Iceland Academy of the Arts: Reykjavik - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The Iceland Academy of the Arts actively participates in international collaboration. The Academy is a member of two extensive international cooperative ventures, the Nordplus educational programme organised by the Nordic Council of Ministers and ... read more

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I made connections with people from many disciplines and from many nations, such as Iceland, Norway, France, Netherlands, Slovenia, and India. This placed me in contact with so many viewpoints, allowing me to both discover the similarities and differences between cultures. - University of Hartford View Entire Review
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It was worthwhile because I am a more resilient and resourceful person. I had alot of time to reflect and learn about myself. Like all bad experiences you end up learning alot and growing stronger. While there were some good things, the landscape, and some friends I made, the art I pushed myself to create, on the whole it was a ... - Wellesley College View Entire Review

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The Iceland Academy of the Arts actively participates in international collaboration. The Academy is a member of two extensive international cooperative ventures, the Nordplus educational programme organised by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the EU programme Erasmus+. Both of these programmes include teacher and student exchanges as well as other form of cooperation. The IAA has made bilateral agreements with more than 100 higher education institutions in Europe through Erasmus. Within Nordplus, the Academy participates in several different thematic networks with 90 partner schools in the Nordic and the Baltic area.

In addition, the Iceland Academy of the Arts is currently working on bilateral agreements with academies outside Europe.

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