Barriers to market access for Australian education providers in Indonesia

  • Sebastian, Eugene (Primary Chief Investigator (PCI))

    Project: Research

    Project Details

    Project Description

    The project aims to address this information gap by clearly outlining barriers to market access for Australian education and training providers in Indonesia, and identifying areas where skills gaps, delivery gaps, and changes in regulation and policy may provide market access opportunities for providers.
    The project will therefore provide a basis for Australia’s ongoing efforts to advance education services trade with Indonesia, and will be used as advice for Australian education providers across all sectors who are seeking access to the Indonesian market. Sectors include:
    • Schools (Australian CRICOS registered schools, and offshore Australian schools);
    • Vocational education and training (on-shore private RTOs, TAFEs, non-registered training providers);
    • Higher education (onshore, offshore, online);
    • English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (on-shore and offshore ELICOS providers); and
    • Edu-tech (non-provider, online education services).
    In doing so, the project acts as a country-specific extension to the December 2015 research report, Growth and Opportunity in Australian International Education, developed by Deloitte Access Economics for Austrade. This report outlines the scale and scope of the international education opportunity available to Australia over the next decade, including through:
    • benchmarking current activity,
    • projecting future activity; and
    • developing case study exemplars and new and emerging delivery models and service opportunities.
    While Deloitte’s report considers emerging opportunities onshore as well as in-market, this project will focus on in-market opportunities in Indonesia.
    Short titleMarket Access barriers
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date30/01/1830/06/18