Technical College Reykjavik

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Technical College Reykjavik
Logo of Tækniskólinn.
Capital Region
Reykjavík, IS-101
School type Vocational, Private
Founded 2008
Age range 16 and upward

The Technical College Reykjavik (Icelandic: Tækniskólinn) is an upper secondary school in Reykjavík, Iceland, providing both vocational and specialized programmes. It was formed in 2008 through the merger of its two predecessors: Iðnskólinn í Reykjavík and Fjöltækniskólinn. It is subdivided into 13 trade-specific schools, which collectively make up one of the largest schools in the country. These schools are located at Skolavorduholt, 101 Reykjavik:

"" School of Building and Construction Trades
   School of Design and Handicraft
   School of Electrical Technology
   School of General Academic Studies
   School of Hairdressing, 
   School of Information Technology, 
   The Multicultural School,
   located at Skolavorduholt, 101 Reykjavik""
 ""School of Continuing Education, 
   School of Master Craftsmanship, 
   School of Engine Technology, 
   School of Marine Engineering,

   located at Hateigsvegur, 105 Reykjavík ""
 ""Icelandic Flight Academy,
   located at Bæjarflöt 1 - 3, 112 Reykjavík""
the school is owned by the following Icelandic business organizations
The Federation of Icelandic Fishing Vessel Owners,
The Federation of Icelandic Industries,
Samorka – Icelandic Energy & Utilities 
The Icelandic Shipowners' Association.

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Coordinates: 64°08′32″N 21°55′30″W / 64.14222°N 21.92500°W / 64.14222; -21.92500