China Education and Training Industry Report, 2006-2007
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China education industry has experienced a rapid growth since reform and opening-up. Taking the higher education for example, in 2005, the total number of regular institutions for higher education and adult higher education institutions reached 2273 units, up 37 units over last year. Of these, the former increased by 61 to 1792 units including 701 undergraduate colleges and 1091 higher vocational (specialized) colleges; the latter decreased by 24 to 481 units over 2004. Among 766 institutions for postgraduates study, 450 were higher education colleges and 316 were scientific research institutes. Meanwhile, education and training for vocational skills also made a great progress. The statistics from Ministry of Education show that, in 2005, graduates from non-formal adult educations held by national higher education schools reached 3,733,900; graduates from non-formal secondary educations amounted to 67.438,700 and students of completing the vocational trainings reached 59.341,900. There were 198,600 schools/institutions for vocational technology training with teaching staff 526,200 including full-time teachers of 256,000. The skills training centers for adult have achieved a large scale but the quality and standard need be further improved.

Students Enrolled in Non-formal Programs of All Types and Levels, 2005

Private education plays an important role in China education and training industry. In 2005, there were 86,200 private schools (education institutions) excluding 29,000 private training centers, enrolled students reached 21.681 million. Of these, private secondary vocational schools totaled at 2017 with 1.5414 million enrolled students and 149,100 non-formal students; private higher education schools was up to 252 with 1.0517 million enrolled students including 104,100 undergraduate students, 947,600 junior college students and 191,800 students in other forms of education; academies amounted to 295 with 1.0746 million enrollments including  900,900 undergraduate students, 173,700 junior college students and 3,300 students in other forms of education; private higher education institutions reached 1077 units with 1.0915 million enrolled students. Besides, there were 29,048 private training centers and 8.895 million people took part in the training courses.

With its list in USA on Sep 7, 2006, New Oriental became the first Chinese education company listed in USA. As global powerful education institutions will constantly surge into China while domestic strong counterparts have to strive for further advancement, China private education industry will face an increasingly fierce competition for the future.

China education and training industry generates a rapid growth but is baffled by some bottlenecks: firstly, the market concentration degree is not so high and chain-store operation is scattered. There are only a small number of national authoritative education and training institutions, and even, all of them are at different level. Secondly, with a short-time operation, the teaching reform of chain enterprises has to be deepened. Without outstanding operating features and their own curriculum system, many projects damaged the benefits of students. In addition, the enthusiasm of investment from potential franchisers is expecting to be aroused. Moreover, as a supplementary to formal education, the training education has been developing under the support of private fund, so it always encounters capital bottleneck while making an expansion.

1 Overview of education and training industry
1.1 Overview of China education industry
1.1.1 Compulsory education
1.1.2 Senior high school education
1.1.3 Higher education
1.1.4 Adult training and anti-illiteracy education
1.1.5 Private education
1.2 Development overview of education and training

2 Development environments 
2.1 Macroeconomic environment
2.1.1 Development status of China economic society
2.1,2 Macroeconomic trend in 2006-2007
2.1.3 Macro background
2.2 Policies, laws and regulations
2.2.1 Related policies, laws and regulations
2.2.2 New policies on senior high school graduates failing to enter higher education
2.3 Social and cultural environments
2.3.1 Population development
2.3.2 Spot check for nation-wide population in 2005
2.3.3 Labor and social security course in 2005
2.3.4 Investment in family education
2.4 Status quo of employment
2.4.1 Status quo of college students and demands
2.4.2 Enterprises’ recruitment and demands for college students 
2.4.3 Demand and supply between enterprises’ human resource and college students
2.5 Education industrialization analysis
2.6 Educational funds
2.6.1 Three growths
2.6.2 Proportion of budget educational funds against financial expenditure
2.6.3 Proportion of financial education funds against GDP

