Iceland: University of Iceland
University of Iceland is a public research university in Reykjavik and Iceland's oldest and largest university. About 14,000 students are spread over some 20 faculties. Teaching and research are conducted in the social sciences, humanities, medicine, science, technology and teacher training. The campus is concentrated around the center of Reykjavik, with additional facilities in nearby areas as well as rural areas
University in brief
Language of instruction: Icelandic and English Academic calendar: August-January, January-June Credit system: ECTS Website:
Number of spots: 8 semester spots Grade requirements: None Programme specific information
If your programme or school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.
School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE)
Master’s Programmes: Civil and Architectural Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Sustainable Technology
This university offers courses that are relevant for your programme.
Master’s Programmes: Real Estate and Construction Management, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
This university does not offer courses that are relevant for you programme.
Master’s Programme, Transport and Geoinformation Technology
At this university you will primarily take elective courses.
School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
Agreement: Shared between all schools at KTH
Courses taught in English
Please contact your coordinator for more information.
Master's Programmes, School of Engineering Sciences
Master courses are given in English. Please visit the partner university's webpage for the latest information and contact your International Coordinator for further guidance.