Top 7 universities in Iceland

  1. University of Akureyri logo
    Enrollment
    1,800
    Founded
    1987
  2. Agricultural University of Iceland logo
    Acceptance Rate
    85%
    Enrollment
    125
    Founded
    2005
  3. University of Iceland logo
    Acceptance Rate
    85%
    Enrollment
    12,992
    Founded
    1911
  4. Bifrost University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    750
    Founded
    1918
  5. Holar University College logo
    Enrollment
    375
    Founded
    2007
  6. Reykjavik University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    45%
    Enrollment
    3,800
    Founded
    1998
  7. Iceland Academy of the Arts logo
    Acceptance Rate
    24%
    Enrollment
    350
    Founded
    1998

The best cities to study in Iceland based on the number of universities and their ranks are Akureyri, Borgarnes, Reykjavik, and Sauarkrokur.

Average cost of living for students in Iceland is $852 + $151-1076 for rent (depends on where to live: dormitory, renting with a roommate or solo).