During the past years, KPMG has been a leading provider of corporate governance services in Iceland. KPMG has assisted companies in improving their corporate governance in various ways; among others by issuing a Directors' Toolkit, carrying out gap analysis and reviews of companies' corporate governance and assisting with board’s evaluation.
The University of Iceland, founded 1911, offers nearly four hundred undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It is organized into five academic schools, and 25 faculties. The largest school is the School of Social Sciences. It consists of six faculties; Business Administration, Economics, Political Science, Law, Social and Human Sciences and Social Work.