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What we look for in our students text

The Degree in Environmental Sciences is aimed at students with a background preferably in Science or Health Sciences, with a basic knowledge in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

This Degree is for you if you have...

Interest in environmental issues and motivation to find solutions to the problems that surround us; fondness for outdoor activities and taste for nature; capacity for observation, criticism, teamwork, analysis and synthesis; creativity applied to science and entrepreneurial spirit.

Admission criteria...

Candidates will be required to have taken the high school diplomainternational or an external certification through Cambridge (advanced or proficiency), TOEFL (80 points), level B2 of the Language School, or high school diplomaInternational with an intermediate or higher level in languageEnglish at the beginning of the second year.

Admission to the studies of the Degree in Environmental Sciences involves passing a test subject test of academic questions of high school diplomaBiology, Chemistry and Mathematics (60 questions)






+ a test English level test.

If you are studying in a country outside the European Union, in addition to the above tests, we will also carry out an assessment of professional competences. For students with special needs, the University offers you the possibility to take a Unit for the Care of People with Disabilities (UADP).

Before entering university

Before studying Environmental Science you should know that

The goal of these subjects is that students can start a Degree in the bio-health, science or technical area having acquired the necessary basic knowledge in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.  

The subjects will be taught from January to May so that they can be taken by international students with a southern study calendar or by students who have progressed through the first semester in learning Spanish.  

Although basic contents are included, these subjects are not specifically designed to prepare for the entrance exams for the different degrees. It is advisable to consult the content of these subjects on their website.

Due to their introductory nature, these subjects cannot be validated if student decides to take Degree at the University of Navarra.

These subjects are part of the International Foundation Program.

Introductory Subjects (Not valid)

As Mathematics and Physics are the two first-year subjects of great importance to establish the instructions of future scientists, the School of Sciences offers its prospective students the syllabus that is considered necessary to have reviewed before starting the first year to face these two subjects successfully.

- Physics syllabus (.pdf)

- Mathematics syllabus (.pdf)

The School of Science recommends starting Degree with a laptop. 

Admission_How is our admission process?





Apply for admission to the Portal miUNAV.


Take the admission tests.


Once the test is finished, we will make a weighted average of your grade of 1st year of high school diploma (60%) and our test of Admissions Office (40%). The committee of Admissions Office of the School will solve your application.


We will inform you in the portal miUNAV of the status of your application for admission.


Once you have been admitted you can proceed to pay your enrollment. Find out about the UNAV payment methods.



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