is an educational institution founded in 2007 with the goal to advance and develop education in Iceland. Annually between 600-700 students attend courses and study paths at one of Keilir's four different schools: Aviation Academy, Health Academy, Institute of Technology and Preliminary Studies Programme.

The preliminary studies, offered both distance and on site learning, is aimed specifically at students seeking to enter universities after dropping out of the formal secondary school system. Since 2008 the study path has graduated over 1400 individuals with over 85% of the subsequently enrolling in university education.

Keilir has for the last few years successfully implemented and incorporated flipped learning methodologies in the education of young adults in secondary education, with the majority of study lines and courses now offered with flipped learning. Furthermore, Keilir has invited teachers from all over Iceland to participate in conferences and workshops on flipped learning for the past few years as well as taking the initiative to create educational material for primary schools for free use in flipped learning initiatives.