Why study at Tecnun?
SUGGEST IT. BELIEVE IT
Tecnun today it is internationally known as the Technological Campus of the University of Navarra in San Sebastian. It is the fourth oldest School of Engineering in Spain. Since it opened its doors in 1961, it has maintained a balance between teaching, research and service to society.
Its growing prestige is the result of a close relationship with the industrial and business world, but always without neglecting its scientific research work, which guarantees the continuous training of its professors, in constant contact with the latest technological advances.
The working atmosphere is the result of the students' dedication to study. Tecnun offers students the necessary infrastructure to stimulate study: study rooms, computer rooms, opening hours outside school hours...
The teachers at Tecnun are at the students' disposal. It is easy to meet with them to clarify doubts or ask for advice. Nearly 100% of the teachers work at Tecnun or share dedication with CEIT.
It's not all about studying. Students must experience the university. Tecnun offers students the possibility of participating in the theatre group, choir, literary group, Basque culture group, volunteering, etc... through different cultural and volunteer groups.
Combining technical and human training is one of the objectives of Tecnun. Comprehensive training includes personalised monitoring, mentoring during entry into the world of work and an ethical vision of their future professional performance.
Advice and guidance for students in order to achieve the best academic and human training. Each student has an advisor.
Students will live in an institution with a high level of organisation and in well-kept, clean and tidy facilities.
Progressive introduction of bilingualism (Spanish-English), increasing the number of credits in English throughout the degree course.
Students have the possibility to collaborate as student interns, assisting teachers or different departments.
Relationship with IESE
Tecnun has a close relationship with one of the world's leading business schools. Students receive sessions on innovation, entrepreneurship, etc.
CEIT researchers teach at Tecnun, students from Tecnun carry out internships, projects and join the staff once they have finished their studies. In the bio area, the relationship with CIMA is technologically and professionally intense.
Students have the opportunity to go abroad. Depending on their record and preferences, they can choose from more than 250 places in EUROPE, USA, CANADA, SOUTH AMERICA, ASIA and OCEANIA.
TecnunIn relation to each degree, it has state-of-the-art teaching laboratories, particularly in the areas of telecommunications, bioengineering, industrial electronics, electricity, design, mechanics and materials.
What sets us apart?
The emphasis on teaching what is fundamental, on what creates the ability to learn, not to use, which allows students to always adapt, is a hallmark of identity that is not erased from its principles by the different curricula, degrees, bachelor's and master's degrees to which the School has to adapt.