The contest will be held at Reykjavik University over the weekend of March 21-22. The programming contest is a competition open for all students in secondary school who are interested in design, programming and computers.
The University will be holding an Open Evening in English on March 5th, for the International Community living in Iceland, to present our programmes. Reykjavik University has over 20 graduate programmes taught in English in the fields of business, computer science, and engineering and sustainable energy studies.Read more
The Master of Clinical Psychology will begin at Reykjavik University (RU) in August and is accredited by the Ministry of Education in Iceland and satisfies the requirements in Icelandic law for practising as a psychologist.
At a ceremony on Thursday, sixty two students from all four departments at RU were recognised for their academic achievements last semester.Read more
The careers fair held at Reykjavik University yesterday was the 20th time AIESEC, the international students organisation, has held this event.
Reykjavik University invites applications for two faculty positions at the rank of an assistant professor in SCS and for one academic position in Psychology.
This past week Reykjavik University welcomed forty-five undergraduate students from the US, who came to Iceland to learn about and experience renewable energy.