Competitor Analysis in Egyptian Private Higher Education Sector

  • Rami M. Ayoubi
  • Mohamed Loutfi
Keywords: Egypt, private universities, competition

Abstract

In this article, the authors introduce the idea of competition in the private higher education sector in Egypt. There are 24 private universities competing for students in Egypt. Based on two criteria, quality and price, the authors classify private profit-oriented universities in Egypt into four categories. They conclude that the current Egyptian government is striving to establish more universities in the high quality–high
price category.

Author Biographies

Rami M. Ayoubi

Rami M. Ayoubi is project consultant, Cardiff Metropolitan University,
UK. 

Mohamed Loutfi

Mohamed Loutfi is professor and pro-vice-chancellor (International), Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK. 

Published
2018-03-29
How to Cite
Ayoubi, R. M., & Loutfi, M. (2018). Competitor Analysis in Egyptian Private Higher Education Sector. International Higher Education, 2(93), 22-23. https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.0.93.10420
Section
Private Higher Education