Higher education is learning which conveys through context with the help of hardware, it focuses on the improvement of the overall learning experience of the user. The market is expected is growing due to the increasing demand for an educated workforce in developing countries. An increase in student enrolment along with the rising trend towards globalization for the adoption of device-based computing in educational services is anticipated to boost the market. Growth in the online learning market and encouraging adoption of integrated LMS and student information system in college and university campuses are creating new opportunities for the growth of the market. Moreover, the growing significance of online education and vocal education is further expected to drive the market in the next five years. However, the rising cost of education is expected to hinder market growth in the coming years. The market is segmented by service type, end-user, and geography. Based on end-user, state university is expected to hold a significant market share owing to their lower fee structure and higher acceptance rate increasing their demand during the forecasted period. Geographically, North America and Europe are projected to be substantial shareholders in the market during the forecasted period due to the presence of developed educational infrastructure.
Growing need for an educated workforce.
Rising adoption of device-based computing.
Increasing student enrollment.
Growing online learning market.
Increase in cost of education.
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The major players profiled in the higher education service market are Columbia University, Oxford University, University of Cambridge, Harvard University, Stanford University, International Business Machines Corporation, Kaplan Inc., Cambium Learning Group Inc, Educomp Solutions, and Cisco Systems Inc.
The higher education service market has been analyzed through the following segments:
By Service Type
Training and Support
Middle East and Africa