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Svartklædd kona stendur í dyragætt með hendur í vösum.

MPM-program in RU // Useful knowledge and skills for the workplace

María Fjóla Harðardóttir, director of Hrafnista homes, graduated from Reykjavík University's MPM program in 2014. Studying in project management was precisely what María was looking for - a study that she could use to improve herself as a nurse and manager or allow her to do something completely different. The MPM program is an efficient two-year academic program that can be taken alongside professional responsibilities. The programme is designed to provide career-focused training relevant to current industry standards. 

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Aldís G. Sigurðardóttir EMBA Director with US Ambassador in Iceland, Carrin F. Patman

US Ambassador in Iceland, Carrin F. Patman, visited the EMBA students at RU

The visit by the US Ambassador to Iceland, Carrin F. Patman, to the EMBA students at RU is a great honour for the program and its students. Ambassador Patman is a respected leader in her field, with a wealth of experience in business, law, and public service. Her visit provided the students with an opportunity to learn from her insights and expertise and to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of responsible leadership in today's global business environment.

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Kona í hvítum kjól stendur með krosslagðar hendur. Í bakgrunni eru stólar, borð og sófi, grænar plöntur í hillu.

MPM-program in RU // The studies has benefited greatly and is very efficient

Ylfa Rakel Ólafsdóttir was surprised by how much emphasis is placed on students developing their personal strengths, leadership and communication skills in the MPM program at Reykjavik University. The MPM program is designed to meet the growing demand for graduates who can successfully lead projects, across all sectors and industries, from the initial stages of assessing the viability of a project to completion and timely deliverance.

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Kona í brúnni peysu og svörtum buxum stendur með hendur í vösum. Í bakgrunni gulur veggur með Advania lógói.

MPM-program in RU /// Already in her dream job

Lilja Sigrún Sigmarsdóttir says that the MPM program at Reykjavík University is exciting and that the student group is strong. MPM is designed to meet the growing demand for graduates who can lead projects across all sectors and industries.

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Nemandi situr á bekk á kaffihúsinu í Sólinni

Department of Psychology

Has a strong track record in research and its impact is global, as can be seen with the Youth in Europe project, focusing on substance abuse prevention. 

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Nemandi stendur upp við vegg í HR

Department of Sport Science

Areas of research are physical education, coaching techniques, and gender and sport, for example.

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Kona stendur við afgreiðsluborð í fyrirtæki

Department of Applied Engineering

Teachers integrate professional teamwork in courses and students complete a wide array of projects that they design, build, and test themselves. 

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Tveir nemar standa upp við glervegg í HR

Department of Business

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

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Nemandi stendur upp við skápana í HR

Department of Computer Science

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

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Nemandi stendur fyrir utan HR

Department of Engineering

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

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Nemandi skoðar bók á bókasafni HR

Department of Law

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

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