Iceland School of Energy

All accepted students are automatically considered for the following scholarships upon applying – there is no additional application. We encourage all applicants to focus on compiling their best application for a chance at reduced tuition fees.

Reykjavik University Dean's List 

Every semester the student with the highest cumulative grade point average in each class will have a chance to be placed on the Dean's List, and to have their tuition fees for the next semester waived.

To be eligible for the Dean's List, full-time Iceland School of Energy students must have completed at least 15 credits (30 ECTS). Only courses completed by students during the regular examination period or earlier are taken into account. When calculating average grades, only first-time attempts at passing exams apply. That is, repeat examinations do not apply. However, examinations taken due to illness at the time of the regular examination do apply.

Potential scholarships from outside sources

Highlight on Fulbright Grantee and ISE Student Nicholas Fry US citizens

Fulbright Student Grants

Fulbright offers five full grants available for US students. Full grants include a stipend intended to cover living expenses for 9 months (the academic year), a travel stipend of 1000 USD, a supplemental accident and sickness insurance coverage, and a baggage allowance, which is payable at the end of the stay. All fields of study are considered.

Leifur Eirkíksson Foundation Scholarships

This scholarship funds scholars who are US citizens for graduate research or study at Universities in Iceland.

The American-Scandinavian Foundation

The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) offers fellowships (up to $23,000) and grants (up to $5,000) to individuals to pursue research or study in one or more Scandinavian country for up to one year. The number of awards varies each year according to total funds available. Awards are made in all fields.

The Robert Kellogg Memorial Scholarship (University of Virginia)

The Robert Kellogg Memorial Scholarship funds one scholar or fellow annually from the University of Virginia for graduate research or study in Iceland, or an Icelander to conduct research or study at the University of Virginia. Work may be in any area including but not limited to the sciences, the humanities, the arts, history, or architecture. Recipients are chosen by the Board of Trustees of the Foundation.

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