The Global Cloud-Based Language Learning Market was valued at US$ 264.06 Million in 2022 and is expected to reach US$ 682.35 Million by 2030, at a CAGR of 12.6 % during a forecast period.
In cloud-based language learning, resources are kept in the cloud and can be accessed from computers and mobile devices. A cloud-based language learning platform makes it easy for users to get information and lets them share data and work together well. Cloud-based solutions are becoming more popular as the need for e-learning technology grows. Cloud-based solutions are great for a virtual classroom because they make it easy and effective to access information. Most cloud computing providers make cloud servers with C-Sharp and JAVA. Due to the rise of cloud-as-a-service, the global language market is expected to change in a big way over the next few years. Because of this, many businesses have moved to the cloud and now offer language learning through the cloud to their customers.
Large corporations are investing in the efficient use of IT resources and spending in order to make measurable improvements in the efficiency of their workforces and help the global market grow. Cloud solutions are made to give people the tools they need to learn a language whenever, wherever, and however they want. This market research report also gives an analysis of the size of the market in terms of the number of users (in millions) over the next few years.
The growth of the global cloud-based language learning market will be helped by the fact that blended learning is becoming the norm in the education industry. The education industry is growing because more and more content is being made and changed with digital tools. Blended learning has been shown to be an effective way to learn because it gets people interested and takes the best parts of each teaching method. This method is the best way to teach with both digital media and in-person classes on the global market.
Also, this way of teaching lets teachers change the content so that it fits the needs of each user better. Blended learning is the most commonly used method in the language training industry. It lets the teacher set the pace of content delivery based on the student's abilities and time constraints. The global market for cloud-based language learning will change because blended learning gives students a better classroom experience and lets them choose how to get their content.
- Constant Advancements in Cloud-Based Technologies
A consultation paper on cloud computing put out by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in June 2016 said that cloud computing made up 33% of all IT spending around the world in 2015. Many organizations around the world are putting a lot of money into cloud infrastructure because it helps academics in many ways. It can also be used as a personal workspace and helps people learn and teach better. Cloud-based or Web 2.0 technologies include a wide range of socially oriented, web-based tools that are free or almost free, such as collaborative, generative, documentative, communicative, and interactive Web 2.0. Web 2.0 tools also help people work together and share information, which is important for active and social learning. So, these things are likely to drive the global market for cloud-based language learning over the next few years.
- Increasing Proliferation of Cloud Computing Technology
In recent years, the education sector has slowly started to move toward digital transformation. It has become one of the most adaptable industries to changes in telecommunications, technology, networking, etc. Language learning is an important part of the education industry. It is quickly moving toward the cloud computing model and cloud-based learning solutions, which are expected to become essential ways to learn languages in the near future. So, the growth of the global market is likely to be helped by the spread of cloud computing technology over the next few years.
- Growing Demand for E-Learning Courses across Several Schools and Universities
The cloud-based language learning market is growing because more people are using the internet and getting devices. This has led to a lot of private money going into digital learning solutions. More than 350 language-learning startups around the world are privately funded by angel investors, established venture capital firms, and private equity firms. When these companies start up, they will bring new tools, content, and ways to deliver learning to the global cloud-based language learning market. The growth of the global cloud-based language learning market will be driven by the growing demand for e-learning courses in schools and universities.
- Concerns Regarding Privacy, Security, and Reliability
Cloud computing faces many problems when it comes to protecting data privacy, such as storage, access, auditing, retention, compliance, destruction, auditing, and keeping track of legal system violations. Concerns about privacy in the cloud are both a technical and a legal problem. Also, security is very important for some online learning materials. In fact, cloud computing is also a worry in emerging economies because it isn't always reliable. So, these things are likely to slow the growth of the global cloud-based language learning market over the next few years.
- Lack of Viable Revenue and Monetization Model
Even though there are many ways to make money with cloud-based language learning, there is no standard or set model for making money. Different cloud computing companies all over the world have their own strategies, which may or may not be good for the customers. So, there needs to be a standard model for making money and getting money. So, the lack of a good way to make money and bring in money is likely to slow the growth of the market in the near future.
- Advent of Cloud-Based Learning in Educational Sector
Cloud computing has a lot of potential to change the way schools work. Since digital content is cheaper than printed content, cloud-based textbooks are great replacements for expensive university textbooks. This, in turn, makes it possible for students from poor families to get access to good learning materials. There are many companies around the world that are trying to change the education sector. Pearson Education, for example, is moving away from being a traditional publishing company and is now at the forefront of digitally changing education. Pearson is building a digital platform in the cloud that will have a single place for editing, writing, and distributing content.
- Growing Eagerness towards Learning Programming Languages
Students from all over the world can learn from and interact with any teacher using a cloud-based language learning platform. Cloud-based learning also gives users access to the best content, which is expected to help the market grow. Cloud technologies help people learn about other cultures and talk to each other more effectively. In turn, this helps more and more people learn languages for very little money.
- In September 2019 - The main focus of the big players in the market is on putting out new products so that they can have a wider range of products. For example, the U.S. software company Rosetta Stone Inc. released a new language training enterprise solution for corporate customers that included unlimited live tutoring and personalized feedback.
- In November 2017 - Product launches are done by some of the most important companies in the market so that they can sell more products. For example, , SANS Inc. released a new Pronunciation Activity Tool as part of its SANSSpace interactive language-learning platform.
Top market players are
Linguatronics, LC sells software and computer accessories. The company sells lab and audience response systems, content and management software, headsets, audio-visual interfaces, media servers, white boards, and computers. Linguatronics helps people learn languages using digital tools.
