fee Range(in KWD), 2017
Table 5-60: LeadingAmerican Schools in Kuwait including Curriculum Offered, Catchment Area, Grades and Fee Range (in KWD), 2017
Table 5-61: Leading Indian Schools in Kuwait including Curriculum Offered, Catchment Area, Grades and Fee Range (in KWD), 2017
Table 5-62: Kuwait K-12 Education Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018E-2022E
Table 6-1: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview Including Market Structure, Major Companies, Average Price, Batch Size, Number of Batches, Number of Players and Catchment Areas, 2017
Table 6-2: Rationale & Description for Kuwait Test Prep Market Size on the basis of KWD Thousands with Rationale and Description, 2012-2017
Table 6-3: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview for GMAT Including Name of Center (University Considered), Number of Centers, Number of Students Per Batch, Number of Batches Per Year, Fees Per Student KWD, Total Revenue in KWD, 2017
Table 6-4: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview for GRE Including Name of Center (University Considered), Number of Centers, Number of Students Per Batch, Number of Batches Per Year, Fees Per Student KD, Total Revenue in KD, 2017
Table 6-5: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview for TOEFL Including Name of Center (University Considered), Number of Centers, Number of Students Per Batch, Number of Batches Per Year, Fees Per Student KD, Total Revenue in KD, 2017
Table 6-6: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview for IELTS Including Name of Center (University Considered), Number of Centers, Number of Students Per Batch, Number of Batches Per Year, Fees Per Student KD, Total Revenue in KD, 2017
Table 6-7: Kuwait Test Preparation Market Overview for SAT Including Name of Center (University Considered), Number of Centers, Number of Students Per Batch, Number of Batches Per Year, Fees Per Student KD, Total Revenue in KD, 2017
Table 6-8 Number of Kuwait’s Students Studying Abroad in Countries Including US, Jordan, UK, Australia, UAE, Saudi Arabia in Thousands, 2012 and 2017
Table 6-9: Rationale & Description for Kuwait Test Preparation Market Segmentation by Types of Tests (TOEFL, IELTS,SAT, GMAT and GRE) on the Basis of Revenue in KWD Tthousands, 2017
Table 6-10: Kuwait Test Prep Market on the Basis of Revenue in KWD Thousands, 2017
Table 6-11: Major Players with Description & Rationale including Overview, Number of Centers, Catchment Area and Services Provided, 2017
Table 7-1: Timeline of Kuwait's Public and Private University Date of Establishment, 1966-2017
Table 7-2: Kuwait Public Higher Education Market including Enrollment & Market Definitions, Regulatory Body and Ecosystem, 2017
Table 7-3: Newly Admitted Students in Kuwait University in the 1st semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-4: Newly Admitted Students in Kuwait University in the 2nd Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-5: Registered Students in Kuwait University in the 1st Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-6:Registered Students in Kuwait University inthe2nd Semester On The Basis Of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-7: Registered Students in Kuwait University in the Summer Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-8: Enrolled Students in Kuwait University in the 1st Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-9: Enrolled Students in Kuwait University in the 2nd Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-10: Enrolled Students in Kuwait University in the Summer Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-11:Registered Students in Kuwait University Post Graduate Courses in the 1st Semester for Full time on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-12:Registered Students in Kuwait University Post Graduate Courses in the 2ndSemester for Full time on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-13:Registered Students in Kuwait University Post Graduate Courses in the 1st semester for Part time on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-14:Registered Students in Kuwait University Post Graduate Courses in the 2nd Semester for Part time on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2017
Table 7-15: Newly Admitted Students in PAAET Institutes in the 1st Semester on the Basis of Institutes by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-16: Newly Admitted Students in PAAET Institutes in the 2nd Semester on the Basis of Institutes by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-17:Enrolled Students in PAAET Institutes in the 1st Semester on the Basis of Institutes by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-18:Enrolled Students in PAAET Institutes in the 2nd Semester on the Basis of Institutes by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-19: Newly Admitted Students in PAAET colleges in the 1st Semester on the Basis of colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7 20: Newly Admitted Students in PAAET colleges in the 2ndSemester on the basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-21: Registered Students in PAAET Colleges in the 1st Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-22: Registered Students in PAAET colleges in the 2nd Semester on the Basis of Colleges by Gender (Male and Female), 2016
Table 7-23: Kuwait Private Higher Education Market Overview Including Government Regulatory Body, Ecosystem, Description & Rationale of Popular Colleges and Average Semester Fees/Fees per Credit Hour, 2017
Table 8-1: Description and Rationale for Public & Private Vocational Education in Kuwait, 2017
Table 8-2: Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Education Departments and Courses Offered, 2017
Table 9-1: Major Companies and Centers Providing E-learning in Kuwait, 2017
Table 10-1: Kuwait Private Tutors Market Overview and Main Tuition Centers, 2017
Table 10-2: Number of Private Tutors in Kuwait by Governate with Major Catchment Areas& Number of Tutors, 2017
Table 10-3: Kuwait Private Tutors by Level of Education, Major Subjects and Average Fees Charged Per Hour
Table 11-1: Kuwait Teacher Training Market Overview Including Major Colleges, Fees Charged, Regulatory Body, Required Qualifications, Salary Package, Growth Drivers and Challenges, 2017
Table 11-2: Newly Admitted Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the First Semester, 2017
Table 11-3: Newly Admitted Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the Second Semester, 2017
Table 11-4: Registered Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the First Semester, 2017
Table 11-5: Registered Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the Second Semester, 2017
Table 11-6: Registered Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the Summer Semester, 2017
Table 11-7: Enrolled Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the First Semester, 2017
Table 11-8: Enrolled Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the Second Semester, 2017
Table 11-9: Enrolled Students in College of Education Kuwait University in the Summer Semester, 2017
Table 11-10: Newly Admitted Students in College of Basic Education, PAAET in the First Semester, 2016
Table 11-11: Newly Admitted Students in College of Basic Education, PAAET in the Second Semester, 2016
Table 11-12: Registered Students in College of Basic Education, PAAET in the First Semester, 2016
Table 11-13: Registered Students in College of Basic Education, PAAET in the Second Semester, 2016
Table 12-1: Major Strengths of Kuwait Education Market Including Increasing Spending on Quality Education, Government Support, Increased Enrollments and Entry of International Players
Table 12-2: Weakness of Kuwait Education Market including Limited Number of Teachers, Government Control on Fee Hike, Public Data Availability and High Costs to Entry
Table 12-3: Opportunities of Kuwait Education Market including Improvement of Teaching Methods, Government Initiative, Growing Population and Opening up of International School Chains
Table 12-4: Threats of Kuwait Education Market including VAT on Private Education, Government Control and Competition, Growth n Enrollments of Public Education and Decline in Expat Population.
Table 13-1: Kuwait Education Future Market Outlook and Projections, 2018E-2022E
Table 13-2: Kuwait Education Industry Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenues in KWD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2022
Table 14-1: Analyst Recommendation for Kuwait Education Market, 2017

