Data on English UK member centres reveals an increase in junior student weeks and greater insight into the top markets for Q2 of 2019.
The QUIC Q2 2019 data shows an increase in junior student weeks by 7.8% while adult student weeks dropped by 5% in comparison to Q2 2018. Saudi Arabia, Italy, China, South Korea and Switzerland were the top source markets overall.
The data is particularly informative, as 37% of all English UK members representing 50% of our student weeks participated in QUIC 2019.
Of the 267 teaching locations participating in QUIC, 168 were operational in Q2 2019.
- QUIC members reported a total of 192,558 student weeks
- Saudi Arabia, Italy, China, South Korea and Switzerland were the top markets overall
- Italy, Spain, Russia, France and China were the top junior source markets
- Saudi Arabia, Italy, South Korea, China and Switzerland were the top adult source markets
- Adult to junior ratio, 80%:20%
- Commissionable to non-commissionable ratio, 77%:23%
- Group to individual bookings ratio, 24%:76%.
Q2 2018 v Q2 2019 insights
The number of QUIC members increased by 20 in 2019, representing 154 English UK members.
- Total number of student weeks dropped by 3%
- Although adult student weeks dropped by 5%, junior student weeks increased by 7.8%
- There was a 2% upward trend in the proportion of junior student weeks
- 37 of the 113 source markets showed overall growth
- Junior student weeks grew in 51 source markets and adult student weeks in 33 markets.
A full 41-page report and pivot tables, which provide granular intelligence on sector, region and provider type are only available to QUIC participants.
How do I join QUIC
Any centres interested in receiving the full report can join QUIC from January 2020. Contact Roz McGill
More market insights
The Asia Pacific region has numerous top source markets for the UK ELT sector.
Japan is amongst the fastest growing markets for student weeks according to our latest QUIC reports. And China ranked as the second largest sending market for English UK members in 2018.
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