More than 1,000 people at the University's Open Doors workshop
An online session was also held and 600 students registered.
27 | 03 | 2023
The University reopened its doors to prospective students and their families this weekend. A total of 1,022 people, including 439 1st and 2nd year students and their families, got to know the University of Pamplona and the offer, study plans and high school diploma and their families, got to know the campus of Pamplona and the offer, study plans and employment opportunities of the different Schools and centers.
At the Central Building different stands were set up to learn about the University's extracurricular offerings. Students were also able to find out about scholarships and financing options.
"The feedback we have received from the families is very positive. We want to thank the centers, services and collaborating students who participated in the workshop the effort and dedication to make it a success," said Juan José Cabrera, director of the Service of Admissions Office.
End of deadline, April 24
For international students and for those families who could not come to campus, an online session was organized in the afternoon. More than 600 people registered and there were two great new features: one roundtable with students from the University and another with professors.
The students explained how they chose Degree and what their day-to-day life is like at campus, while the professors talked about the importance of mentoring, research applied to teaching and the University's educational project .
On the other hand, next April 24 ends the deadline of Admissions Office. The call is open to all Degrees. From that date onwards, apply for can only be accessed at Admissions Office in those Degrees with available places.