Universidad de Navarra
higher education institution in Spain.
Universidad de Navarra - Description
The University of Navarra is a top ranked University offering 66 undergraduate degrees and 36 postgraduate degree programs. The University has four campuses, with the main campus located in Pamplona, the Faculty of Engineering located in San Sebastian, and IESE Business School located in Madrid, Barcelona and New York. The principal language of instruction is Spanish while the following degrees offer bilingual formats: Business Administration, Economics, Communication, Law, Multilingual Management Assistant and Engineering. The University of Navarra also offers an array of cultural activities and a large sports complex. The University strives to gives its students a complete formation that complements their academic growth.
Bachelor - Universidad de Navarra
The University of Navarra in numbers: In the past year the University had 11.647 students, 8.920 for undergraduate studies, 1.657 for postgraduate and 1.070 PhD’s. 14% of our undergraduate students are international students. University Teaching: One of the differential values of this university is the teaching quality, understood as the constant formation of our teachers in order to offer students the best education possible. For this reason 86, 6% of our Teachers are PhD’s and 13% of them are from outside Spain. Investigation on the University of Navarra: At the present time, we have 9 research facilities in the University of Navarra. University Clinic of Navarra, Center for Applied Medical research, applied Pharmacobiology, Modern and Contemporary History, Technical investigations of Guipúzcoa, Biomedical investigation and Development, Nutrition and Bioengineering, Institute of Topical Medicine, Institute for Culture and Society. International Accreditations and Rankings: The University of Navarra has been ranked as the top private university in Spain by “El Mundo” newspaper (2012 ranking). The New York Time has ranked the University of Navarra 31st in the world in terms of employability criteria in 2014