China’s Online Education Online Report 2018: 2018 online learning is here!
The number of students who completed online courses rose to 3.8 million in the first six months of the year, up 6.6 percent from the same period last year.
The number of courses completed in the United States increased to 725,000, up 17 percent from 678,000 in the same time period.
China’s online education system remains among the most popular among countries in the world, according to a study by China University of Information Technology and Communications (CITIC), which also reported the largest increase in students completing courses online in China.
More students in China, the United Kingdom and Japan have completed online learning in the past year, according the CITIC report.
More than 5 million people in China completed online classes in the period, a record for China.
In the United Kingdom, online education accounted for nearly half of the total online education in the year to June 30.
More students in England completed online education than in any other country, according data from the Office for National Statistics.
The United Kingdom recorded the second highest number of online students, with 3,847,903.
The United States recorded a 2.7 percent increase in the number of college students who attended online classes.
The number is nearly double the rate for the past five years.
Students in the Philippines completed online studies on average last year for the first time since 2006, according statistics from the Ministry of Education.
Online education in China grew by 5 percent in the three years to June 2020, while the number fell by 3 percent in 2020.
In the U.K., the number increased by 9 percent in that period, while students in the U:P.
increased by 8 percent.
In Japan, the number decreased by 2 percent.
More students were taking online courses in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates, according CITIGC’s report.
As for U.S. students, they have completed more online courses than any other state, according an analysis by the University of California at Berkeley.
Nearly one-third of U. S. students in 2019 completed online training, up from 27 percent in 2018, according a CITICLE report.
Students from China and Japan were among the top five countries in terms of the number taking online classes, according its data.
More than 1.6 million students completed online programs in the UK and 1.2 million in China last year, the Citi Report noted.
According to CITICT’s data, there were 2.3 million people enrolled in online programs last year in the Netherlands, a country with a high proportion of students from China.
China was the top destination for students in both countries, according for both countries.
There are more than 1,000 online programs available in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Lithuania and Croatia.
China is the largest market for UNAVCO’s online training programs, with about 1,400 students enrolled in its courses, according Toews.
Other markets for online learning include Austria, Belgium, the Czech republic, Germany, France, Japan, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland, according Forews.