3 Development status of private education 
3.1 Overview
3.1.1 Basic conditions
3.1.2 Governmental policies 
3.1.3 Basic experience
3.1.4 Primary problems
3.2 Development status
3.2.1 Development characteristics
3.2.2 Characteristics of private higher education schools
3.2.3 Developing trend of private higher education schools
3.3 Private education institutions
3.3.1 National regular private higher education schools in 2005
3.3.2 Academies in China, 2006
3.3.3 Top 20 private higher education schools in China
3.4 Development feature
3.4.1 Value chain of private higher education schools
3.4.2 Brand characteristics
3.4.3 Employment system 
3.5 Developing trend and prospect
3.5.1 Market scale of education and training for junior high school, primary school and preschool
3.5.2 Prospect of private higher education
3.6 Thinking on private education development

4 Development of vocational education
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Reform
4.1.2 Promotional measures in 2006
4.2 Vocational education system
4.2.1 System
4.2.2 Targets and results
4.2.3 Advancing system innovation
4.2.4 Development policies and measures

5 Development of training market
5.1 Development status
5.1.1 Overview of 2005
5.1.2 Target group
5.1.3 Crisis
5.1.4 New laws and regulations on Sino-foreign vocational skills training
5.2 Market analysis of IT training industry 
5.2.1 IT talents are short of supply
5.2.2 Prospect 
5.2.3 Three modes of IT vocational training
5.2.4 Rapid expansion of IT training centers
5.2.5 It is imperative for IT training industry to get out of error zone
5.2.6 Market segmentation 
5.2.7 Brand concentration quick up
5.2.8 Market development 
5.3 Market analysis of foreign language training industry
5.3.1 Overview of English training market in 2006
5.3.2 Market scale of English training in 2010
5.3.3 On-line English training market is rising
5.3.4 Market value of business English training
5.3.5 Difficulties of English training market
5.4 Market analysis of children training industry
5.4.1 Market survey of children’s English training
5.4.2 Chain advantages
5.5 Market analysis of management training industry
5.5.1 Market analysis in 2006
5.5.2 Market pattern
5.5.3 Analysis of management and consulting training market
5.5.4 MBA education in China needs long-term development
5.5.5 Developing trend of employee training
5.5.6 Hong Kong-based training institutions entered into mainland
5.6 Other training markets
5.6.1 Status quo of art training 
5.6.2 Professional qualification certification training market

6 Investment in education industry
6.1 Status quo
6.1.1 Strengthening social financing
6.1.2 Three ministries and commissionaires jointly plan the vocational education scale
6.1.3 Investment focus on Internet teaching
6.1.4 Washington Post invested in education and training industry in China
6.2 Investment risks
6.2.1 Thinking on risks of investment in Chinese higher education
6.2.2 Properly understanding education risks and risk education
6.3 Investment in chain-store operation of education and training industry
6.3.1 Licensed operation
6.3.2 Standardization of chain-store operation
6.3.3 Licensed operation of non-formal education
6.3.4 MLS chain operation cases of formal educations 
6.3.5 Licensed operation of formal educations is burgeoning
6.3.6 Program on licensed operation system of formal educations 
6.4 Investment in long-distance education industry
6.4.1 Definition and classification
6.4.2 Value chain
6.4.3 Operational cost
6.4.4 Investment status quo
6.4.5 Trend
6.4.6 Forecast of hot fields
6.4.7 Suggestions 
6.5 Investment suggestions and strategies
6.5.1 Strategies of investment and competition in training market
6.5.2 Segmented trend of education and training industry

7 Notable education and training enterprise
7.1 New Oriental Education & Technology Group
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.2 Operation
7.1.3 Training analysis
7.1.4 Expansion strategy
7.1.5 Particularity in development
7.2 Wall Street English
7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Successful experience
7.2.3 Development status
7.2.4 Development dynamic 
7.3 Beida Jade Bird Group
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Advantages
7.3.3 Market competitiveness
7.4 Only Education Group
7.4.1 Overview
7.4.2 Key institutions
7.4.3 Brand development
7.5 Great Education Group
7.5.1 Overview
7.5.2 Basic conditions
7.6 Red-Yellow-Blue Education Group
7.6.1 Overview
7.6.2 Development mode
7.6.3 Development trends

