Study in Iceland

Situated on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Iceland is a hotspot of volcanic and geothermal activity. Approximately 320.000 people inhabit the country, the majority living in the capital Reykjavik, 40 km from Keflavik and Keilir Aviation Academy. Busses run on a regular basis between Keflavik and Reykjavik and you will have easy access to the cultural diversity of the world’s most Northern capital.

Iceland is an island with an area of 103,000 km2 (39,756 sq. miles) in North Europe, the second largest island in the North Atlantic Ocean. Its highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, rises to 2,109 m above sea level, and over 11 percent of the country is covered by glaciers, including Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. The island offers some of the most unique and challenging flying environments, and throughout the training you will experience a variety of flying conditions.

All foreign citizens (except Nordic) coming to Iceland to study need a residence permit if staying longer than three months in Iceland. In order to apply for the resident permit, the applicant must be registered as a full time student at a university, vocational school, or other studies meeting university admission.

For more information, please visit www.studyiniceland.is.