Sanako Connect is a way for language teachers to teach from a distance. Connect lets teachers set up online classes to teach a language. Students and teachers can use laptops, Chromebooks, or tablets to get to sessions from anywhere.
OKpanda Inc. is a private company that has been in business for 11 years. At the moment, the company focuses on E-Learning and Schools. Adam Gries is the founder and chief executive officer of the company.
Livemocha is an online platform for learning languages that lets you practice and talk with people who speak the language as their first language. Makes it possible for users to work together. Offers courses to help people learn English, French, German, and other languages.
Speexx is a leading provider of online language training and testing solutions for a global workplace that have won awards, helping large companies all over the world increase their productivity by giving their employees the tools they need to communicate across borders.
Rosetta Stone Ltd. makes software for learning languages. The company focuses on language solutions. It has interactive software and audio products for learning Spanish, English, French, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and other languages. Rosetta Stone sells its products all over the world to businesses, schools, organizations, and individuals.
Duolingo, Inc. (Duolingo) is a company that makes it possible for people to learn languages online. The company's lesson platform has game-like elements like speaking, translation, listening, and multiple-choice challenges. It also grades students and gives them ways to get better.
Busuu is an online learning platform that gives corporations and businesses all over the world access to professional language courses that are recognized all over the world. The flexible online and live language learning helps to build workplaces that are welcoming and productive for everyone. They provide high-quality learning that helps employees and the company as a whole grow.
Babbel has a goal: to help people understand each other through language. This means making a system of ways to learn a language that helps people from different cultures connect with each other. With Babbel, Babbel Live, and Babbel for Business, users have the best way to communicate with real people in real situations.
Voxy is an innovative and flexible digital solution for learning English that has been used successfully by more than 4 million English language learners and hundreds of businesses around the world.
Educational Testing Services (ETS), which makes the TOEFL and TOEIC tests, owns Edusoft Ltd. as a subsidiary. ETS is the world's largest private educational assessment and research organization and makes the TOEFL and TOEIC tests. Edusoft is the world's leader in technology-based English Language Learning and Assessment Solutions for schools, businesses, and government agencies in more than 30 countries.
- Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press puts out books and pamphlets and prints them. Customers can get academic and professional epublishing, dictionaries, cambridge books, cambridge journals, and cambridge books. Cambridge University sends its books all over the world.
The market is segmented on the basis of language, end-user and region.
By 2024, the market for cloud-based language learning will be worth USD 8 billion, and it will grow at a CAGR of 7% during the period of the forecast. By language, the global market for cloud-based language learning is split into English, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, and others (German, French, Japanese, Portuguese, and others). In 2018, the English language segment had more than half of the total market share and was expected to grow at a CAGR of about 7% over the next few years. Several countries are putting in place new educational policies to help people learn English better, which is helping this part of the global market grow. One of the main reasons why more people are learning English in the market is because more students from places like India, China, and Singapore are going to college in the United States. The rapid growth of value-added services (VAS) for mobile learning would drive demand in this segment of the global cloud-based language learning market. The government's efforts to promote English as a second language (ESL) programs and digitalize the educational sector will help this market segment grow.
The fact that the Chinese economy is the biggest and that China is becoming one of the biggest industrial powerhouses will drive demand for Mandarin Chinese training programs on the global market. Spanish is spoken on the internet by about 10% of the people who use it. It is also used a lot in TV, radio, and newspapers around the world. The demand for cloud-based language learning is being driven by the rise in the number of energy trade warrants in Arabic-speaking countries.
The K-12, higher education, vocational training, corporate training, examination number, and other end-user types make up the end-user type segment of the global cloud-based language learning market. With a CAGR of over 8% during the forecast period, the corporate sector is the end-user segment of the global market that is growing the fastest. This part of the global market is growing because more and more people are outsourcing their e-learning resources. As more money is put into corporate wellness programs and training modules with packaged content, a platform, and authoring tools, vendors on the global market will have more chances to make money. As an educational component for the global market, foreign language skills are a focus for many business organizations. The global cloud-based language learning market will make more money because there is more demand for training programs and content that cover compliance, IT, management, and industry-related courses. Using cloud-based language learning modules will help cut down on travel costs, training costs per employee, and time constraints in the business world.
The growth of the global market will be helped by the fact that more money is being spent on updating applications in the K–12 sector. Higher education is the part of the market that uses the cloud the most. The global cloud-based language learning market will grow as more and more people take the TOEFL and IELTS tests to get into college.
- Higher Education
- Vocational Training
- Corporate Training
- Examination Number
By Training Type:
On the basis of training type, the market is segmented into two types, education and corporate.
North America has been in the lead in the global market for cloud-based language learning, and this trend is expected to continue over the next few years. There are a number of colleges and universities in the area that are known for having the most international students. In terms of revenue, the North American cloud-based language learning market made up more than 52% of the global market in 2021, and it is expected to remain one of the most important markets for cloud-based language learning solutions during the forecast period. Also, Asia Pacific is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR rate during the period of the forecast. One of the main reasons why cloud-based language learning solutions are becoming more popular in emerging economies is that cloud computing technologies are becoming more popular there.
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Nordic Countries
- Benelux Union
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
Scope of Report:
|Value (USD Billion)
|CAGR of 12.6% from 2023 to 2030
|By Training Type
- Higher Education
- Vocational Training
- Corporate Training
- Examination Number
- Rosetta Stone
- Cambridge University Press
| Regional Scope
- North America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
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