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Category: EDUCATION Version: 6
Date: November 2019 Country: Greece
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Summary
Demand
Supply
The Market
The International Market
1. Introduction - General Characteristics of the Sector
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General Characteristics of the Sector
1.3 Institutional Framework
2. The Demand for Private Higher Education
Appendix to Chapter 2
3. The Supply of Private Higher Education
3.1 The Supply of Public Higher Education
3.1.1 Evolution of AEI (Universities or Supreme Educational Institutes) and TEI (Technological Educational Institutes)
3.1.2 Evolution of AEI and TEI teaching staff
3.2 Competition among Private Higher Education Establishments
3.3 Presentation of the Principal Private Higher Education Bodies
3.4 Sales of Private Higher Education Establishments
3.5 Financial Analysis of Sector Companies
Profitability
Performance
Liquidity
Financial Structure
Activity
Consolidated Balance Sheet
3.6 Supply of Private Higher Education with an Artistic Direction
Appendix to Chapter 3
4. The Market for Private Higher Education
4.1 Evolution of AEI & TEI Student Population
4.2 Public and Private Education Expenditure and Expenditure for Private Education
4.3 Market Size of Private Higher Education Student Population
Appendix to Chapter 4
5. The International Market for Private Higher Education
5.1 Student Population
5.2 Student Migration
Greeks Studying Abroad
5.3 Employment and Unemployment - Absorption of Graduates
5.4 Higher Education Expenditure
Appendix to Chapter 5
6. Conclusions and Prospects for the Sector
General
Analysis of the Competitive Environment
Threat of New Entrants
Dangers from Substitute Products or Services
Bargaining Power of Suppliers
Bargaining Power of Customers
Competitive Rivalry within an Industry
SWOT analysis
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
Financial Results
Appendix I: Postgraduate Programs offered by Public Higher Education
Appendix II: Sector Companies' Balance Sheets
Appendix III: List of Sector Studies carried out by ICAP's Department of Economic Research


Benchmarking of Private Higher Education Establishments (soft copy)

TABLES

Table 2.1 GDP and Net National Income (2000-2006)
App 2.2 Population projections for Greece according to age (2010-2050)
App 2.3 Student population by level of education
App 2.4 Education expenditure by urban, semi-urban and rural regions
App 2.5 Education expenditure by total monthly income classes
App 2.6 Education expenditure by household size
App 2.7 Education expenditure of households according to the profession of the person in charge of the household
Table 3.1 Brief presentation of sector companies
Table 3.2 Sales of private higher education companies (2002-2007)
Table 3.3 Private school establishment names for graph reading
App 3.1 AEI (Universities or Institutes) establishments, schools and departments (2002/03-2006/07)
App 3.2 AEI establishments, schools and departments in detail per district (2006/07)*
App 3.3 TEI (Technological Education Institutes) establishments, schools and departments (2002/03-2006/07)
App 3.4 TEI establishments, schools and departments in detail per district (2006/07)
App 3.5 AEI teaching staff by district (2002/03-2006/07)
App 3.6 AEI teaching staff in detail per educational institution (2006/07)
App 3.7 TEI teaching staff by district (2002/03-2006/07)
App 3.8 TEI teaching staff in detail per district (2006/07)
App 3.9 Breakdown of advertising expenditure per medium (2003-2007)
App 3.10 Breakdown of advertising expenditure per product category (2003 - 2007)
App 3.11 Advertising expenditure per brand name (2006-2007)
App 3.12 Definitions of financial ratios
App 3.13 Profitability ratios of private school establishments (2002-2006)
App 3.14 Performance ratios of private school establishments (2002-2006)
App 3.15 Liquidity ratios of private school establishments (2002-2006)
App 3.16 Financial structure ratios of private school establishments (2002-2006)
App 3.17 Activity ratios of private school establishments (2002-2006)
App 3.18 Consolidated balance sheet of private school establishments (2005-2006)
App 3.19 Consolidated balance sheet of profitable private school establishments (2005-2006)
App 3.20 Consolidated balance sheet of loss-making private school establishments (2005-2006)
App 3.21 Higher drama and dance schools
Table 4.1 Public expenditure by the Ministry of National Education per grade (1993-2002)
Table 4.2 Private education expenditure by the entire EOP sample 2004/05
Table 4.3 Concentration index
App 4.1 Population aged 10 and above per sex, age group, and level of education (real 2001 population)
App 4.2 AEI student population evolution by district (2002/03-2006/07)
App 4.3 Detailed presentation of AEI student population by district and by department (2006/07, commencement data)
App 4.4 TEI student population evolution by district (2002/03-2006/07)
App 4.5 Detailed presentation of TEI student population by district and by department (2006/07, commencement data)
App 4.6 Evolution of postgraduate students per district (2002/03-2004/05)
App 4.7 Evolution of gross domestic product and of private and public consumption for education (2001-2007) - constant prices of previous year
App 4.8 Expenditure by the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs: Credits per Special Body
Table 5.1 Evolution of the percentage of people aged 25-64 with higher education degrees (2000-2005)
Table 5.2 Evolution of the number of higher education students (in thousands)
Table 5.3 Distribution of foreign students in higher education by level of studies (2005)
Table 5.4 Greek students studying abroad (2001-2005)
Table 5.5 Total sizes and trends of Greek students in Great Britain
Table 5.6 Employment trends of people aged 25-64 with higher education degrees (% of employed in comparison with overall graduates / 1991-2005)
Table 5.7 Unemployment trends of people aged 25-64 with higher education degrees (% of unemployed in comparison with overall graduates / 1991-2005)
Table 5.8 Total public expenditure in education as a % of GDP (2001-2004)
Table 5.9 Annual expenditure in public and private educational establishments per student in equivalent per (PPS) €, for all levels of education and higher education, based on equivalents of full studies (2001-2004)
Table 5.10 Annual expenses for higher education institutions per student (2004)
App 5.1 Percentage of population having attended higher education per age group (2005)
App 5.2 Percentage (%) of students admitted into public and private higher education establishments (2005)
App 5.3 Higher education graduates per field of education (2005), %
App 5.4 Percentage (%) of foreign higher education students (2005), per country of origin and destination (first part)
App 5.5 Percentage (%) of foreign higher education students (2005), per country of origin and destination (second part)

GRAPHS

Graph 2.1 Average starting salary on an annual basis for employees who are hired for the first time
Graph 2.2 Percentage of 20-29 year olds represented in the total population per district (2001)
Graph 2.3 Demographic developments
Graph 3.1 Evolution of AEI units (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 3.2 Evolution of TEI units (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 3.3 Evolution of AEI teaching staff (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 3.4 Evolution of TEI teaching staff (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 3.5 Advertising expenditure of higher education in the mass media (2003-2007)
Graph 3.6 Evolution of profitability ratios of private higher education companies (2002-2006)
Graph 3.7 Evolution of performance ratios of private higher education companies (2002-2006)
Graph 3.8 Evolution of liquidity ratios of private higher education companies (2002-2006)
Graph 3.9 Evolution of financial structure ratios of private higher education companies (2002-2006)
Graph 3.10 Evolution of activity ratios of private higher education companies (2002-2006)
Graph 4.1 Evolution of AEI student population (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 4.2 Distribution of AEI student population per district (2006/07)
Graph 4.3 Evolution of TEI student population (2002/03-2006/07)
Graph 4.4 Foreign and local students

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