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Graduate courses at RU School of Business now 14 months instead of two years

Graduate studies at RU School of Business will from next autumn take 14 months to complete instead of two years. This is made possible with the addition of a summer semester. The School of Business has also launched two new gradaute courses: Innovation Management and Tourism and Hospitality Management.

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School of Science and Engineering scientists collaborated on EU project

Dr. Jónas Þór Snæbjörnsson, professor, and Dr. Þórður Víkingur Friðgeirsson, assistant professor, at RU's School of Science and Engineering are participants in an ERASMUS+ project that focuses on the development of six manuals for construction management. 

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Creativity and innovation at an international summer school in RU

Reykjavik University (RU) School of Business, in cooperation with the University of Southern Maine (USM), will host a 10-day summer school on Creativity, Leadership, & Innovation, with focus on sustainable tourism, in Iceland this summer.

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Close collaboration with businesses, practical projects and internships give students a competitive advantage.

Research areas include management, innovation, behaviour analysis and clinical psychology.

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Computer Science

Students complete hands-on projects and are encouraged to innovate. 

Research areas include AI, databases, natural language processing, user interfaces and theoretical computer science.

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Science and Engineering

Students receive a strong academic foundation, and are encouraged to design, implement and operate. 

Research in renewable energy, biological engineering, project management and decision analysis,.and more.

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Graduating outstanding lawyers capable of becoming leaders in their fields.

Research areas include tort, international, and EU/EEA law, constitutional law and history, comparative constitutional law, and human rights law.  

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