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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Education System in Iceland

In recent years, Iceland enjoyed a standard of living that was among the highest in the world. Its prosperity initially rested on the fishing industry.Major language is Icelandic ,Population of Iceland is 304,000 in 2008. Capital is Reykjavik and area are 103,000 sq km. The educational system in Iceland is divided into four levels:

Pre-school education Governed by the the Pre-school Act, No. 78/ 1994.
Compulsory education Governed by the the Compulsory School Act, No. 66/1995. Upper secondary education (framhaldsskóli) Governed by the Upper Secondary School Act, No. 80/1996.
The Higher Education Institution Act no. 63/2006 ; National Qualification Framework for Iceland no. 80/2007;Ministry of Education, Science and Culture and the Higher Education Institution Act no. 63/2006 by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
Public universities that is under the Act on Public Higher Education Institutions Act no. 85/2008.
Reykjavik University, Bifröst University and Iceland Academy of the Arts are private institutions that receive state funding and operate under structural charters approved by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
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