The study lines of the Agricultural University of Iceland are based on international perspectives, and the lines can easily be compared to similar degree plans in larger universities in the field of agriculture, natural resources and management, landscape architecture and planning. The study requirements and outcomes are comparable to what is common in both domestic universities and abroad. Icelandic students have done well in graduate studies after completion of B.Sc. degrees at AUI.
- Five lines are available at a secondary education level: Floristry, Agriculture, Horticulture Production (Nursery Stock and production, Organic production, Proteted crops and Vegetable Production) Forestry & Environment and Landscape Construction and Amenity Horticulture.
- On the undergraduate levels there are five lines. Agricultural Sciences, Equine Science, Natural & Environmental Sciences, Forest Sciences and Landscape Architecture
Post Graduate Studies
- There are two programmes in Planning M.Sc and Environmental Changes at Higher Latitudes Nordic M.Sc as well as individually designed M.Sc. in Agricultural Sciences, Equine Science, Natural & Environmental Sciences, Forest Sciences and Restoration Ecology.
- The Faculty of Continuing Education offers a wide selection of courses. Website in icelandic
Hvanneyri - Main building (Map) | Keldnaholt, Reykjavik (Map) | Reykir by Hveragerði (Map)
Main offices are at Hvanneyri in Borgarbyggð, offices and research facilities are at Keldnaholt in Reykjavík and at Reykir in Hveragerði.
- Application - How to apply
- Academic Calendar
- ECTS course catalogue
- Exchange students
- About AUI
- International Office
While the principal language of instruction is Icelandic, most textbooks other than in the vocational programmes are in English. The university does not sponsor Icelandic language courses. See studies available to the left.