According to a new research report by RNCOS, “Saudi Arabia Education Forecast to 2016
”, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is fast emerging as an e-learning hub. With the advent of rapid technological advancements, the number of internet users in the country is enhancing. It has also been observed that expensive higher education and conservative environment in the country has initiated a greater inclination towards e-learning programs. Further, the e-learning market is splurging on the grounds of more number of players entering this market segment coupled with substantial investment being incurred.
The report describes about various measures being taken to promote e-learning in the country. Several universities have started adopting e-learning technology to offer flexibility to students. Also, the National Center for E-Learning and Distance Education has undertaken several educational projects to promote e-learning in the country. These projects include setting up of education portal for online dissemination of knowledge, Saudi Digital Library, Saudi Center for Support and Counseling, Qualification and Training Projects, etc each focusing on rampant development of e-learning modules in the country. The report also provides a brief analysis of various service providers and recent developments in the field of e-learning to give a clearer picture of the market.
The report, “Saudi Arabia Education Forecast to 2016”,
provides an in-depth analysis of the education scenario in the country by presenting a detailed outlook on the Saudi Arabia Education Model, with a special emphasis on levels of education in the country starting from Kindergarten education, general education level, technical education till the higher education level. It has also incorporated a detailed overview on special education, adult education, and distance learning. It has also given a brief insight on the regulatory framework and the major drivers that have the potential to carve a growth trajectory in future, to give a broad horizon of the education sector in Saudi Arabia.
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