EduFutura Forum

14.-16.11.2019

Jyväskylä, Finland

Photo: Keijo Penttinen

EduFutura Forum 2019
Experience Finnish Education in Three Days!

  • Are you an education professional, head of an institution, policy-maker, academic or a student in the field of education?
  • Do you believe that education can change the world for the better?
  • Would you like to collaborate with Finnish education experts?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this conference is for you!

Welcome to Jyväskylä, Central Finland in November 14-16, 2019!

EduFutura Jyväskylä offers a conference package you have never experienced before. During the three extensive days, you will understand why Finland’s education system is consistently ranked among the best in the world. In the conference, we are also looking forward to cooperating with you. Let’s learn from each other and share the knowledge!

During the course of the conference, you will also understand why Finns have the persistence to be the happiest nation in the world even during November’s mind and body challenging storms – and why Jyväskylä still merits the name “Athens of Finland”. See you in Jyväskylä in November 2019!

EduFutura Forum Conference Package includes (see the full Programme)

  • Nine top-notch keynotes
  • Comprehensive guided school visits
  • Inspiring workshops
  • All meals mentioned in the programme, including a Finnish gala dinner, that has been planned, prepared, and served by the talented EduFutura Jyväskylä students.

Registration

Registration will be open until October 25th 2019

What is EduFutura Jyväskylä?

EduFutura Jyväskylä (pages in Finnish) is a learning, research, and development community formed by the Jyväskylä Educational Consortium Gradia, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, and the University of Jyväskylä. We collaboratively develop the learning solutions of the future and create diverse opportunities for students to pursue flexible study paths.

The Heart of Finnish Education – City of Jyväskylä was the first place in Finland in mid 1800s to acquire a Finnish language grammar school, a teacher training college for primary school teachers and a school for girls. Ever since, the city has encouraged lifelong learning. Jyväskylä is student-friendly, continuously growing city with a population of 142,000, of which every third are students.

In co-operation