University of Iceland: Reykjavík - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The main mission of the International Office is to oversee and manage the international affairs of the University of Iceland. The office is responsible for administrating and developing international student exchange agreements along withparticipa... read more

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A student studying abroad with University of Iceland: Reykjavík - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
it was my first artist residency experience and I learned a lot from it - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review
I learned about Iceland and the culture itself and a lot more about other cultures from my European friends/housemates. I also grew as a person and learned to deal with things in life that I was not used to dealing with. Definitely worthwhile. I wish I could have stayed longer. - University of Iceland View Entire Review
Yes, everything was great. The academics were rewarding, I learned a lot about myself, I learned a lot about other people and cultures, and I really have no complaints! I plan on returning in the future for a longer period of time. I also feel more globally minded, having met so many people from various countries and establishin... - Hamline University View Entire Review
January 21, 2017 Iceland Abroad
Aside from learning a lot at the University of Iceland, I learned about "adult life". Coming from a small college in the US, things like paying rent and cooking for yourself are kind of an afterthought when housing and meals are provided for you. Having to live on my own and cook my own food and pay rent like an adult were a rea... - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I learned how to deal with loneliness and find happiness in small accomplishments. Iceland is an incredibly unique place with so much to see. Unfortunately, travel is expensive (no real public transportation, car rental required) and choosing Iceland as a study abroad location means giving up the whole "traveling through Europe"... - Middlebury College View Entire Review
It was worthwhile definitely. I grew so much as an individual. I went through quite a bit emotionally and physically that put me to the test, and I did not have the support or help on hand of people closest to me. I learned that you can never fully plan for what's to come. Life will be faced with many challenges, and the mindset... - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review

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The main mission of the International Office is to oversee and manage the international affairs of the University of Iceland. The office is responsible for administrating and developing international student exchange agreements along with
participation in international networks and cooperation with academic partners. We welcome more than 1,000 international students annually from all over the world and provide various services for incoming international students and visiting staff.

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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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