Many things must be taken into account when enrolling in university. The UI Course Catalogue is the ultimate guide for students during their studies. It includes detailed information on programmes and courses and key information about the academic year, registration, fees, examinations and more. The Course Catalogue is published once annually. Students are encouraged to review practical information in the Course Catalogue.
Please note that most courses at the Faculty of Psychology are taught in Icelandic.
Student Counselling and Career Centre
The University Student Counselling and Career Centre (USCCC) provides the university's students with several kinds of support and services while studying at the university, such as advice on course and programme selection, work methods and resources for disabled students or students with special needs. Students can book an appointment with a counsellor or come during drop-in hours. Further information on the service can be found on the USCCC website.
UI services and facilities
The university endeavours to offer students excellent facilities and a high a level of services, so their time at the university can be spent effectively and enjoyably. See a list of services and facilities available for students.