University of Iceland

Viking and Medieval Norse Studies

A two-year Nordic Master’s Programme that offers an interdisciplinary approach to Viking and Medieval Scandinavia.

Icelandic as a second language

Studies in Icelandic as a second language are an excellent choice for students who want to improve their practical and/or academic skills in Icelandic.

Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies

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Icelandic as a second language

Icelandic as a second language is divided into two separate programmes: B.A.-programme and practical language programme. These are full-year programmes and start in the fall each year. For further information on Icelandic as a second language.



Research intitutions strengthen the institutional framework for research, coordinate the activities of the different research institutes active within the School, and facilitate research collaboration with scholars and institutes at other universities.

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