Singapore Executive Education Market will be driven by Increasing University Enrollment and Increasing International Students: Ken Research

“Increase in the number of people employed coupled with rising demand of specialized courses has driven the Executive Education market in Singapore”

The report Titled Singapore Executive Education Market Outlook to 2023 – By Type of Program (EMBA and MDP), By Funding of the Program MDPs (Company Sponsored and Self Funded) and EMBA (Self Funded, Partial Funding and Company Sponsored), By Duration MDP (1-7 days, 7-14 days and more than 14 days) and EMBA (up to 12 Months, 12-24 Months and More than 24 Months)by Ken Research suggested that the Executive Education market in Singapore has been growing due rapid transformation in education system, increase in the number of people employed and evident salary hike after completion of these courses. The market is expected to register a positive CAGR of 1.1% in terms of revenue during the forecast period 2018-2023E.

Singapore Executive Education MarketRise in Joint EMBA programs and Contracts with Companies: Singapore has witnessed surge in the demand for executive education in order to explore the potential opportunities. It has been observed that the many B-schools and universities have started offering executive learning programs for professional development and career building in alliance in the country. For instance: UCLA Anderson and National University of Singapore, Tsinghua University and INSEAD (TIEMBA). In addition to this, it has helped the B-schools in broadening their student base and in creating brand value which will further lead to enhance alumni network which is a major attraction for students. On top of it, partnership with these companies would aid in structuring the course specifically catering to the industry vertical required.

Lifelong Learning Programs: The current trend in Executive MBA is that they offer the alumni’s with the opportunity to study lifelong in the institutes such as in NUS where the alumni can go back to the college and participate in new classes or they can even take new classes as a fresher with no additional cost. This facility is available to the alumni’s upto 20 years from the time of their enrolment into the program. This would help the college to build a strong alumni network and will further increase the demand for executive education in the country.

Company Sponsored Programmes: In Singapore, it has been observed that majority of the enrollments in the MDP courses are company sponsored in the year 2018. On the other hand, number of enrollments in EMBA which are company sponsored accounted a mere share in the year 2018 owing to these programs are of longer duration and are costly therefore they are least funded by the companies whereas MDP programmes are generally short term courses due to which companies generally provide full sponsorship to their employees to learn new and highly demanded courses which will help the association in the longer run.

Key Segments Covered:-

By Type of Programmes

EMBA

MDP

By Funding in MDP

Company Sponsored

Self Financed

By Funding in EMBA

Self Funded

Partially Funded

Company Sponsored

By Duration of MDP

1-7 Days

7-14 Days

More than 14 Days

By Duration of EMBA

Upto 12 Months

12-24 Months

More than 24 Months

Key Target Audience

B Schools

Online Education Consultancies

Ministry of Education/ Higher Education Authority

Online Education Aggregators

Investors in Private Equity Firm

Time Period Captured in the Report:-

Historical Period: 2013-2018

Forecast Period: 2019-2023E

Major Institutes Covered:-

INSEAD

National University of Singapore

Ngee Ann Academy

NTU – Nanyang Business School

ESSEC Asia-Pacific (Singapore)

Singapore Management University

Management Development Institute of Singapore

Rutgers University – Singapore

Aalto Executive Education Academy (Aalto EE)

YMCA Education Centre- Singapore

Aventis School of Management

ERC Institute

FTMS Global Academy

Singapore University of Technology and Design

IMD Business School Singapore

PSB Academy

Keywords:-

Executive Education Singapore

Short Executive Courses Singapore

Management Development Programme Singapore

Singapore Executive MBA

Major Institutes Singapore Executive MBA

Singapore Executive Education challenges

Singapore Executive Education Issues

Singapore Government Initiatives Executive Education

Singapore Executive Education Strategies

Singapore Executive Education programmes

Singapore Executive MBA Student Profile

Singapore EMBA Programmes

Singapore Long Duration Courses

Singapore Short Duration Courses

Singapore Executive Education Enrollments

Singapore EMBA Enrollments

Singapore MDP Enrollments

Singapore Executive Education Programmes

Singapore EMBA Programmes

For more information, refer to below link:-

Singapore Executive Education Market Outlook

Related Reports by Ken Research:-

UK Executive MBA Market Outlook To 2023 – By Type Of Program (Structured And Customized), By Electives, By Blended Learning (Online & Offline And Only Offline), By Program Duration And By Course Type (Part Time Only, Full Time Only Or Either Full Or Part Time)

UK Executive Education Market Outlook To 2023 – By Type Of Management Development Programs (Finance, Strategy, Leadership, Ethics And Others), By Duration Of The Course (1 Day, 1-2 Days, 2-3 Days, 3-5 Days, 5-10 Days And 10+ Days) And By Type Of Universities (Private And Public)

US Executive Education Programs Market By Type (Open And Customized Programs), By Universities (Private And State), By Mode Of Delivery (Business Schools, Online, Foreign Collaborations) – Outlook To 2022

Contact Us:-
Ken Research
Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications
mailto:Sales@kenresearch.com

+91-9015378249

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