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More than 9,300 undergraduate students start the academic year at the university

Approximately 2,500 new students have enrolled, 8.5% more than last year.

PhotoManuelCastells/Faculty of Economics students on the first day of classes.

01 | 09 | 2022

More than 9,300 undergraduate students began the academic year today at the University of Navarra's Pamplona and San Sebastian campuses. Of these, some 2,500 are first-year students.

Although the process is still open, so far 2,486 new university students have enrolled, which represents an increase of 194 students (8.5% more than last year). Of these, 703 are from Navarre, 28.2% of the total number of students; and 745 are international (30%), coming from countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and the United States, among others.

"We begin the academic year with great gratitude, with enthusiasm and with a sense of responsibility," said the Vice Rector for Faculty, Pablo Sánchez-Ostiz. "Gratitude to the families of the students who have placed their trust in us, almost 2,500 of them new first-year students; and a sense of responsibility to live up to expectations after these two and a half years of pandemic," he stressed. "With the commitment of everyone, the students, their families, the professors, and the entire University, we will return to where we have always strived to be," he concluded.

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Among the academic novelties of this academic year, the degree in Spanish Language and Literature, with the diplomas in Language Sciences and Creative Writing, stand out. In addition, two diplomas have been added to the degree in International Relations; one in 'Geopolitics & Diplomacy' and the other in 'Global Business & Economic Affairs'.

The new postgraduate offerings include the Master's Degree in Christianity and Contemporary Culture and the Master's Degree in Advanced Practice in Oncology, as well as six Full Career Programs (Bachelor+Master's Degree) of the School of Communication.

Other programs offered this year include the following diplomas: Psychology and Moral Life; Leadership Academy in Character Education; Global Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Screen Studies; Understanding Today's World: Historical and Social Keys; and Contemporary Thought and Transcendence. Finally, courses focused on "Renewable energy law" and "Character education".

In total, the University of Navarra is offering 51 undergraduate and double degrees, 42 master's degree programs and 19 doctoral programs this year, in which more than 13,000 students are expected to be enrolled. 

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