More than 1,500 students visited the University's campus in a new edition of the Open Doors workshop
It took place in person and online and included information sessions on the different Degrees, guided tours and talks with students.
15 | 11 | 2021
More than 1,500 students attended the Open Doors conference held at the University of Navarra, both in person and online. The goal of this meeting is for the prospective students and their families to get to know the academic programs and the services offered by the academic centre for the next academic year.
Under the slogan "Open to you", the face-to-face sessions took place throughout the morning. In total, 683 students, accompanied by family and friends, attended the different conference of training and guided tours organised by Schools, at campus in Pamplona and San Sebastian. There were also talks in which several students shared their experiences at the University, gave advice on how to choose a Degree and also some guidelines on how to organise their time and combine their studies with all the educational activities on offer at campus, such as sports, cultural activities or volunteer activities.
In the afternoon, the Admissions Office service organised online sessions for those who could not make it to campus: a total of 756 people from 43 countries logged on. 708 people followed the briefings at Spanish and 48 in English. Sessions on the different Degrees, talks with students, a virtual tour of campus and information on the different options at accommodation were offered.