Aplicaciones anidadas


The University of Navarra's Strategy 2025 aims to contribute to the resolution of the challenges posed by society through its work researcher, professor and assistance, and in collaboration with other people and institutions. Sustainabledevelopment and care for people and the environment are the reference point 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 to which it gives rise will be aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals development .



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San Sebastian Campus

Sustainability at the School of Engineering
Campus of San Sebastian



IESE Campus in Madrid

Sustainability at IESE
Campus in Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, New York, New York, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo



Pupil cycling through the campus of Pamplona

Sustainability Club
University of Navarra Student Club




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04 | 10 | 2023

Ana Marta González, professor at Philosophy: "We are witnessing a crisis of work: for many people it is no longer the privileged place from which to articulate their development staff and social".


28 | 06 | 2023

ICS and Cima will coordinate research networks on conflict mediation and cancer with grants from the Ministry of Science and Innovation.


17 | 05 | 2023

The University, partner of a European project to promote technological literacy and inclusion.

ImagenGloria Armenteros


24 | 04 | 2023

The School of Architecture signature a protocol with Mitma to promote the action plans of the Spanish Urban diary



27 | 03 | 2023

The University and Nasuvinsa create a Chair on new models in subject of housing and urban planning.

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20 | 03 | 2023

Pamplona City Council and the University will collaborate to develop projects included in diary Urbana 2030

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28 | 02 | 2023

The Government of Navarra, the University and the European Commission present the main measures envisaged by the EU to promote the European Green Pact.

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