Education

Overview

Get the latest insights and reports on the education and public sectors and learn how the specialist HSBC Public Sector & Education team can support your business growth.

Why HSBC

Our dedicated team of industry specialists understands the unique challenges facing the higher education and public sectors.

We work closely with Universities, Independent Schools, Alternative Providers and Local Authorities, leveraging our in-depth knowledge, experience and global network to help you achieve your ambitions.

Please do get in touch with our dedicated public sector & education experts to see how they could support the growth of your institution.

Supporting and promoting the importance of financial wellbeing and education is a shared focus of both HSBC and the public sector and education clients we serve. Please find more information on our financial wellbeing team here

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Countries parents are most likely to consider for their child's university education abroad

1. USA

47%

2. Australia

40%

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3. UK

39%

4. Canada

25%

5. Germany

23%

Serious about sustainable higher education

The Higher Education sector continues to evolve as policy, student demands and globalisation impacts each institution. This increased competition requires the sector to remain agile and progressive, whilst forging new partnerships with businesses. Investment to support teaching, student experience, facilities, research and technology is fundamental to the future success of an institution and will continue to shape the sector for years to come. Ian Robinson – Sector Head, Public Sector and Education, HSBC UK.

Ian Robinson | Head of Public Sector & Education – Commercial Banking

HSBC Global Research

42%

of parents around the world would consider a university education abroad for their child – compared to 35% in 2016 – with parents in Asia the most likely to consider this.

1 million

international students welcomed by the USA. The USA, Australia and the UK are the top destination for studying abroad.

$157,782

the cost parents estimate a full higher education abroad would be, globally.

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