The University of Navarra is a Christian-inspired university, promoted by Saint Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei. Its mission is to seek and transmit the truth; to contribute to the academic, cultural and personal formation of its students; to promote scientific research and welfare activities; to offer adequate development opportunities to its professors and employees; and to carry out a wide range of cultural extension and social promotion activities, with a clear purpose of service.

The University of Navarra’s Strategy 2025 aims to contribute to the resolution of the challenges posed by society through its research, teaching and healthcare work, and in collaboration with other people and institutions. Sustainable development and care for people and the environment are the reference for the orientation of its projects. Thus, sustainability in its triple dimension -environmental, economic and social- becomes the transversal purpose of the entire Strategy 2025 of the University of Navarra and the projects it gives rise to will be aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals.


The University of Navarra carries out its teaching, research and welfare activities on a non-profit basis.

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In its 16 faculties and schools, the University of Navarra offers 37 bachelor’s degrees (11 bilingual) and 40 master’s degrees which are taken by 12,779 students, 27.4% of whom are international.

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  • Campus Pamplona
    Campus Universitario 31009 Pamplona España
  • Since 1952
  • Number of employees: 6,308. In Pamplona 4,312.
  • Headquarters: Pamplona, Madrid, Barcelona, New York, Sao Paulo and Munich.