Why study in Iceland?

Iceland is a great destination for international students and a fantastic place to live. Located in the North Atlantic Ocean right close to the Arctic pole, Iceland is a highly developed country with a world-class higher education system. Although Iceland is not a member state of the European Union, it signed the Schengen Agreement. If you plan to study in Iceland, you will benefit from its membership to the Schengen area as you will be able to freely move within Europe.  

Keilir is located on the Reykjanes peninsula in Sout West Iceland. Keilir is located next to the international aiport, 40 km West from Reykjavik. There is frequent public transport between Keilir and Reykjavik, and the trip takes approximately 45 minutes.
Iceland is known by its astonishing nature, with landscapes full of geysers, glaciers, volcanoes covered by snow, and geothermal sources. A geologically young land, Iceland is located on both the Iceland hotspot and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which runs right through the island. This combined location means that the island is highly geologically active and has many volcanoes. Dettifoss, located in northeast Iceland, is the largest waterfall in Europe in terms of volume discharge. The Vatnajokull glacier is the biggest in Europe.