Volunteering in Iceland

Children in Iceland are materially comfortable and well cared for according to a study conducted by UNICEF. They are able to study in one of the best educational systems and then have the...

Studying in Iceland

Iceland has seven universities, four of which are public and three private. The country also has other accredited institutions offering higher education. The academic year begins in September...

Working in Iceland

Iceland has a highly educated and skilled population, so expatriate workers will face competition. The way to increase chances of employment is to build skills before moving to Iceland and gain...

Iceland

 

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Iceland sits in the North Atlantic, six hundred miles west of Norway and close to two hundred miles east of...

Iceland

Citizens from Iceland can enjoy working holidays in the following countries:

Citizens of European Economic Area (EEA) countries can...