Noida, India (PressExposure) July 15, 2011 -- According to our research report, "Brazil Education Services Market Analysis", the demand for higher education in the country continued to witness rapid growth during the last few years, 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 given a jump start to the need for highly qualified professionals to match the job responsibilities, especially when businesses are open to global competition.
Ongoing research revealed that being the most populated nation in the continent, Brazil has the biggest share in education systems in the region. There is a growing thirst for higher education reflected by the number of students trying to obtain enrolment in the universities. This further creates an opportunity for private universities to expand in terms of infrastructure and course offering in the country. Due to better job prospects and the government's strong focus on the development of infrastructure in higher education, we anticipate that number of students enrolled for higher learning to increase at around 2% CAGR to reach 5.47 Million by 2014.
Our thorough analysis of the education sector has revealed that demand for quality education at affordable price will boom in near future. The rise in number of students at fundamental and high-school level will further boost the demand for higher education in the country. This will create enormous opportunities for both public and private players. Besides, the report identified that Brazil's higher education sector offers considerable growth prospects for private players to get into the rapidly evolving sector.
The report, "Brazil Education Services Market Analysis" provides comprehensive research and thorough analysis of the Brazil education industry. The report facilitates current industry status and future forecasts on basic, high school, and higher education segments, mainly focusing on potential student enrollments, requirement of staff, and colleges during 2011-2014. Additionally, analysis of the regulatory environment along with recent industry developments is also included in the report to provide a balanced outlook on the potentials of the Brazil education industry.
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