Delegation of the European Union to Iceland

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Samkvæmt nýjum tölum frá framkvæmdastjórn ESB jókst útflutningur íslenskra sjávarafurða til ESB um 19% árið 2015. Raunar jókst útflutningur sjávarafurða frá Íslandi til ESB meira en frá nokkru öðru ríki.

There are a variety of opportunities within Iceland to study EU institutions, policies and issues. Icelanders can also have exposure to the workings of the EU, and study in Europe with programmes such as Erasmus+.

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The EU offers jobs to citizens in different ways, it also offers public contracts and provides funding in the form of grants to support projects and organisations.

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Since the creation of the so-called Schengen Zone travel between EU countries has become much easier.
Quality, diversity, and opportunity are among the many benefits of European higher education institutions.

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Find out more about what the European Union is, its history and its countries. Facts and figures about living in the EU.

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The EU’s relationship with the region; information on its history and the EU policies and programmes.

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The EU’s external policies, strategies, instruments and missions to support stability, promote human rights and democracy, seek to spread prosperity and support the enforcement of the rule of law and good governance.

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The EU is active in a wide range of topics, from human rights to transport and trade. A list of topics which summarise what the EU does in a specific area, useful links to relevant bodies, laws and documents.

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The Blue Book Traineeship scheme offers a paid internship of 5 months with the European Commission or some executive bodies of the European Institutions like the European External Action Service, starting on either 1st March or 1st October.

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