Professional education is known as a strategic principle for increasing competitiveness and human development in the economic order of the new world. Following this trend, education in Brazil could not remain outside these transformation and offers courses that favor the perspective to improve the quality-of-life and that facilitate access to the labor market by young persons and adults. The citizen that looks for an opportunity to qualify or to prepare themself through Professional Education courses, either in the First and Continuous Formation of Qualified Labor or in the Technical Professional Education of Middle Level, is actually looking for knowledge to improve their activities. Thus, the number of students enrolled in professional education grew at a CAGR of 8% from 2008 to 2010, says our new research report, “Brazil Education Services Market Forecast to 2015”.
Being the largest and the most populated country in the Latin America, Brazil undoubtedly represents the largest education industry in the region. With a sprawling middle-class population and economy being rated as one of the fastest growing in the world, the country holds immense potential in the education sector. The country is also making concrete efforts towards developing its education sector at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels in order to satiate future knowledge demand.
Besides, the report also recognizes the fact that Brazil might have a model for private sector education which the US can emulate. Private-sector education is having a positive impact for the poor as wage increases boost their incomes. Various private players are also beginning to cater Brazil’s demand for education and many international players like Pearson are partnering with local companies to offer new programs and divisions. Brazil’s private sector education industry is both lucrative and effective as it has the right demand and incentive structure.
Our report, which is an outcome of extensive research and objective analysis of education industry in Brazil has also facilitated insights into private sector in education industry, quality accreditation bodies existing in the country, and the international collaborations with foreign universities. In addition, a section on key players denoting their recent financial updates is likely to provide a balanced research outlook on the entire education industry of Brazil.
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