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RU introduces its graduate programmes in Graduate Study Week

Next week, March 25th-29th, RU will host the Graduate Study Week. Introductory meetings about individual courses will be held and light refreshments served. In the meetings, teachers and current students will explain the course structure.

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Dwight Phillips, former Olympic and world champion, visits RU

Phillips´ talk is titled 7 ways to how I became a World and Olympic Champion and is open to everyone.

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Opening of RU's Entrepreneurship Lab

On Friday March 8 at 12-1pm the opening of RU´s new innovation center for students will be held in a newly renovated building by the Bragginn Bar & Bistro in Nautholsvik. Light refreshments will be served and the name of the innovation center will be announced.

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Technology transfer at MIT

Lesley Millar-Nicholson, director of MIT‘s Technology Transfer Office (TLO), will give a talk on tech transfer on Monday March 4, in Reykjavík University, room M209 between 12-13.

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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, biomedical 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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