- #245 Ranking
- Private Institution Type
The University of Navarra was founded in 1952 by St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei. Since then, it has achieved many milestones in its history, which has been marked by the pursuit of excellence in teaching and research and a constant commitment to serve people and society as a whole.
The University of Navarra offers a wide range of official undergraduate degrees and master's degrees that fully satisfy the needs of students who wish to carry out their professional activity on the international arena.
The University of Navarra aspires to become an international reference Research University and to conduct interdisciplinary, international research with a high degree of social implication. The aim is for the improvement in research to have a positive effect on teaching quality.
The purpose of the University Orientation Service is to provide students in their last two years of high school with advice on choosing a university degree program. The team of advisors will assess students’ skills and areas of interest. This is done with the sole purpose of making sure prospective students are 100% sure about the choices they make.
University halls of residence are on-campus centers that provide students with housing and promote residents' cultural, professional and human education and direct their activities toward service to the university community and society.
They offer a university environment that is conducive to intense study, in an atmosphere of professionalism and fellowship, with individual attention to students and their specific needs.
The University of Navarra is distributed over four campuses, all with state-of-the-art facilities.
The Sports Service offers an extensive range of activities to encourage sports among the students, teachers and staff of the University of Navarra.