13. March 2023

Course selection week

Course selection week

During course selection week students who wish to continue their studies next semester must confirmation their course selection in Inna and pay the 5.000 ISK confirmation fee. Students who do this do not need to reapply for next semester.

It is important for students in day school to choose the correct courses according to the organisation of their study programme. Both students and supervisory teachers need to confirm the course selection in Inna. 

Important notes on course selection: 

  • Follow rules regarding prerequisites.  
  • Choose the courses required to stay on track according to the study programme. 
  • Choose the correct number of credits for your primary selection: up to 26 lessons or 33 credits per semester. 
  • Exceptions can be made for graduation semesters or if it is necessary due to the organisation of the study programme. 
  • Choose no fewer than 15 credits per semester.
  • Make sure to have one to three courses as a secondary or backup selection. 

Please note that the selection week and confirmation fee do not apply to students in the following study programmes: Aircraft maintenance engineering, Web development, Master craftsmanship, Digital entertainment, Audio engineering and distance studies. 


Chaning study programmes

Students who wish to change their study programme need to fill out an application in Inna before the end of March 17th 

Confirmation fee

The confirmation fee is deducted from the tuition. It is important that students who wish to continue in the next semester confirm this by paying the 5.000 ISK confirmation fee. The confirmation fee is non-refundable. If the confirmation fee is not paid students will have to submit a formal reapplication to the school through Menntamálastofnun. 

The fee can be paid in any bank by giving the students “kennitala” and the information that the claim is in Landsbankinn, bank 111. If the student is under 18 the claim is made out to the person registered as next of kin in Inna.