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Market Research and Investment Prospect of China’s Overseas Study Service Industry from 2012 to 2017

In recent years, the number of overseas Chinese students increased at the speed of over 24%; according to the statistics, this number in 2011 was more than 330,000; driven by this strong demand, China’s overseas study agencies developed rapidly. However, with the expansion of the market scale, the agencies’ service quality and level declines continuously, and the quantity of illegal agencies becomes more and more, therefore, the service dissensions increase year by year.

According to the Ministry of Education, in 2000, the first batch of recognized overseas study intermediary quantity was only 68. By August 17th, 2012, there were 448 legal intermediaries that supervised by www.jsj.edu.cn through the Ministry of Education. However, according to the surveys, there are many other illegal intermediaries all over China.

Aiming at the market status quo of overseas study service industry, the state and local governments have put forward relevant norms and policies in succession; therefore, Huidian Research believes that the overseas study service industry will be standardized in the near future.

Table of Contents for Report "Market Research and Investment Prospect of China’s Overseas Study Service Industry from 2012 to 2017"

Table of Contents

1. Overview of China's Overseas Study Service Industry
1.1 Industrial Definition
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Service Process
1.2 Overview of Overseas Study Intermediary Agency
1.2.1 Conditions for the Establishment
1.2.2 Main Responsibilities
1.2.3 Assistance Obligations
1.3 Overseas Study Service Capacity
1.4 Industrial Concentration Ratio
1.4.1 Concentration Ratio of Enterprises
1.4.2 Concentration Ratio of Brands

2. Economic Operation of China's Overseas Study Service Industry
2.1 Profitability and Solvency
2.2 Development Ability
2.3 Costs and the Changing Trend
2.4 Enterprise Quantity and the Changing Trend

3. Product Segmentation Markets in China's Overseas Study Service Industry

4. Development Situation in the Major Regions
4.1 Intermediary Quantity and the Changing Trend
4.2 Overseas Study Service Capacity and the Changing Trend

5. Import Trade of China's Overseas Study Service Industry from 2010 to 2012
5.1 Import Structure and the Changes
5.2 Quantity of Foreign Students in China and the Changes

6. Export Trade of China's Overseas Study Service Industry from 2010 to 2012
6.1 Export Structure and the Changes
6.2 Quantity of Overseas Chinese Students and the Changes

7. Market Status Quo and Competitions in China's Overseas Study Service Industry
7.1 Market Status Quo
7.2 Competitions
7.2.1 Resource Competitions
7.2.2 Cross-regional Competitions
7.2.3 Service Competitions
7.2.4 Team and Celebrity Competitions
7.3 Competitive Landscape

8. Enterprises' Competitive Strategies in China's Overseas Study Service Industry
8.1 Develop the Programs with Core Competitiveness
8.2 Service Concepts should be Urgently Improved
8.3 Build Brands
8.4 High-quality Talents

9. Key Enterprises in China's Overseas Study Service Industry
9.1 Tops International Education Consulting Co., Ltd.
9.2 JJL Overseas Education
9.3 Education International Cooperation (EIC)
9.4 Aoji Education Group
9.5 Shinyway Education
9.6 Taisha Education
9.7 Bailitop Education

10. Related Industries of China's Overseas Study Service Industry
10.1 Language Training
10.1.1 Status Quo
10.1.2 Domestic Major Training Institutions
10.2 Overseas Trusteeship Service Industry
10.3 Career Counseling Industry
10.4 Returnees VIP Club
10.5 Overseas Educational Travel and Sino-foreign Cooperation in Education

11. Development Problems and the Coping Strategies
11.1 Existing Problems
11.2 Coping Strategies

12. Characteristics of China's Overseas Study Service Industry

13. Investment Environment
13.1 Investment Overview from 2012 to 2017
13.1.1 Factors Affecting the Investment
13.1.2 Investment Value
13.1.3 Investment Policies
13.2 Investment Opportunities from 2012 to 2017
13.2.1 Investment Potential
13.2.2 Investment Attraction
13.3 Investment Risks from 2012 to 2017
13.3.1 Risks of Macro-control Policy
13.3.2 Risks of Source of Students
13.3.3 Risks of Fierce Price Competition
13.3.4 Risks of the Market Operation Mechanism
13.3.5 Risks of Service Dissension
13.3.6 Risks of Cost Recovery

14. International Market Environment of Overseas Study Service Industry
14.1 Demands in Major Countries
14.1.1 The United States
14.1.2 Britain
14.1.3 Canada
14.1.4 Australia
14.1.5 France
14.1.6 Japan
14.2 International Policies on Overseas Study
14.2.1 The United States
14.2.2 Britain
14.2.3 Canada
14.2.4 Australia
14.2.5 France
14.2.6 Japan: Relaxing the Employment Conditions for the Foreign Students in Japan
14.3 Major Countries of the International Overseas Study Service Market

15. Development Forecast from 2012 to 2017
15.1 Development Forecast of International Overseas Study Service Industry
15.2 Development Forecast of China's Overseas Study Service Industry
15.2.1 Quantity Forecast of Domestic Overseas Students
15.2.2 Forecast of Domestic Market Demand
15.2.3 Profit Forecast

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