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Rektor HR stendur við púlt í Hörpu og heldur ræðu

The largest group to graduate from Reykjavik University

RU graduated 641 students this Saturday at Harpa Concert Hall, 443 undergraduate and 196 graduate. Two students graduated with a PhD degree. 

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Meet the new directors of RU's Student Union

Earlier this spring, the students at RU elected a new administration for their Student Union, most often referred to as SFHR. The Union's president for the 2016-2017 academic year is Rebekka Rún Jóhannesdóttir. Skúli Þór Árnason is vice president, Kristinn Guðmundsson is treasurer, Erna Sigurdardottir is student officer, and Íris Björk Snorradóttir is information officer.

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Myndin sýnir MIT háskólann

RU in cooperation with MIT to promote economic growth through innovation

Reykjavik University and the Ministry of Industries and Innovation will for the next two years be involved in an international project with MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, that aims to create jobs and promote economic growth in Iceland with innovation.

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Háskólinn í Reykjavík

24 million ISK allocated for research through industry collaboration

University of Reykjavik partners, Icelandair Group, Isavia, LS Retail and Fisheries Iceland will provide a total of 24 million krona for research at masters and doctoral level in the academic year 2016-2017. Recently, the joint committee of RU and these partners allocated the abovementioned amount for various research projects of masters and PhD students. 

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