API Study Abroad at Reykjavik University

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Experience Iceland with API!
Experience Iceland with API!
Study Abroad in Iceland with API!
Study Abroad in Iceland with API!
Student in Iceland
Student in Iceland


Experience life in the world's northernmost capital city in Reykjavik, Iceland! Students will study at Iceland's largest private university - Reykjavik University (RU). A leader in research and a technologically advanced university, students have the opportunity to take courses in business, computer science (including game design), and engineering.

Students directly enroll alongside Icelandic and other international students to be among a small, fortunate group of Americans studying abroad in Iceland!

Students will find themselves surrounded by volcanoes, the Northern Lights, and natural wonders such as the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Take a moment to check out the iconic Hallgrímskirkja church and meet some of the most welcoming and friendly people in the world! Come and study abroad in the land of ice and fire!


API Scholarships
API Scholarships and Financial Aid Information

API awards approximately $500,000 in study abroad scholarships annually ranging from $250 -$1,000 per student.

$250 - $1,000

Questions & Answers

Hi Dylan! To answer your question - yes! All of the courses available to API students in Reykjavik are conducted in English.


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Icelandic Króna
37 F / 25 F
57 F / 30 F
59 F / 41 F
45 F / 25 F
Keflavík Airport
( KEF )

Iceland has been an up and coming tourist destination for the past couple years and there is a good reason why. Iceland is a perfect destination for thrill seekers and explorers, as they have unrivaled scenery with the Northern Lights, geothermal baths, glaciers and black beaches.

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