Roles and Objectives The Agricultural University of Iceland (AUI) was founded on 1 January 2005. It is an educational and research institution in the field of agriculture and environmental sciences. The main focus is on the conservation and sustainable …

  Bifröst University was founded in Reykjavík in 1918 on the model of Ruskin College, Oxford, under the name Samvinnuskólinn or the Cooperative College. Its role then, as now, was to educate leaders for business and society. The school was moved to Bifröst …

  Hólar University College is a growing institution offering quality graduate and undergraduate education and a strong research programme. The institution is an internationally recognised centre for education and research in three highly specialized fields; equine science, aqua-culture and aquatic …

The Iceland Academy of the Arts is a self-governing institution providing higher education in fine arts, theatre, dance , music, design, architecture and art education. Role and Objectives The role of the Iceland Academy of the Arts is to encourage …

Set in one of the most beautiful areas of Reykjavik right next to Iceland’s only geothermal beach the newly built campus offers students modern first-rate facilities. The building has well equipped classrooms, students have 24-hour access to spacious study facilities and the student computer …

The University of Akureyri (Háskólinn á Akureyri) is located in North Iceland and has served Akureyri and its rural surrounding since 1987. The University has built a reputation for academic excellence and good industrial relations. Located in the capital of …

The University of Iceland was established 17th June 1911, on the centenary of the national hero of Iceland, 19th century Icelandic statesman Jón Sigurðsson, usually referred to as “president”.   The University of Iceland was founded on 17th June 1911, on …