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Courses in Architecture Studies in Iceland

Architecture allows you to design buildings, sheds and parks. A masters program in architecture will not only teach you how to plan structures but also the history of architecture and how buildings have changed over time.Iceland officially the Republic of Iceland, is a Nordic island country situated at the confluence of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.Course in Arch… Read more

Architecture allows you to design buildings, sheds and parks. A masters program in architecture will not only teach you how to plan structures but also the history of architecture and how buildings have changed over time.

Iceland officially the Republic of Iceland, is a Nordic island country situated at the confluence of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

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Ísafjörður, Iceland

The course in Community and the Built Environment examines the perception of landscape/sea in connection with the built environment and the role of planning. This is based on ... +

The course in Community and the Built Environment examines the perception of landscape/sea in connection with the built environment and the role of planning. This is based on the idea that the built environment, not less than nature, shapes people’s wellbeing, their sense of belonging, and their willingness to live in a region or town. -
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2 weeks
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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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2 weeks
English
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