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University and business worlds unite

Career Services of the University of Navarra promotes and reinforces the partnership between the university and the business world.

Organisations can increase their visibility posting job vacancies and meet their recruitment needs with talent from the University of Navarra. Our students are characterised by an academic and humanistic training that sets them apart.

The interaction of the business world with the university world is also promoted through different events and other forms of collaboration.

If you want to collaborate with us, please write to We are open to all subject proposals!



Career Services, Careers Office

Amigos Building. Floor 0. Career Services Head Office.

31009 Calle Universidad, 1, Pamplona, Spain

+31 948 425 689
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schedule from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (from 1 September to 14 June); and from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm (from 15 June to 31 August). (from 15 June to 31 August).


Meet the best talent with the PIE


Graduates internships in Spain

The PIE is a University of Navarra's own degree scroll managed by Career Services, Careers Office, which aims to facilitate the incorporation of young graduates from any Spanish university into the world of work.




Spain in employability. QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020


From the world in employability. GEURS 2021 Ranking (Emerging-Times Higher Education)


Spain's reputation among employers. QS World University Rankings 2021


Employment rate of our graduates: Degree and master's degree (93.18%). Ikerfel study


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companies_Core Curriculum

Education with differential value

Competencies such as effective communication, leadership, conflict resolution, teamwork, resilience, honesty and integrity are key to any organisation that aspires to provide society with greater progress, service and a job well done.

The Core Curriculum is a part of the Study program common to all Degrees of the University of Navarra. Its main goal is to reinforce intellectual training through study and reflection on the great questions of human existence. Through these subjects, students develop intellectual habits of criticism, reflection and argumentation and an awareness of their ethical responsibility. The students of the University of Navarra thus acquire an education with differential value, which is an impulse for them to lead an honest professional culture committed to society.

Competences developed on Core Curriculum:

  • Interdisciplinary approach to understanding reality.

  • Relation of the knowledge of discipline with its intellectual, historical and humanistic presuppositions.

  • Communication and dialogue skills.

  • Ability to analyse and synthesise complex information.

  • Capacity for critical reasoning and argumentation.

  • development of ethical commitment to one's own profession and to the values of a democratic society.

  • To freely develop their own convictions.

  • To foster a sense of solidarity and interest in social problems.