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27.8.2020 : Welcoming a new MBA class

41 new students began their studies last Thursday. The RU MBA starts with an orientation programme which was now held in Hlégarður in Mosfellsbær in great summer weather. 

First day of teaching was on Saturday, at Reykjavik University. The kick-off session is Personal and professional development, this time with 1 meter distancing. 

6.5.2020 : Executive MBA Introductory Meeting

Welcome to online introduction meeting for the MBA programme at Reykjavik University for the academic years 2020-2022. The meeting is online and will be held on May 6th between 12:00-13:00.

A link to the meeting

Please register here

In the meeting, the MBA Director, Programme Administrator and students will give a short presentation about the study.

Jóhanna Vernharðsdóttir, the MBA Programme Administrator is happy to give further information about the meeting and the programme: mba@ru.is

Information about the MBA can be found on the web: en.ru.is/mba

22.3.2020 : MBA classes to be online for the rest of the term

This coming teaching weekend, MBA classes will be fully on-line and will remain so for the rest of this term. 

 

10.3.2020 : MBA students to work with MITdesignX on their final projects

Students in the Reykjavik University Executive MBA to work on strategies for Icelandic start-up companies with MITdesignX innovation centre at MIT and present them to a panel of experts at MIT in April. 

21.1.2020 : Online Executive MBA Introductory Meeting

The meeting is online and will be held on March 26th between 11:30-12:10. 

19.11.2019 : MBA students to work with MITdesignX on their final projects

Students in the Reykjavik University Executive MBA will present their strategies for Icelandic start-up companies in front of a panel of experts at MIT in April.

12.9.2019 : Meira vitnað í rannsóknir HR en nokkurs annars háskóla

Á nýjum lista Times Higher Education (THE) yfir bestu háskóla heims, sem birtur var í gær, kemur fram að á mælikvarða sem metur áhrif rannsókna, skorar Háskólinn í Reykjavík hæst, ásamt sex öðrum háskólum. Áhrifin eru metin út frá hlutfallslegum fjölda tilvitnana í vísindagreinar, það er, hversu oft aðrir vísindamenn vitna í niðurstöður fræðimanna háskólans í ritrýndum vísindagreinum.