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In-depth Research on Online Education and Training Market in China, 2014-2018

DUBLIN, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/32397p/indepth_research) has announced the addition of the "In-depth Research on Online Education and Training Market in China, 2014-2018" report to their offering.
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In 1999, China put forward Modern Distance Education Project. After more than ten years of development, online education and training has got great-leap-forward development. Online education, which is for all ages, such as basic online education, higher online education, is booming; other types of online education, including curricula education, vocational training, etc, are flourishing. In 2013, the market scale of China online education and training was CNY 90.5 billion; it is estimated that the growth will exceed 20% for the years to come.

By the end of 2011, the number of China education enterprises listed in America was 11, of which 8 enterprises are still trading as of 2013. According to different training objectives and contents, China Edu Corporation, China Cast Education Corporation, CEU, China Distance Education Holding Ltd., GEDU, New Oriental, Xueersi, Ambow and ATA have opened online education and training business except for Xueda and Noah. The above nine companies' businesses mainly cover seven categories, namely, parenting education, entrance examination coaching, language training, network higher education, vocational certification training, corporate E-learning and online education services.


Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview of Online Education and Training
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.2 Development History

2. Industry Operation Environment in China, 2012-2013
2.1 Policy Environment
2.2 Economic Environment
2.3 Social Environment
2.4 Technology Environment

3. Industry Development Situation in China, 2012-2013
3.1 Development Characteristics
3.2 Existing Problems of the Industry in China, 2012-2013
3.3 Industry Development Proposals

4. Market Operation of Online Education and Training in China, 2012-2013
4.1 Market Scale, 2012-2013
4.2 Industry Supply, 2012-2013
4.3 Industry Demand
4.4 Important Events of China's Listed Education Companies, 2012

5. Segment Market of Online Education and Training
5.1 Online Higher Education
5.2 Entrance Examination Coaching
5.3 Vocational Skills Training
5.4 Parenting Education

6. Development Status of Relevant Industry in China, 2012-2013
6.1 Development Status of E-commerce Industry in China, 2012-2013
6.2 Development Status of Education and Training Industry in China, 2012-2013
6.3 Internet Cloud Technology Motivates the Development of Online Education and Training

7. Domestic Key Enterprises

8. M & A Case Study in China
8.1 IDGVC Invested in http://www.51edu.com (The up-market Learning Group) with About USD 20 Million
8.2 Investment Cases in Recent Years
8.3 Investment Status, 2012

9. Profit Model of Online Education and Training
9.1 Advertisement Model
9.2 Network Content Model
9.3 Digital Content Model
9.4 Transaction Expenses Model
9.5 Mobile Value-added Model
9.6 Service Charge Model
9.7 Consultation Service Model
9.8 Other Profit Models

10. Industry Development Prospects Forecast of Online Education and Training in China, 2014-2018
10.1 Prospect Forecast
10.2 Market Trend in China, 2014-2018
10.3 Development Proposals

11. Investment Opportunities and Risks of Online Education and Training in China
11.1 Investment Environment
11.2 Investment Opportunities
11.3 Investment Risks


Companies Mentioned: 

  • Ambow Education
  • China Distance Education Holding Ltd.
  • China Edu Group
  • New Oriental Education & Technology Group
  • TAL Education Group


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/32397p/indepth_research


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