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Nicholas Porter
Property Week Student Accommodation Conference
London 2016
Key themes
1. Global higher education
market place
2. Lessons from our
journey so far
3. Looking ahead
Making a real
difference to
students lives
years in
PBS
A
25 PIONEERING
MARKETS
20,000
PIPELINE
9 countries 2 brands30 cit...
Our approach – total focus
Investment Management Real estate Commercial Operations
 Funds
 Joint ventures
 Underwriting...
Global higher education market place
By 2020
25% of the world’s
population aged 18-
22 will live in just 9
countries
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Millions
» 2013 global enrolments ...
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Millions
» 2013 global enrolments ...
QS Top 10 Ranked Student
Cities
Source: QS Best Student Cities 2016
1. Paris 252,000
2. Melbourne 250,000
3. Tokyo 1.1 mil...
Higher Education Policy
Free German
higher education
to all students
2022 target of
450,000 international
students
Interna...
15 MILLION
International students
by 2030
6% p.a. Growth
from
developing
countries
/ 0.3% p.a.
developed
Global market pla...
International students have a growing range of educational options
2016 International branch campuses:
248
branch
campuses...
Lessons from our
journey so far…
Spain
Catered vs
non-catered
Africa & India
Scale requirement
Matching economics
UAE
Segregation of dorms
Quality control
...
Fundamentals of growth
Demand
Eastern Explosion for 1st
generation HE students
A cultural, social &
educational opportunit...
Fundamentals of growth
Supply
Urban space constraints
Housing shortages
across the market
Product & price range
Community
Fundamentals of growth
Speed-to-market Drivers
Regulation / planning
Government policy
University attitude
Access to capit...
Looking ahead…
» Brexit & Trump
» USA & UK student visa policy
» Post study opportunities
» Cultural integration & empathy
» Building a k...
Changing delivery of higher education
» Increase in semester based
learning
» Exporting higher education
» A customer for ...
» Servicing the Y2K generation
» SMART technology
» Increasing collaboration
» Customer patience
» Evolving buying habits
...
Contact us: info@gsa-gp.com
London | Frankfurt | Dubai | Tokyo | Sydney
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Property Week Student Accommodation Conference, London 2016 | Nicholas Porter - GSA

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Nicholas Porter presenting at the Property Week Student Accommodation Conference, London 2016. The presentation highlights GSA's research on the global higher education market place, lessons of our journey and our plans looking ahead at 2017.

GSA is not simply in the student accommodation sector, we created it. We believe that student accommodation is more than just four walls. Therefore, we create communities that are safe and vibrant and give university students the space to grow in the direction that matters most to them. Our management team has created over $8bn of student accommodation in 44 cities across 8 countries.

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Property Week Student Accommodation Conference, London 2016 | Nicholas Porter - GSA

  1. 1. Nicholas Porter Property Week Student Accommodation Conference London 2016
  2. 2. Key themes 1. Global higher education market place 2. Lessons from our journey so far 3. Looking ahead
  3. 3. Making a real difference to students lives years in PBS A 25 PIONEERING MARKETS 20,000 PIPELINE 9 countries 2 brands30 cities
  4. 4. Our approach – total focus Investment Management Real estate Commercial Operations  Funds  Joint ventures  Underwriting  Investing  Reporting  Compliance  Tax  Debt  Investor in non GSA opportunities  Planning / development approval  Design / Architecture  Building technical  Ground-up development  Refurbishment  Global procurement  Project management  Monitoring  University partnerships  Brand signatures / standards  Multi-brand evolution  Operations  Global sales & marketing  Product design  Community life program  Training  Mobilisation  Global operating system  Technology Research partners
  5. 5. Global higher education market place By 2020 25% of the world’s population aged 18- 22 will live in just 9 countries
  6. 6. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Millions » 2013 global enrolments 176 million. » British Council estimated growth to 263 million by 2025. Source: UNESCO, British Council, RMIT, GSA, 2016 2025 World Enrolment Forecast 263m British Council Global potential
  7. 7. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Millions » 2013 global enrolments 176 million. » British Council estimated growth to 263 million by 2025. » Today’s rate of growth 330 million. Source: UNESCO, British Council, RMIT, GSA, 2016 330m Current Rate Global potential 2025 World Enrolment Forecast
  8. 8. QS Top 10 Ranked Student Cities Source: QS Best Student Cities 2016 1. Paris 252,000 2. Melbourne 250,000 3. Tokyo 1.1 mil 4. Sydney 210,000 5. London 367,000 6. Singapore 218,000 7. Montreal 99,000 8. Hong Kong 200,000 9. Berlin 163,000 10. Seoul 333,000 Colombia Ukraine UK France Thailand Egypt Viet Nam Germany Mexico Philippines Iran Indonesia Russia USA China Source: UNESCO, 2014 41.9 mil 19.7 mil 6.9 mil 6.4 mil 4.6 mil 3.5 mil 3.4 mil 2.9 mil 2.6 mil 2.5 mil 2.4 mil 2.3 mil 2.3 mil 2.1 mil 2.1 mil Source: UNESCO 2016 World’s highest higher education enrolments Global potential
  9. 9. Higher Education Policy Free German higher education to all students 2022 target of 450,000 international students International students’ study time in Canada counts towards citizenship. Global market place Governments see Australian education exports $USD15 billion in 2015/16. Growth 6%. Australia’s 3rd largest export. value in education Canada AustraliaGermany
  10. 10. 15 MILLION International students by 2030 6% p.a. Growth from developing countries / 0.3% p.a. developed Global market place
  11. 11. International students have a growing range of educational options 2016 International branch campuses: 248 branch campuses 32 in China 29 in UAE Increasing number of branch campuses 1 2 3Rise English Taught Curriculums Growth in MOOCs. Diversification of HE Evolving higher education market
  12. 12. Lessons from our journey so far…
  13. 13. Spain Catered vs non-catered Africa & India Scale requirement Matching economics UAE Segregation of dorms Quality control Visas for students to work Germany Unique tenancy arrangements Universal internet provision Australia Taxation / Construction Federal vs state regulation Japan Earthquake contingencies Reconfigured community Construction industry shortage China Construction culture Quality control Ireland Planning / design requirements Global No global workforce, training across cultures, faiths & language, consistency
  14. 14. Fundamentals of growth Demand Eastern Explosion for 1st generation HE students A cultural, social & educational opportunity ‘Western Educated’ Status Strength of University brands HE perceived as good value
  15. 15. Fundamentals of growth Supply Urban space constraints Housing shortages across the market Product & price range Community
  16. 16. Fundamentals of growth Speed-to-market Drivers Regulation / planning Government policy University attitude Access to capital Market and brand fit Local partnerships
  17. 17. Looking ahead…
  18. 18. » Brexit & Trump » USA & UK student visa policy » Post study opportunities » Cultural integration & empathy » Building a knowledge economy vs. brain drain A shift in student movement
  19. 19. Changing delivery of higher education » Increase in semester based learning » Exporting higher education » A customer for life: modular learning in universities
  20. 20. » Servicing the Y2K generation » SMART technology » Increasing collaboration » Customer patience » Evolving buying habits Evolving consumer
  21. 21. Contact us: info@gsa-gp.com London | Frankfurt | Dubai | Tokyo | Sydney

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