This Degree is for you if you have....
Intellectual and personal restlessness, humanistic and social concern, reflective and critical spirit. Open-mindedness: interest in different societies and cultures. Concern for improving society, for being a driving force for change. Passion for communicating with other people: knowing how to listen, converse and work in a team.
The transcript academic results of the last two years prior to admission to the University account for 60% of the final assessment for admission.
The applicant will have to pass an admission test consisting of two parts: an aptitude test consisting of a written test of spatial reasoning and another of logical reasoning and a verbal comprehension test test .
International students are examined remotely with equivalent tests. The candidate accesses the admission tests through the "portal of the candidate" (miunav) under the supervision of a international delegate of the University of Navarra. Access to this portal is by means of a personal identification system of Username and password that is provided electronically to Username once the application for admission has been submitted to the Degree
The tests account for 40% of the final assessment for admission.
In addition, a personal interview may be held to resolve any doubts regarding the contents of Degree or the student's profile .
knowledge of the language English. Students whose training or language mother tongue has not been English, will have to accredit Level B2* in English at the time of formalising the enrollment in the subjects offered in English.
The equivalent levels of English of the Official Language Schools (3rd), Cambridge (First Certificate) and TOEFL 83 points in the exam (IBT-Internet Based Test) or 220 points in the exam (CBT-Computer Based Test) will be recognised. Students who so wish may also obtain certification of this level through the tests organised for this purpose by the University's institute of modern languages .
knowledge of the Spanish language . Students whose mother tongue training or language has not been Spanish, will have to accredit level B2'1'* of DELE (Diploma de Español como language Extranjera) or equivalent at the time of formalising the enrollment in the subjects taught at Spanish.
language Certification of the level of Spanish for international students whose mother tongue is not language or who have not received their pre-university education in Spanish may be through the DELE B2 (Instituto Cervantes) or the SAT's Subject Test in Spanish with Listening (score 540-670). Students who so wish may also obtain certification of this level through the tests organised for this purpose by the Institute of language and Spanish Culture (ILCE) of the University of Navarra.
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 has a Disability Care Unit (UADP)at your disposal.
¿Cómo es nuestro proceso de admisión?
Apply for admission in the Portal miUNAV.
Take the admission tests.
Once the test is finished, we will take the weighted average of your junior year grades (60%) and the UNAV admissions test (40%). The Admissions Committee will make their decision based on the previously mentioned average.
We will inform you via the miUNAV portal of the your admissions application status.
Once you have been admitted you can proceed to pay your enrollment. Find out about the UNAV payment methods.