MENA E-Learning Market Trends 2024- Industry Share, Revenue, Growth Drivers, Business Opportunities and Future Outlook till 2033: SPER Market Research

MENA E-Learning Market Trends 2024- Industry Share, Revenue, Growth Drivers, Business Opportunities and Future Outlook till 2033: SPER Market Research

March 7, 2024

E-learning is a method of delivering knowledge to pupils using electronic media such as videos, audio, e-books, AR/VR, or any other electronic mode. Students gain from e-learning in a variety of ways, including lower tuition costs and specialised course learning. In addition, e-learning has become a vital aspect of the majority of organisations since it improves employee performance.  

According to SPER market research, Middle East & Africa E-Learning Market Size- By Delivery Mode, By Learning Mode, By End User, By Price – Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Segment Forecast to 2033’state that the MEA E-Learning Market is predicted to reach USD 33.69 Billion by 2033 with a CAGR of 7.2%. 

The increasing number of internet users, government initiatives to promote smart learning, technological advancements, and corporate adoption of learning management systems (LMS) are all projected to propel Turkey’s smart education and learning system market. SAP SE provides a wide range of enterprise application software and services, including CRM, human capital management, and supply chain management. Furthermore, the growing importance of artificial intelligence is predicted to stimulate demand for education and learning analytics, addressing issues such as high dropout rates and ineffective teaching methodologies, benefiting the MEA education industry. 

The Middle East’s flourishing economy, which is powered by large investments in business sector expansion, makes e-learning more effective for transmitting company culture. Government initiatives to digitise education, together with the deployment of electronic equipment, are moving the region forward in online education. The increasing sectors create a broad market, attracting new participants and driving market expansion. 

However, insufficient security and ethical measures are projected to be a significant burden for important players in the Middle-East online education and e-learning business. Some of the challenges that are projected to impede the growth of the Middle East online education and e-learning market include the high cost of online education and e-learning, as well as increased security concerns among employees. 

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Impact of COVID-19 on MENA E-Learning Market

Saudi Arabia has had the most COVID-19 instances in the Middle East and Africa, with Iran, South Africa, and the UAE following suit. The UAE was the first in the region to announce a confirmed incidence, and it later moved university instruction online. Dubai closed schools and developed an online learning platform, whilst Saudi Arabia closed educational institutions in March and adopted e-learning programmes. The Saudi Research and Innovation Network collaborated with the Integrated Telecom Company to improve digital services and educational platforms. 

GCC E-Learning Market Key Players:

The Middle East and Africa e-learning market is divided into four countries: Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, and the Rest of Middle East and Africa. Saudi Arabia topped the Middle East and Africa’s e-learning market share. Additionally, some of the market key players are Abdul Latif Jameel Health, Al Amin Medical Instruments Co., Al Danah Medical Company, Saudi Wheelchairs Factory Co., United Medical Industries Co. Ltd., Others. 

Saudi Arabia E-Learning Market Segmentation:

The SPER Market Research report seeks to give market dynamics, demand, and supply forecast for the years up to 2033. This report contains statistics on product type segment growth estimates and forecasts.

By Delivery Mode: Based on the Delivery Mode, Middle East & Africa E-Learning Market is segmented as; LMS, Mobile, Online, Others.

By Learning Mode: Based on the Learning Mode, Middle East & Africa E-Learning Market is segmented as; Instructor-Led, Self-Paced.

By End User: Based on the End User, Middle East & Africa E-Learning Market is segmented as; Academic (K-12, Higher Institution), Corporate.

By Region: This research also includes data for Saudi Arabia, South Africa, The UAE, Rest of Middle East & Africa.

This study also encompasses various drivers and restraining factors of this market for the forecast period. Various growth opportunities are also discussed in the report.

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Middle East and Africa Online Education Market Revenue

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