February 26 | 12:30 PM EST
How Latin America's Shifting Political Landscape Will Impact Mining
Expert insights into avoiding or managing 2019 political risk in 6 major jurisdictions
AMI’s market insights help learning institutions strengthen their brands and aid the analysis of investment opportunities in the education sector.
According to a 2017 report from the World Bank, the rate of students in Latin America and the Caribbean who graduate from higher education programs more than doubled between 2000 and 2013, going from 21% to 43%.
In addition, about 25% of the higher education institutions (HEI) that exist today in Latin America were opened over that period, and a majority were in the private sector. As such, the market share of private HEIs in LatAm went up from 43% in the early 2000s to 50% in 2013.
Even more impressive is the growth of on-line education in Latin America. Coursera, a global leader in this space, launched in September 2017 a total of 150 courses in Spanish, targeting Mexico and Colombia. As of mid-2018, LatAm is Coursera’s fastest growing market. In a single week in early 2018, according to Coursera, registrations from Mexico exceeded those from the United States, Coursera’s largest market. Meanwhile, a partnership launched in Chile in April 2015 has led to a 100 percent increase in registrations there.
In this highly competitive environment, it’s important for educational institutions to stay abreast of industry trends, best practices and new opportunities to expand.
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Americas Market Intelligence (AMI) works with educational institutions to strengthen their positioning in a variety of aspects:
For education sector investors, be they purely financial investors or strategic investors looking to growth through acquisition, AMI can analyze:
Since 1993, AMI has conducted more than 50 educational sector market intelligence studies across a wide array of segments that include the following:
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