According to Market Research Future (MRFR), the “Online Education Market Information by Learning Type, by Components, by Vertical, and Region – Forecast to 2030” market will reach USD 197.64 billion by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 22.7 percent.
The Online Education Market By 2030
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Inadequate infrastructure exists to act as a market restraint
Market constraints over the projection period could include a lack of infrastructure and a critical learning environment.
The Market’s Obstacle: A Dearth of Face-to-Face Interactions
During the forecast period, market challenges could include a lack of face-to-face interactions in online learning, the need for increased self-motivation, the imbibition of theoretical knowledge, a lack of practical knowledge, a lack of online education services for the blind and deaf, educational quality issues, and low teacher control over students.
The Study Considered Market Segmentation:
The global online education market has been segmented by vertical, learning type, product type, and component type.
The market for online education is segmented into two segments: software and hardware.
The market for online education is segmented into two product categories: services and content.
The market for online education is separated into two segments: asynchronous and synchronous learning.
The online education market is segmented into verticals such as professionals, industry, higher education, and elementary and secondary education, among others.
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COVID-19’s Impact on the Global Online Education Market
The spread of COVID-19 benefited the online education industry. Schools, colleges, and other institutions were compelled to close as a result of the virus’s spread, leading in an increase in demand for online instruction.
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