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Samningur undirritaður við Tianjin University

Iceland School of Energy signs dual degree contract with Tianjin University in China

This past Thursday the 11th of September, Reykjavik University and a delegation from the prestigious Tianjin University signed a dual degree contract, which will mean students from Tianjin will now be able to study at Iceland School of Energy and graduate with a master degree from both Universities. ISE students will also have the opportunity to participate in education and research ​​in China.

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Sýndarverur taka viðtal

A robot that learns - and history is made

Dr. Kristinn R. Thorisson, Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science, along with his colleagues published a paper at the conference Intelligent Systems & Agents in Portugal last month. The article won the prestigious "Outstanding Paper" award as the best paper of the conference.

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International Day

Yesterday, Thursday, September 4, the RU International Day was held in the Sun at Reykjavik University. The aim of the international day is to celebrate all the cultures that come together at RU and to promote the exchange opportunities offered by RU to our students.

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Meet the Energy Industry - Landsvirkjun & windpower

This week Iceland School of Energy students attended a talk given by Margrét Arnardóttir, the project manager for wind power for Landsvirkjun, as a part of the conference session. Meet the Energy Industry,which will be a weekly event for students in the MSc programmes at Iceland School of Energy.

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Ragnhildur Helgadóttir

School of Law welcomes new Dean

Reykjavik University is pleased to announce the appointment of Ragnhildur Helgadóttir as the next Dean of the School of Law.  Ragnhildur received her undergraduate Education from the University of Iceland in 1997, a LL. M degree from the University of Virginia in 1999, and a doctorate from the University of Virginia in 2004.  Read more

Largest group of new students in the history of Reykjavik University

This autumn semester has seen the largest group of new students ever to enroll at Reykjavik University. In total 1418 students have enrolled for studies at RU, compared to 1300 in the autumn 2013.  This semester also saw a record number of applications to study, more than 2,500 in total were received. This is an 11.3% increase in applications compared to last year.

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Reykjavik University - Háskólinn í Reykjavík

Academic position in the field of Economics and Econometrics

The School of Business at Reykjavik University is looking for a full time faculty member to join our economics group.  Relevant areas for teaching and research can include macroeconomics, econometrics and microeconomics preferably with a focus on the economics of energy markets. Read more
Háskólinn í Reykjavík

Academic position in the field of Accounting and Auditing

The School of Business at Reykjavik University is looking for a full time faculty member to join our finance and accounting group.  Preferred areas of teaching and research can include: financial accounting, financial reporting standards, auditing practices, tax accounting, risk management and business intelligence.
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