University of Iceland, School of Education

Public University | Students: 2000 | Required minimum age: 18 years
The School of Education at the University of Iceland is the leading institution in education studies and well-being in Iceland and has an important social role in regards to the education of teachers, social educators, leisure professionals, sports and health scientists as well as pedagogy and education studies. The School also offers a programme in international studies in education in English and a vocational diploma programme fur students with intellectual disabilities.

Vocational studies for people with disabilities, Diploma,

IPSE Programme | Students contingent: 16 | Required minimum age: 18 years

The purpose of the progamme is to give people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity for full participation. The aim is to prepare you for work, for example in schools, kindergartens, community centers and in the field of human rights, advocacy and service with disabled people. The programme is organized in accordance with the declared international policy of interest groups for people with intellectual disabilities, human rights conventions and the policy of the University of Iceland.

Short Facts

Next programme start: 23/08/2021

Deadline to apply to this programme: 05/06/2021

Duration of programme: 2 years

Summer programme

Tuition Fees per Year: 500-500

Types of Courses: fully inclusive

Reykjavik, Iceland

Vocational studies for people with disabilities, Diploma,