All applications are electronic (button on top of page visible when accepted). Applications are accepted from mid- March to the end of May each year.
In the fall semester at the beginning of September. The spring semester ends May 31st. Students attend the school 8:00-16:30 weekdays.
Yes, LÍN (the Icelandic Student Loan Fund) lends for this study programme according to their allocation rules.
All the classes are taught in Iceland but the course language is English.
Fully equipped facilities for academic and practical teaching are located at Árleynir in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík and the majority of the classes are taught there.
Part of the courses are taught at the Aviation Museum in Akureyri and at various maintenance firms. Please note that students are responsible for arranging their own transport and accommodation when attending classes in these other locations.
We offer preparatory courses in aviation English, maths and physics for students wishing to prepare for the programme. The courses are taught on site.
Union of Icelandic Aircraft Maintenance Technicians founded in 1947.
The purpose of the union is to protect the interests of Icelandic aircraft maintenance technicians, promote cooperation between members and improve their wages, rights and working conditions. The union advocates for the hiring of unemployed members as well as advancements in the field and insuring that Icelandic aircraft maintenance technicians are as knowledgeable as possible about their trade. Further information is here on the union’s website.
Rules and regulatory bodies:
Aircraft maintenance engineering – educational material:
Icelandic maintenance facilities: