The University of Iceland (HI) is a dynamic international university with over 13,000 students and almost 1650 faculty and staff members across five schools. The university focuses on bridging the gaps between business and technology, reasoning and creativity, and the generation of knowledge and its application. This approach provides students with a unique foundation for combining strong academic work with practical experience and extensive connections with industry.
The geographical position of Iceland, located midway between Europe and North America, creates unique crossroads for international co-operation. This enables HI to conduct its teaching, research projects and program developments in close co-operation with outstanding universities on both sides of the Atlantic.
How to Get There
University of Iceland
1. AT KEFLAVÍK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
In addition to the usual car rental and taxi options, there are two main bus express services:
> Airport Express
These take about 45 mins to the city center.
Other shuttle services are also available.
Public bus is also a convenient option. Route #55 will take you directly to Reykjavík’s BSÍ (Central Bus Terminal), taking about 1 hour.
Everything you need to know about transportation from Keflavík International Airport is right here.
2. FROM THE CITY CENTER
There are frequent buses from most major hotels as well as from the city’s main bus terminal, BSÍ.
Planning your trip from anywhere to the University of Iceland is very easy: