Educational sector – especially higher education globally has become more competitive than it has ever before. Educational establishments are under closer scrutiny than earlier, budgets are tight and job markets are staggeringly competitive. Globally students are becoming increasingly discerning in the establishments and courses they choose.
The need for schools, colleges, universities and educational organizations to carry out education market research and keep a close check on internal and external offerings is self-evident. Some of the questions that might need an answer from education market research are:
- Why students choose one establishment over another?
- How satisfied are students with what educational institutes offer? How is this changing over time?
- Should educational institutions be doing more to improve their students’ education or welfare?
- Are educational institutes taking care of all of the needs of today’s diverse and international student populations?
- Which qualifications are needed in the future and how can you offer these?
- How content are the staffs’ members?
- Could staff communication and support be improved?
- How can the turnover of quality staff be reduced?
- What external factors are shaping the sector and will become matters of concern for the future?
Global Vox Populi education market research studies provide comprehensive answers to many questions and upcoming challenges facing those delivering and developing educational opportunities. Global Vox Populi combines this with strategic advice from our experienced professionals to deliver actionable findings.
Research studies Global Vox Populi have recently completed varies from student satisfaction to staff satisfaction surveys to university brand surveys, assessment of the impact of central government changes in education, facility evaluation and many more.
Our education market research Industry experts, consultants, education market research analyst and researchers evaluate and monitor the education industry on various aspects across the geographies.