- In order to thrive and capture future growth opportunities, education providers should focus on innovative classroom and learning enrichment, brand development and partnerships, and business sustainability and value creation.
- As the corona crisis is becoming persistent, parents are increasingly looking for schools that are fully in-person rather than remote and, for many, that means switching to an independent institution, regardless the price tag.
- Every private school in Malaysia is still struggling to continue increasing student enrollment due to increasing competition and decreasing birth rate also posing a major threat to the Private K12 Education Industry.
Strong Government Push: Education Ministry was the biggest recipient of allocations in Malaysia’s budget 2022, with an allocation of RM 67.1 Bn. The government allowed income tax exemption for nursery and kindergarten fees, increased the early school aid to RM150 in 2022 and provided subsidy of RM 100 for each teacher to buy gadgets for online learning.
Synchronized Learning: Synchronous online conferencing systems, such as Google Meet, have allowed experts from anywhere in the world to join online classrooms & have allowed presentations to be recorded for individual learners to watch at a time most convenient for them.
Malaysia was the top number one to use Google Classroom among 52 regions worldwide between March 18, 2020, to May 2, 2020.
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Strategic Partnerships and Digitization as an opportunity for Innovators: A sustainable business model and clear strategic positioning are key to competing in a saturated market. Creating value through strategic partnerships and digitization can help further strengthen a school’s value proposition and student appeal.
Rising Enrolments in Pre-Primary Level: Private sector holds 75% of the total Pre-primary schools in Malaysia and will continue to dominate the Pre-Primary Level of Education due to limited presence of Government Public schools in this segment.
The report titled “Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market Outlook to 2026– Driven by Rising Population and Increasing Affluence along with Shift in Parent Preference Towards Holistic Education” provides a comprehensive analysis of the potential of Private K-12 Education industry in Malaysia. The report covers various aspects including the current K-12 education scenario, revenue generated by schools, its segmentations viz level of education– Pre-Primary vs. Primary vs. Secondary, Gender (Male vs. Female), Geographic Distribution of Schools, major trends and development, issues and challenges, government regulations and competition analysis. The report concludes with market projections for future of the industry including forecasted industry size by revenue along with analyst recommendations and key market opportunities.
Key Segments Covered in Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market: –
By Level of Education
Key Target Audience
International School Operators
Private School Operators
Potential New Entrants in Private K-12 Industry
Time Period Captured in the Report:
Historical Period: 2015-2021
Forecast Period: 2021-2026F
Beacon House Malaysia
Regent International School
Wesley Methodist School
Fair View International school
REAL International School
Cempaka International School
Collinz International School
Campus Rangers International School
Alice Smith School
Taylor’s International School
Sri KDU International School
St. John’s International School
Key Topics Covered in the Report
Overview of Malaysia Education Industry
Genesis and Overview of Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market
Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market Size
Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market Segmentations
Overview of Major Private Schools in Malaysia
Competition Analysis: Market Share of Private K-12 Schools in Malaysia, 2021
Steps to open a Private School in Malaysia
Government Initiatives and Regulations in Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market
SWOT Analysis of Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market
Key Trends in Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market
Challenges & Changes in Delivery mode of Education during Covid 19
Impact of COVID 19 on Enrolment and Fees
Outlook and Future Projections for Malaysia Private K-12 Education Market
Expected upcoming schools in Malaysia
Private K-12 Education Landscape Expected Change in the Future
Recommendations / Success Factors
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