8 Regional education and training market
8.1 Beijing
8.1.1 Development overview of education course in 2005
8.1.2 Status quo and trend of English training market
8.1.3 Rural adult education
8.1.4 Basic conditions of private schools of all level
8.2 Shenzhen
8.2.1 Development status of vocational education
8.2.2 Status quo of training market
8.2.3 Development course of English training market
8.3 Shanghai
8.3.1 Education and training market depends on Internet
8.3.2 General view on full-time foreign language training
8.3.3 Autumn training market grows steadily
8.3.4 Vocational training focus on quality
8.4 Other cities
Students Enrolled in Non-formal Programs of All Types and Levels 2005
Number of secondary vocational education schools in China, 2004-2005
Number of enrollments in secondary vocational education schools in China, 2004-2005
Number of higher education schools in China, 2004-2005
Statistics of postgraduate education in China, 2004-2005
Number of enrollments in higher education schools in China, 2004-2005
Statistics of full-time teacher in higher education schools in China, 2004-2005
Statistics of teaching staff in higher education schools in China, 2004-2005
Number of graduates from and enrolled students in vocational training schools, 2005 
Number of private education schools and institutions, 2005
Number of enrollments in private education schools and institutions, 2005
Total retail sales and growth of social consumable, 2001-2005
Rise of consumer price over last year, 2005
RMB savings deposit balance of urban and rural residents and growth during the 10th Five-year Plan period
Improvement of living standard of urban and rural residents, 2001-2005
Main population composition, 2005
Development of education of all types, 2001-2005
Opinion of 2006 graduates on employment in 2006
Attitude of college enrollments toward employment
Choices of college enrollments for anticipated employment
Factors worrying graduates while applying a job
Choices of 2006 graduates for qualities and abilities that they should have
Qualifications concerned most by employer in 2006 graduates’ minds
Knowledge and abilities that college enrollments must have while applying a job
Frequency of enterprises recruiting fresh college graduates
Qualities and abilities concerned most by enterprises
Qualifications that college students need most to be improved to meet enterprises' demands
Name list of private regular higher education schools in China, 2005
Name list of academies in Beijing, 2006
Name list of academies in Tianjin, 2006
Name list of academies in Hebei, 2006
Name list of academies in Shanxi, 2006
Name list of academies in Liaoning, 2006
Name list of academies in Heilongjiang, 2006
Name list of academies in Shanghai, 2006
Name list of academies in Jiangsu, 2006
Name list of academies in Zhejiang, 2006
Name list of academies in Fujian, 2006
Name list of academies in Shandong, 2006
Name list of academies in Hunan, 2006
Name list of academies in Guangdong, 2006
Name list of academies in Chongqing, 2006
Name list of academies in Sichuan, 2006
Name list of academies in Shanxi, 2006
Name list of academies in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, 2006
Top 20 of private higher education schools in China, 2006
Value chain for the operation of private higher education schools
Market scale and growth of personal IT training in China, 2003-2009
Industry structure of IT education and training market, 2005
IT service market classification in China, 2005
Overall market share of top 5 brands of IT education and training industry, 2002-2005
Market scale and growth of IT education and training industry, 2003-2005
Classification of long-distance education
Cost and ratio of long-distance education
Contrast of cost between long-distance education and traditional education
Organization structure of New Oriental Education & Technology Group
Financial results of New Oriental Education & Technology Group in fiscal year of 2004-2006
Orientation in technology and market of Beida Jade Bird Group
Annual revenue and growth of Beida Jade Bird Aptech, 2002-2005
Multi-mode teaching methods of Beida Jade Bird Aptech
Basic conditions of private schools of all level in Beijing, 2005

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