Universidad de Navarra
Universidad de Navarra is located in Pamplona, Spain, a city famous for the Running of the Bulls in July as well as the launching point for many pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. It is also located in a part of Spain referred to as Basque country, where many locals speak their own dialogue, Catalan. The University of Navarra was established in 1952 and maintains an enrollment of roughly 11,000 students. This program can be an excellent choice for many CUA students due to its wide course selection and the opportunity to study/practice Spanish without needing to be fluent before arrival.
Academics & Curriculum
Courses at Universidad de Navarra are offered in ECT. American students will typically enroll in 30 ECT worth of courses to earn 15 Catholic University credits. Students need at least 6 ECT in any given subject to fulfill a required course at Catholic University. Courses can be English-taught or Spanish-taught, though students need seeking to take Spanish-taught courses will need to prove their language ability. English-taught courses are available in multiple fields including Science
, Economics & Business
, Law & International Relations
, and Humanities
Many schools have syllabi embedded in the links above but if this is not the case for a particular course, serious applicants nearly complete with their other requirements may contact Ana Beatriz Delgado
Accommodation & Meals
Participants in this program are housed off-campus in either residence halls, apartments, or homestays. Style, amenities, and furnishings will depend on the option chosen by the student. The International Office at Universidad de Navarra directs students to this website
, where estate agents chosen by the university act as intermediaries between the students and property owner.