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Ethiopian Education System to Witness Radical Change Over a Next Decade

 Government support and increasing student enrolment to change the education system landscape in Ethiopia in the near future.

According to recent analysis by TechSci Research, the Ethiopian education system is on the path of a major transition due to government efforts and its goal of universal primary school education by 2015. In addition to primary education, the Government of Ethiopia is promoting and improving the state of secondary and graduate education in the country. The Ethiopian government has entered into engagement with various institutes of higher education in India, such as Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), and Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), for training and development of senior faculty members in various disciplines.

According to TechSci Research, the education system in Ethiopia is struggling from shortage of qualified faculty to teach the increasing number of enrolled students. According to government reports, student enrollment in Ethiopia grew by almost 137% in the last five years, which was significantly higher than the growth in availability of teaching staff during the same period.

In the opinion of TechSci Research, the Ethiopian education system offers immense opportunities for private universities and institutions from across the globe. Private players have an opportunity to enter into a strategic partnership with Ethiopian Ministry of Education in providing quality education and training to the teaching staff at leading universities and institutions of higher learning in Ethiopia. The current education system in Ethiopia is favourable for investments and offers a positive outlook on the long term investments of private players.

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