Spain, Pamplona

University of Navarra


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The University of Navarra is based in Pamplona, Spain, and with four campuses throughout the country, it prides itself on academic integrity, international focus and the professional development of students.

The University is rated as first private University in Spain by the Complutense University Survey taking into account both private and public Universities in both teaching and research.Each semester, the student body is well complemented by a high percentage of
International students who come to Northern Spain to take advantage of a rewarding University experience within a beautiful campus setting and to participate in the global setting that makes the University of Navarra so unique. At the School of Business Administration of University of Navarra, one thousand students of diverse backgrounds are given instructions from professors from all over the world, and benefit from a large network of exchange and partner programs with leading international Firms, business and Institutions. At this link you can see promotional video.

The Country

Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. Spain is a democracy organized in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy. It is a developed country with the 13th largest economy in the world. Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bull-fights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has to offer much more than that. It is – and has been for thousands of years – one of the cultural centers of Europe. It has beautiful cities and towns, offering really old monuments as well as futuristic architecture. Its various regions are all different one to each
other, geographically, climatically and even in personality.

The City

Pamplona, the capital of Navarre counts with around 350.000 inhabitants and it has an extension of 500 km2. It is a city that blends modernity and tradition. A peaceful city with
emblematic places, marked by the Sanfermines and the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago; CalleEstafeta recreates the tension of the Encierro (Bull Run) and the Romanesque bridge of La Magdalena, at the foot of the city walls, is the first to welcome pilgrims to the city.Pamplona invites you to enjoy its parks and stroll through the streets of its Old Quarter; it tempts you with its gastronomy and its popular pinchos (tapas), washed down with a good wine from the ‘Navarra’ designation of origin.Like the city itself, the Pamplona basin is a tranquil place, with small villages located in a transition landscape between the Pyrenees and the plains of La Ribera.


Students enrolled at the School of Economics and Business Administration (University of
Navarra) can benefit from the University Accommodation Service. They are in charge of
managing the accommodation for their students. They offer a wide rage of different options such as halls of residence, university residences, university clubs or apartments for rent. Find more information on this link or contact the Housing Office:

Travel Opportunities

Navarreis worth a long stay. It is a tranquil place that offers the visitor an interesting cultural heritage and a wide variety of landscapes. It is a land of deeprooted traditions and unique fiestas that reflect the friendly, extroverted character of its people. It is a place to enjoy exquisite cuisine, one that makes the most of the products of the ancient Kingdom. Although Navarre is a quite small region we can see three totally different regions: North, Central and South:

  • The Pyrenees (north): where you can
    find amazing forests, high mountains and beautiful valleys.
  • The Central Zone: where you can find villages, castles and monasteries.
  • The Ribera (south), which is an open, flat area. The sunshine and fertile market gardens along the banks of the Ebro contrast with the semi-desert like Bardenas Reales, declared a Natural Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.