Noida, Uttar Pradesh India (PressExposure) August 10, 2011 -- According to our research report, "Brazil Education Services Market Analysis", Brazil is fast becoming one of the most attractive markets for education services in the region of Latin America as it represents the largest education base with low penetration, especially at higher education levels. However, the country is still behind its regional counterparts, such as Mexico and Chile in terms of education expenditure. The country holds huge potential for existing and new players as it accounts for majority of total Latin American student base, which will sustain its leading position in the region.
Ongoing research revealed that the country has witnessed rapidly increasing need and demand for higher education facilitates, owing to emergence of Brazil as a focal center for knowledge outsourcing in Latin America. Rapidly changing economic landscape of the country coupled with increasing industrial development and significant growth in the service sector has provided a kick-start to the need for highly qualified professionals to match with job responsibilities, especially when businesses are open to global competition.
Our thorough analysis of the higher education courses reveals that, though other means of financial aid are available for students but students benefiting from them are comparatively less. The Brazilian Government needs to replicate the developed countries and provide a kind of voucher to the student without financial conditions, so that they can choose a private institution for pursuing their higher education. This voucher must be provided in proportion to the performance of each institution, thus, creating an efficient mechanism for improving the quality of Brazilian higher education.
Our report is an outcome of extensive research and objective analysis of education industry in Brazil. The report facilitates current industry trends and forecasts on fundamental, high school, and higher education, with a focus on potential students' enrollments, and staff and college requirements during 2011-2014. In addition, the segment-wise regulatory environment analysis and competitive landscape section on key players is being studied in the report. It also updates on recent activities and financials to provide a balanced research outlook on the education industry of Brazil.
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