EduCluster Finland is part of the University of Jyväskylä Group. Our mission is to leverage creativity and innovation which builds on the experience of world-class Finnish educational practices in developing solutions globally.
As part of the University of Jyväskylä Group, Finland’s leading centre of expertise in enhancing educational performance and achieving cross-sector excellence, we strive to shape tomorrow through partnership and collaboration.
Our operating principles
We believe that access to quality education and research can make a difference for individuals and societies throughout the world.
We respect universal human rights, and are committed to promoting and maintaining a culture of equality in which relationships are marked by dignity, diversity, and respect in environments free from discrimination, deception, and harassment.
Mindful of our environmental footprint, we believe that education is a key for unlocking the potential for ecological wellbeing, and strive to develop and maintain actions which enhance global sustainability.
We value the strong reputation and proven track record of the University of Jyväskylä Group (University of Jyvaskylä), Jyväskylä Educational Consortium Gradia, and JAMK University of Applied Sciences, and hence intend that our actions actively support the Group’s missions, values, and objectives.
We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and honesty in our relationship with clients, and our compliance with the laws and regulations of each country in which we conduct business.
We respect the confidence and trust of our clients, and always endeavour to communicate swiftly, openly, and reliably with them.
We foster a deeply inclusive organisational culture, bringing together people with the highest expertise to achieve world-class level educational excellence outside the scope of other educational providers.
Embedded in all our operations is our compliance with the spirit of social responsibility by which we act, when and wherever possible, for enhancing the lives of those marginalised or otherwise less privileged.