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Our mission statement


The Institute Core Curriculum (ICC) has the mission statement to promote the humanistic training that the University of Navarra offers to its students and professors, as proposed in its statement of core values. The specific task of the Institute is the dialogue between the Christian vision of the world and contemporary culture. Because of its interdisciplinary and inter-faculty character, it depends on Office of the Executive Council.

Since its foundation in 1952, the University has mission statement offered its students a comprehensive Education . From the beginning, the Schools of Theology and Philosophy and Letters offered a general humanistic Education to all students. The work of the ICC began in an organized way through the Institute of Anthropology and Ethics in 1998. Finally, it was in 2016 that the center was transformed into the Institute Core Curriculum (ICC).



The ICC - in partnership with the various Schools and schools - develops its activity in these three areas

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training general cross-cutting

training general cross-cutting curriculum offered to students from Degree and postgraduate programagreement with the "Principles of Core Curriculum".


 training general university of the academic staff

partnership in the continuous training of academic staff of the various Schools and schools through the "DOCENS Program for the academic staff on training" and through the organization of conference and courses.


 Reflection on the identity and mission of the University

Reflection on the identity and mission statement of the University.. Promotes interdisciplinary dialogue and encourages the study of the mission statement of the university institution and the implications of the Christian identity of universities.

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Henry Newman


"The liberal Education is a real benefit to those who receive it, as members of society in its varied duties. The training of the intellect is what best enables the individual to fulfill his duties to society."

S. John Henry Newman
patron saint Institute