The unique concentration of educational expertise in Jyväskylä led to the founding of EduCluster Finland in 2010. The company is a subsidiary of the University of Jyväskylä and its stakeholders include the JAMK University of Applied Sciences and the Jyväskylä Educational Consortium. It is Finland's leading exporter of education, and it. serves as an educational partner for a new era domestically, too.
HUMAN TECH SOLUTION
By focusing specifically on questions of learning, education, interaction and supervision, EduCluster Finland offers its customers a competitive edge and added value through a development partnership. As a result of this partnership, customers gain access to the highest expertise available in Finnish public services, universities and business. Instead of a ready-made package, each customer receives a tailor-made and unique solution that brings together multiple expert organisations.
Operating on four continents and still growing, EduCluster aims to identify the customers' apparent and unapparent needs without compromising on quality. The Abu Dhabi partnership programme is the most extensive Finnish educational export project so far. As a result of this partnership, both parties are much better prepared to meet the changes that lie ahead. Such partnerships are always reciprocal. The idea is not only to offer tried and tested solutions, but also to learn completely new approaches in order to expand one's own way of thinking. When you give, you also receive.
Human Tech Center Finland brings together international experts, researchers and companies to jointly develop new successful products from a human perspective and, at the same time, humanize these products. It is not a company but rather an entire area and a way of thinking. A centre for expertise in Jyväskylä in the heart of Central Finland. Welcome aboard.
HTC's impetus is provided by Jyväskylä Regional Development Company Jykes Ltd, the City of Jyväskylä, the University of Jyväskylä, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä Educational Consortium, Jyväskylä Innovation Ltd, Ääneseudun Kehitys Ltd, Jämsek Ltd and the Regional Council of Central Finland.