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When studying biological & life sciences, students learn different characteristics of natural science. Depending on the area of focus, students may study the human body, plant biology, or animal science in order to help with real-world problems.One characteristic of Iceland's higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, The University of Icleand ofte… Read more

When studying biological & life sciences, students learn different characteristics of natural science. Depending on the area of focus, students may study the human body, plant biology, or animal science in order to help with real-world problems.

One characteristic of Iceland's higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, The University of Icleand often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and doctorate levels. It is based in Vesturbær, Reykjavik and was founded in 1911.

Course in Life Sciences in Iceland

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Ísafjörður, Iceland

The course in Coastal Food Systems provides a critical exploration of current issues related to food security, food sovereignty, food justice, and food system sustainability a ... +

The course in Coastal Food Systems provides a critical exploration of current issues related to food security, food sovereignty, food justice, and food system sustainability and resilience. Employing the framework of economic geography, students will examine the complexities of both the production and value chain. This includes aspects of distribution, consumption, and food waste disposal. A special focus is set on coastal communities. Participatory learning, community engagement, and critical pedagogy are core course approaches. -
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2 weeks
English
Campus
 
Ísafjörður, Iceland

The course in Education and Labour Markets explores the characteristics of labor markets and education policies with a focus on regional development. Students will learn about ... +

The course in Education and Labour Markets explores the characteristics of labor markets and education policies with a focus on regional development. Students will learn about the challenges regarding undiversified labor markets and the so-called “brain drain” that rural and remote communities are confronted with. The role of (higher) education in remote settings will also be addressed. -
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Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 
Ísafjörður, Iceland

The Course in Fishing Technology will illustrate the present stage of technology used in the marine environment with emphasis on the potentials, limitations, environmental imp ... +

The Course in Fishing Technology will illustrate the present stage of technology used in the marine environment with emphasis on the potentials, limitations, environmental impacts, and future development of marine technology. -
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Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 

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Ísafjörður, Iceland

The course in Sociology of Rural and Remote Communities introduces sociological perspectives on rural and remote communities with an emphasis on the multifaceted tension betwe ... +

The course in Sociology of Rural and Remote Communities introduces sociological perspectives on rural and remote communities with an emphasis on the multifaceted tension between social structure and individual agency, solidarity and conflict, and local revitalization in an era of intensified globalization. -
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Full-time
2 weeks
English
Aug 2021
Campus
 
Ísafjörður, Iceland

The course in Sustainable Aquaculture focuses on the interplay between aquaculture and the environment with a focus on principles and concepts related to the ecology of aquacu ... +

The course in Sustainable Aquaculture focuses on the interplay between aquaculture and the environment with a focus on principles and concepts related to the ecology of aquaculture. Different aquaculture systems and production methods will be examined. The major theme will be the environmental aspects of aquaculture. This includes feed-stuff problems, alternative fish feed ingredients, and IMTA approaches (Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture). -
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Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 

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