Education in South Korea

Korean Government spending on education surged by 14% y-o-y in 2017, reaching KRW62 billion. Nevertheless, the industry posted slower growth in 2017, mainly due to declining enrolment rates in education. This is a result of the slumping birth rate in the country. In fact, in 2017 South Korea recorded its lowest-ever fertility rate of 1.05 births per woman, and became the worlds fastest-ageing developed economy.

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Product coverage: Adult and Other Education, Higher Education, Pre-Primary and Primary Education, Secondary Education.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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EDUCATION IN SOUTH KOREA
Euromonitor International
October 2018



Headlines
Prospects
Industry To Expand Due To Soaring Public Expenditure on Education and New Government Policies
Reliance on Private Education Remains High
Demographic Issues Promote Lifelong Learning
Competitive Landscape
Increasing Internationalisation To Boost Demand for Higher Education
Investment in Edtech Segment Is on the Rise
Industry Overview
Chart 1 Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 2 Value Added 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 3 Profit and Profit Margin 2012-2017
Chart 4 Turnover by Category 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 5 Higher Education Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 6 Secondary Education Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 7 Pre-Primary and Primary Education Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 8 Adult and Other Education Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 9 Absolute Growth by Category, LCU million
Cost Structure
Chart 10 Cost Structure 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 11 Costs Structure
Trade
Chart 12 Imports, Exports and Trade Balance 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 13 Exports 2012-2017
Chart 14 Imports 2012-2017
Market Structure
Chart 15 Market Structure 2012-2017, LCU million
Buyers
Chart 16 Market Structure by Buyer 2012-2017
Chart 17 Demand Structure
Firmographics
Chart 18 Employment Statistics and Productivity 2012-2017
Chart 19 Number of Companies by Companys Size 2012-2017
Chart 20 Firmographics Distribution by Turnover 2012-2017, % of total Turnover
Chart 21 Industry Concentration 2012-2017, % share of Turnover
Chart 22 Top Companies Shares 2017, % of Turnover
Chart 23 Top 5 Companies Share Dynamics 2012-2017, % of Turnover
Chart 24 Turnover Performance by Company 2012-2017
Industry Context
Chart 25 Industry vs GDP Performance 2002-2022, % Y-O-Y growth
Chart 26 Education vs Other Industries 2002-2022, LCU million
Chart 27 Industry Turnover by Region 2017, USD million
Chart 28 Education in Asia Pacific 2002-2022, USD million













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