Online education has become a prominent industry during the past decade.
According to the numbers presented by StockApps.com, the online education industry is set to make $148.57 billion in 2022, as online education has become a prominent industry in the last decade.
Furthermore, the industry is headed in the right direction and is expected to grow by 10.8 per cent year on year in 2022.
According to the data available on Statista, copied to the Ghana News Agency, the online education sector is expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 10.68 per cent between 2022 and 2026.
The industry was worth only $65.61b in 2017. As stated above, the annual revenues are expected to grow to $148.57b in 2022.
In five years, the industry’s size is expected to grow by 126.4 per cent.
It doesn’t appear that the growth rate will slow down in the coming years.
In 2023, the industry is expected to rope in $168.03bn in revenue, indicating a Y-o-Y growth of 13.1 per cent. By 2026, the annual revenues are expected to reach $222.99b.
Comparing revenues from 2017 with those from 2026, there will be an increase of 240 per cent. Therefore, the e-learning industry is set to more than triple its revenues in the span of a decade.
The e-learning sector mainly consists of online university education, online learning platforms, and professional certificates.
Most of the industry revenue is generated by online university education, while the contribution from professional certificates is minimal. In 2022, online university education will earn $86.63b in revenue, making 58 per cent of the entire industry revenue.
Online learning platforms will bring in $57.25b in revenue – 38.5 per cent of the overall revenue. The remaining share is attributed to professional certificates.
In 2026, the share of online university education is expected to increase up to 68 per cent, while the share of online platforms is expected to drop to 28 per cent.