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Market Segmentation for Kuwait K-12 Private Education, Market Segmentation By Level of Education (Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate, Secondary), Market Segmentation By Gender (Male & Female), Market Segmentation By Nationality (Kuwaiti & Non-Kuwaiti), Market Segmentation By School Type (Foreign & Arabic), Market Segmentation for Kuwait Test Preparation , Market Segmentation By Revenue on the Basis of Type of Test Taken (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, SAT)

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Private Schools (New English School Kuwait , Kuwait International English School, The English Academy, Kuwait English School, Kuwait National English School, American United School, American Creative Academy, American International School of Kuwait, American Academy for Girls, The American School of Kuwait, Fahaheel Watanieh Indian Private School, Indian Community School, Indian Public School, Indian Educational School, United Indian School), Public and Private Universities/Colleges (Kuwait University, Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Kuwait Institute for Medical Specialization, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Arab Open University, American University of Kuwait, Kuwait Maastricht Business School, Australian College of Kuwait, International University of Science and Technology, Box Hill College Kuwait, American College of Middle East, American University of Medical sciences, Kuwait Technical College, College of Aviation Technology, Algonquin College, Kuwait College of Science and Technology), Private Tutors (Abbasiya, Al Farwaniyah, Home Tuitions, Salmiya, Home Tutoring, Bnied Al Gar, City Training Institute, Hawalli, Al Tawoon Institute, Salmiya, Tutorware Solutions Inc, Bayan, After School Center, Salmiya), E-learning (Track Learning Solutions (Content based), Panacea InfoTech Pvt Ltd, British Council, Global Learning Systems, Kuwait e-Learning center, New Horizons Computer learning center (Content and technology based), Can Translate, AIMS (Arab Information Management services), Xpert Learning, Black board Learn by Black Board Inc, Codea Technology, Edufic, Global Learning, Human Soft), Teacher Training (Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Kuwait University), Test Preparation (Apachia, Amideast, British Council, ILM Prep, Center for Continuing Education (AUK), Ivy Education Center), Vocational Education (Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Higher Institute for Theatrical Arts, Higher Institute for Music Arts, City Institute, Universal Institute, ICSA, Continuing Education (Arab Open University))

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