Reykjavik University (RU) aims at improving the quality of lives within society, both locally and internationally, through international relationships and co-operation in education. RU has been actively working on developing international partnerships to promote international education and training of our students and staff, to enhance knowledge transfer opportunities, and to expand our influence internationally. At the heart of our approach to education is the development of RU as a source and driver of innovation and creating a learning environment that is conducive to developing entrepreneurial skills. The School of Technology (including the Departments of Engineering and Computer Science) places a strong emphasis on active research and development with a special focus on e-health and health technology through interdisciplinary teamwork together with The School of Social Sciences (including the Departments of Sport Science and the Department of Psychology) and other national and international collaborators such as the Landspitali –The National University Hospital of Iceland. Faculty members are actively engaged in scientific work and the published output from faculty has increased rapidly in the last few years with RU ranked 1st for citations on the Times Higher Education ranking list (along with six other universities). RU is ranked among the 350 best universities world-wide and 52nd among all universities established less than 50 years ago.