Studies at the Reykjavík Academy of Digital Entertainment (RADE) include 3D technology, special effects in movies, computer game and cartoon animation. Initiative and independence are important qualities in students as the studies revolve around concept work and innovative thinking.
The studies at Reykjavik Academy of Web Development (RAWE) consist of a two-year study programme focusing on interface programming. Students learn how to design and programme websites, about programme interface, user experience and programming web applications.
The education is on the fourth level and is project-based.
The School of Master Craftsmanship is for students who have completed a journeyman’s examination in a certified trade. The school offers dynamic study programmes in business operation and management in order to qualify the master craftsmen to teach and train apprentices and to operate businesses according to Article 10 47/1978 of the Law on Industry.
Technical Academy courses are classified as additional studies at upper secondary level and can be evaluated at university level. Graduates from our programmes have excellent employment options.