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Further & Higher Education Market Report 2005


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Published Date :
September 2005find similar
Report Type :
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Report Sector :
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Price :
£ 575
Contents :
13 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Further & Higher Education 2005

Executive Summary

1. Market Definition

Introduction

Types Of Institution

Qualifications

Market Sectors

Further Education

Higher Education

Market Trends

Further Education

Female Student Numbers Are Increasing

A Higher Percentage Of Students Are Completing Their Courses

Adult Education Budgets Are Being Cut

More Collaboration Is Being Encouraged

Higher Education

Rising Student Numbers

Fastest Growth Is In Female Students

Growing Importance Of Part-time Students

Applications For Science, Mathematics And Modern Languages From The Uk Are Falling

Economic Trends

Population

Table: Uk Resident Population Estimates By Sex (000), Mid-years-2004

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Uk Gross Domestic Product At Current And Annual Prices (£m),-2004

Unemployment

Table: Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2004

Inflation

Table: Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2004

Market Position

The Uk

2. Market Size

The Total Market

Student Numbers

Table: The Total Number Of Students In Further And Higher Education (000),/2000-2004/2005

Figure: The Total Number Of Students In Further And Higher Education (000),1999/2000-2004/2005

Funding

Table: Total Education Expenditure For The Further And Higher Education Sectors (£m),1999/2000-2004/2005

Figure: Total Education Expenditure For The Further And Higher Education Sectors (£m)/2000-2004/2005

Number Of Institutions

Table: Number Of Institutions† Providing Further And Higher Education In The Uk,1999/2000-2003/2004

By Market Sector

Further Education

Higher Education

3. Industry Background

Recent History

Number Of Organisations

Sixth Form Colleges

Tertiary Education Colleges

Further Education Colleges

Higher Education Colleges And Institutes

Specialist Colleges

Universities

Adult Education Colleges

Privately Owned Independent Colleges Of Education

Distance-learning Organisations

Regional Variations In The Marketplace

How Robust Is The Market?

Key Industry Bodies

Association Of Colleges

Learning And Skills Council

Learning And Skills Development Agency

National Institute For Adult Continuing Education

The Committee Of Vice Principals And Chancellors

The Educational Centres Association

The Scottish Higher Education Funding Council

The Welsh Higher Education Funding Council

4. Competitor Analysis

Introduction

Selected Leading Providers Of Further Education

Selected Long-established Universities

University Of Aberdeen

Aston University

University Of Bath

University Of Birmingham

University Of Bristol

University Of Cambridge

University Of Cardiff

University Of Dundee

University Of Durham

University Of Edinburgh

University Of Essex

University Of Glasgow

University Of Lancaster

University Of Leeds

University Of Leicester

University Of Liverpool

University Of London

Birkbeck College

Goldsmiths College

Imperial College Of Science, Technology And Medicine

King's College

London School Of Economics And Political Science

Queen Mary College

Royal Holloway College

School Of Oriental And African Studies

University College

University Of Loughborough

University Of Manchester

University Of Newcastle

University Of Nottingham

University Of Oxford

University Of St Andrews

University Of Sheffield

University Of Southampton

University Of Warwick

University Of York

Selected Newer Universities

University Of Northumbria

Oxford Brookes University

University Of Plymouth

The Robert Gordon University

University Of Hertfordshire

Kingston University

Nottingham Trent University

University Of Sunderland

University Of The West Of England

University Of The Arts

Selected Open Colleges And Distance-learning Institutions

Henley College (home Study Unit) Coventry

Henley Management College

International Correspondence Schools

Mercers College

National Extension College

The Open College

The Open College Of The Arts

The Open University

Rapid Results College

Wolsey Hall

Major Providers Of University Education To Mature Students

Table: Major Providers Of University Education To Mature Students,

Professional And Vocational Education

Specialist Colleges

Adult Residential Colleges

Sources Of Further Information

5. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

6. Buying Behaviour

Introduction

Most Popular Subjects

The Most Popular Universities

Table: The Leading Universities By Number Of Applicants Per Place,

The Impact Of Foreign Students

7. Current Issues

Introduction

Research Funding

The Research Assessment Exercise

The Status Of Teaching

Consolidation And Co-operation

Stress

Visas For Foreign Students

The Tomlinson Report

8. The Global Market

Expenditure

Table: Annual Expenditure Per Year In Tertiary Education Institutions Per Full-time Student In Oecd Countries† ($),

Graduation Rates

Table: Graduation Rates Of First-degree Students In Oecd† Countries (%),

9. Forecasts

Economic Forecast

Table: The Uk Government Economic Forecasts For Population, Gdp, Inflation And Unemployment (000, % And Million),-2009

Population

Table: Forecast Uk Resident Population By Sex (000), Mid-years-2009

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Forecast Uk Growth In Gross Domestic Product In Real Terms (%),-2009

Inflation

Table: Forecast Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2009

Unemployment

Table: Forecast Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2009

Forecast/2006 To/2010

Student Numbers

Table: Forecast Total Number Of Students In Further And Higher Education In The Uk (000),/2006-2009/2010

Figure: The Growth In Number Of Students In Further And Higher Education (000),/2000-2009/2010

Funding

Table: Forecast Education Expenditure For Further And Higher Education (£m),/2006-2009/2010

Figure: The Growth In Funding For Further And Higher Education (£m),/2000-2009/2010

Future Trends

Top-up Fees

More Degree Awarding Institutions

A Northern Triangle?

The Foster Review

10. Appendix

Introduction

The Top Universities

The Times Rankings

Table: The Times Top Universities,

Universities Ranked By Subjects

Art And Design

Biological Sciences

Business Studies

Chemistry

Communication And Media Studies

Computer Science

East And South Asian Studies

Electrical And Electronic Engineering

English

General Engineering

History

Hospitality, Leisure, Sport, Recreation And Tourism

Law

Mathematics

Medicine

Physics And Astronomy

Psychology

11. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

The Willingness To Borrow

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant May Prices (£ And £bn), May, November, February And May

Consumers Willing To Borrow

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), May, November, February And May

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Table C: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant May Prices (£ And £bn), May, November, February And May

Table D: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), May, November, February And May

12. Further Sources

Associations

Publications

General Sources

Government Publications

Bonnier Information Sources