International education

Analysis

International education in South Australia

Forecasting potential future growth

Deloitte Access Economics analysis of the international education and training sector in South Australia found it contributed $954 million in total value added, and sustained a workforce of 7,536 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs in 2015.

Deloitte Access Economics was commissioned by the Department of State Development to estimate the current contribution of the international education and training sector to South Australia, as well as forecast potential future growth for the sector from 2016 to 2026.

This report is intended to serve as an input to the refinement of South Australia’s international education strategy by providing an overview of the current market and its significance to the State economy and outlining its potential growth over the next decade.

The analysis found that the international education and training sector in South Australia contributed $954 million in total value added, and sustained a workforce of 7,536 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs in 2015. This represents 1.0% of the Gross State Product and 1.1% of the State workforce.

International education in South Australia
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