Faculty

At the Reykjavik University MBA we pride ourselves on having an exceptional faculty. Over half of all courses are taught by our international faculty from some of the best European and American business schools. Our resident Icelandic faculty are recognised to be among the best in their respective disciplines.

Additionally, a few courses are taught by leaders active in the business community in Iceland and abroad. A common characteristic of all RU MBA professors is that they have extensive academic, as well as hands-on, experience and have been recognised for their excellent teaching.

The professors include:

Aðalsteinn Leifsson

Aðalsteinn Leifsson

Assistant Professor, Reykjavik University.

Director at European Free Trade Association.

Effective Negotiation
Ann Armstrong

Ann Armstrong

Professor, Rotman School of Management, Canada

Organizational Behaviour
annoleoes Raes

Anneloes Raes

Assistant Professor IESE Barcelona

Leadership and Change
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Alda Sigurðardóttir

Lecturer at Reykjavik University, Iceland

Personal and Professonal Development

Eric Weber

Eric Weber

Associate Dean, IESE, Spain

Strategic Decision Making

Friðrik Már Baldursson

Friðrik Már Baldursson

Professor at Reykjavik University, Iceland

Managerial Economics
Jónas Fr. Jónasson

Jónas Fr. Jónasson

Lecturer at

Reykjavik University, Iceland

Business Law

Ketill

Ketill Berg Magnússon

Lecturer at Reykjavik University, Iceland

Responsible Leadership
Kristín Friðgeirsdóttir

Kristín Friðgeirsdóttir

Assistant Professor at London
Business School, UK

Business Statistics
Lori Riznek

Lori Riznek

Associate Professor at University of Toronto, Canada

Human Resource Management
Murray Bryant

Murray Bryant

Associate Professor at Richard
Ivey School of Business, Canada

Managerial Accounting
Natalia Yankovic

Natalia Yankovic

Assistant Professor at IESE Business School, Spain

Operation Management
Pascual Berrone

Pascual Berrone

Associate Professor at IESE Business School, Spain

Competitive Strategy

Robert Wayne Gregory

Robert Wayne Gregory

Professor at IESE Business School, Spain

Competing in the Digital Age
Steve Byers

Steve Byers

Professor, State Idaho University, USA

Corporate Finance
Valdimar Sigurðsson

Valdimar Sigurðsson

Professor at Reykjavik University, Iceland

Marketing Management

Þröstur Olaf Sigurjónsson

Þröstur Olaf Sigurjónsson

Associate Professor at Reykjavik University and Copenhagen Business School

Final Project

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