Imagine the possibilities
Indonesia is an emerging market for international education where the total number of student abroad is estimated to be around 40,000 making Indonesia the third-largest source country in Southeast Asia, and it is projected to grow as Indonesia’s economy move into the world’s top 15 economies, 3rd in Asia after China and India.
As Indonesian economy grow rapidly so does the apparent skills gap as the Indonesia’s higher education system struggles to keep pace where the total HE enrolment is predicted to reach 7.8 million by 2020. The Indonesian government’s growing emphasis on building human capacity is apparent in the increasing number of scholarships to provide greater opportunity for Indonesian to study overseas.
Given the forecast for growth, what can education providers do to meet the corresponding demand for education?