University of Navarra


Being a Christian-inspired institute, the University of Navarra works as a non-profit organization. The University began its activities in 1952, promoted by St. Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei. This prelature of the Catholic Church aims to encourage the search for the fullness of Christian life in work, family and ordinary occupations. The University of Navarra has 7 campuses (Pamplona, San Sebastián, Madrid, Barcelona, New York, Munich and São Paulo) and a Clinic with two sites, in Pamplona and Madrid.

The University of Navarra offers 50 university-accredited degrees, 35 degree programs, 10 double degree programs, 35 master's programs, 24 doctoral programs and 2 bilingual programs. The main campus of the University at Pamplona has 13 schools, the Institute of Culture and Society, CIMA (Center for Applied Medical Research), CIFA (the Center for Research in Applied Pharmacology), and the University Hospital in Pamplona takes care of around 160,000 patients each year. The University has 3 IESE Business School campuses in Madrid, Barcelona and New York. The new projects of the University are the Center of Bioengineering, the Center of Nutrigenomics, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Center of Neglected Diseases.

Christian Values inspire this institute. The primary mission of Navarra University is to search for truth and transmit it. It aims to contribute to students' personal, cultural, and academic formation and foster clinical assistance and scientific research.


3,801 international students of 108 nationalities study at the University of Navarra. There are a total of almost 12,300 students.

Sports are considered a necessary element at the University of Navarra for integral education. The University has numerous schools and sports facilities, with a Running Club, a Mountain Club and a Cycling Club. Moreover, multiple competitions and activities are organized. Olympic Studies Centre at University has introduced Sports Talent Programme, and more than 100 students are part of this program.


The Housing Office of the University of Navarra provides information on several kinds of housing and advises them to help them to find perfect living spaces. On-campus university centres provide students with accommodation and promote residents' personal, cultural, and professional formation through their activities toward service to the society and university community. Supervised apartments and flats are near campus, linked with a university centre or College. 


Following are the global rankings of the University of Navarra.

  • By Q.S. World Ranking, University of Navarra ranks 253.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Navarra ranks 251-300.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank the University of Navarra at 399.


University of Navarra
Campus Universitario, 31009 Pamplona, Navarra, Spain

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